Cummins $2 Billion Emissions Fine

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Gestapo EPA clowns with their jack boots on our throats.

The headline should have been "Corrupt government beuracrats looking to bankrupt a great American company."

$2 billion would kill most companies. Consumers will no doubt pay the price.

Cummins is arguably one of the most important companies in the world supplying motors to every critical industry we rely on. Commies couldn't care less if they killed them and sold the leftovers to ChiNa.

 
Gestapo EPA clowns with their jack boots on our throats.

The headline should have been "Corrupt government beuracrats looking to bankrupt a great American company."

$2 billion would kill most companies. Consumers will no doubt pay the price.

Cummins is arguably one of the most important companies in the world supplying motors to every critical industry we rely on. Commies couldn't care less if they killed them and sold the leftovers to ChiNa.

Agreed, total bull$hit. Libs rob from companies to fund their useless $1T spending bills then siphon a portion into their own pockets by awarding contracts to corrupt counterparts. #followthemoney
 
Intentional or accidental blunder, this is crazy. But why only on RAM trucks?
Not sure, but theses designs and ends products are subject to review by EPA. If there were concerns it should have been caught years ago. Different administration, so new beuracratic clowns looking for old problems.
 
Gestapo EPA clowns with their jack boots on our throats.

The headline should have been "Corrupt government beuracrats looking to bankrupt a great American company."

$2 billion would kill most companies. Consumers will no doubt pay the price.

Cummins is arguably one of the most important companies in the world supplying motors to every critical industry we rely on. Commies couldn't care less if they killed them and sold the leftovers to ChiNa.

same thing happened with Volkswagen years ago.
 
Yeah but VW is a below average company that doesn't matter and purposely FAFOd. Only people that would miss it would be low level Germans and Europeans.

Cummins actually matters.......drive out to your local construction site and tell me the ratios of Cummins vs VWs running equipment.
 
Hopefully that won't happen. The article quotes leadership saying it will not impact them because they have strong balance sheet and are financially sound. I think if the economy doesn't derail, construction spending remains strong.
 

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