Congressman Gowdy Exposes National Park Service Director for Liberal Bias

Congressman Trey Gowdy of South Carolina (R) pointed out to National Park Service Director Johnathan Jarvis that the Park Service failed to issue a single citation when Occupiers camped out at D.C.’s McPherson Square for 100 days — 100 days in “non-compliance” with federal regulations, yet erected barricades to keep veterans from visiting war memorials on the first day of the partial shutdown of the activities of the federal government.

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Mediaite reported that Gowdy contrasted the parks service’s decision to allow in 2011 the Occupy Wall Street movement a one-hundred-day-long encampment in D.C.’s McPherson Square with the turning away of visitors to the National Mall this October, Gowdy scolded Jarvis for favoring the “pot-smoking” Occupiers over the “war veterans” who “helped build” the monuments.

(H/T: Jason Howerton/ The Blaze and Mediaite)

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