The Governor has had his wages garnished:
What climate change? Last week, Justice rejected “environmental whatever.” From HD Media reporter, Mike Tony:
Gov. Jim Justice on Wednesday vowed to reject “environmental whatever” that he contended could shut down coal-fired power plants in West Virginia at a coal industry-backed bill-signing ceremony.
The next day, Justice declared a State of Preparedness for all 55 counties in West Virginia, citing National Weather Service predictions of heavy precipitation and possible flooding — a threat to which the state is especially prone that will only worsen as climate change deepens.
But Justice, a coal magnate, has questioned the reality of climate change despite clear scientific evidence proving the phenomenon threatening 21st-century livability on the planet is human-driven and real.
Justice has also taken another step toward running for U.S. Senate with "Jim Justice for Senate":
(DNS stands for “Domain Name Server.”)
Justice celebrated that West Virginia has apparently named a water falls after his dog:
Finally, Justice’s likely decision to run for the state’s U.S. Senate seat may finally move WV’s Attorney General, Patrick Morrisey, into action:
Ready? After six months of promises, I can hardly wait!