Government Green Energy Leech Calls for Death of Critics
Be careful when relaying information relating to the massive sums of money our rulers are flushing down green energy boondoggles — unless you want sociopathic moonbats like Kerrilee Ann Crosby calling for your death:
A woman angered by a Watchdog investigation into the government lab where she works retaliated by threatening mass murder against this news organization in several Twitter posts.
“Have you ever felt like going on a murderous rampage? Start at @WatchdogCO ‘s offices. They perpetuate lies like this,” Kerrilee Ann Crosby tweeted last month while working at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).
Crosby even went so far as to accuse Watchdog of being the “Fox News of blogs” — the ultimate insult from a leftist pod person. Here’s how they reached her boiling point:
Crosby, 34, was responding to a Watchdog story detailing massive spending at the secret government lab, a Jimmy Carter initiative to push green energy. NREL and the two companies that manage its activities have received more than $1 billion from taxpayers since 2010 alone. Top executives at the lab earn well into six figures. NREL’s top manager, Dan Arvizu, makes close to $1 million per year. His two top lieutenants rake in more than $500,000 each and nine others make more than $350,000 a year.
Watchdog responded to her bloodthirsty bile by wondering why someone from the Columbine/Aurora area would advocate mass murder. Her curt response:
“Because you deserve to die.”
Big Unions aren’t the only ones who will shriek like scalded cats at the mere suggestion that their ride on the gravy train that is bankrupting the country won’t last forever.
NREL is funded with money stolen from you, via the corrupt farce calling itself the Department of Energy.
On a tip from AC. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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