Skip to comments.FDA to restart high-risk food inspections despite shutdown
Posted on 01/14/2019 4:23:46 PM PST by 11th_VA
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is going to restart high-risk food inspections this week despite the partial government shutdown, which has forced the FDA to suspend most routine domestic food facility inspections.
"We re-starting high risk food inspections as early as tomorrow," FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tweeted on Monday, noting that the inspections will be performed by employees who have agreed to come back to work unpaid.
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But govt employees arent being paid - hes hoping they pressure Pelosi-Schumer .
This was not big deal. One of their own said that they do a total of about 800 inspections a year. Are we all going to die because of the shutdown?
The Democrats, driven by nothing but hate at losing, are jeopardizing lives not only at the border ( thousands of murders and rapes) but they are risking lives at the air ports and and now food inspections . They already voted for the Wall three times!! WHAT ARE THEY DOING? This is now on them real bad!!
The bottom line is that we are going to find that most of these furloughed people aren’t really necessary. And, the agencies they work in aren’t necessary, either.
Well Trump promised to cut fat as well - a two for
The bottom line is that we are going to find that most of these furloughed people arent really necessary. And, the agencies they work in arent necessary, either.
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Used to ‘joke’ that during a ‘natural emergency’ or Govt slow down with orders for non-essential personnel to stay home, you had people getting off their ‘death bed’ and terminal leave to come to work rather than be OFFICIALLY designated non-essential.
Employees are not stupid. They know that if they voluntarily report to work, (with the guarantee that they eventually get paid), they will be the last to be RIF’d when it finally happens and are going to be more likely to get advanced by management when an opening occurs.
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