Scott Pruitt Landlord Says Keg Party At DC Rental Apartment Was Typical High Energy Usage EPA Power Hour
Washington, DC -- The landlord of Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt’s downtown Washington apartment says the chief tooter and polluter regularly threw wild Oklahoma-style keg parties during his rather tumultuous and frankly unwanted stay.
“Oklahoma-style” of course refers to Pruitt’s favorite Broadway musical written by his childhood idols Rodgers and Hammerstein. He and several EPA aides would act out scenes from the musical and perform lavish numbers while doing keg stands nightly.
“In my opinion, it was all a big mistake to rent to this guy,” landlord Rhine Osbeck told The Flake News in an exclusive interview. “My wife and I, who by the way live right below the unit he was renting, were kept up all night and forced to listen as they practiced their dance routines and began shotgunning beers.”
Osbeck had enough by the second act. “Ok everyone knows Act II is a mess. At least in their version. Spitting on the legacy of these two great composers.”
The Osbecks have not been out to the theater in several months following their troubling and traumatizing experience. They plan to never again rent to Oklahoma conservatives.