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Flint, Michigan Says “Pay for Poison Water or We’ll Take Your House!!”

Sassy Liberty AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS – 

After years of being forced to pay the salaries of the gluttonous city fat cats of Flint, Michigan via their tax dollars and being poisoned via their water supply for their trouble, many residents got fed up.  

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In April 2014, the city’s water was switched to the Flint River, but corrosion controls were not put in place, leading to lead peeling off into the supply.  Residents complained about smelly, murky water emerging from their taps. Dangerously high levels of the toxic metal were detected in the blood of some, including children. Two state regulators and a Flint employee have been charged criminally. 

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Furious homeowners have protested by the only means available to them and refused to pay their water utility bill.  All while they have been forced to endure these disgusting government bureaucrats for more than two years while they sit on their keisters and do what government officials seem to do best – NOTHING! 

So what has the response been from the City of Flint? Has it been to address the heavily polluted water supply with due haste? Why NO!  Instead, they are telling some 8,000 Flint residents that they will either make good on their water bills or risk losing their home.

Al Mooney, a representative with the city’s Treasury Department, told Local NBC affiliate, snidely stated, “We have to have revenue coming in, so we can’t give people revenue, I mean excuse me, give people water at the tap and not get revenue coming in to pay those bills.”

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In other words, Al Mooney and the other government bureaucrats in Flint don’t care if your children die of lead poisoning or if you do or if water is safe to drink or even do your laundry or do something as fundamental as taking a shower as long as they get their blood money!

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The state of Michigan stopped subsidizing Flint’s water in March.  This was after the state Department of Environmental Quality claimed to have found that Flint’s lead levels tested withing federal limits.  Those subsidy dollars paid $40 million towards 2/3 of residents’ water bills. 

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The residents have been sent water shutoff notices and threats that the city could leave them homeless if they cannot make payments on looming deadlines from the city. The city is justifying their atrocious actions saying that a tax lien is necessary because it is not bringing in enough money from its water utility. Yet this SAME government serves one of the nation’s poorest cities and received NATIONAL scrutiny for having dangerously high levels of lead in their drinking water and they are STILL pumping into homes throughout Flint.

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Some have simply chosen to walk away from their homes and others have no idea what they are going to do.  Yet others are still trying to fight. 

The state of Michigan stopped subsidizing Flint’s water in March.  This was after the state Department of Environmental Quality claimed to have found that Flint’s lead levels tested withing federal limits.  Those subsidy dollars paid $40 million towards 2/3 of residents’ water bills. 

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