Climate Gate Scandal Dismissed by EPA Chief
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson dismissed GOP calls to delay a critical finding on greenhouse emissions in light of hacked e-mails from climate scientists. . . .
“There is nothing in the hacked e-mails that undermines the science upon which this decision is based,” Jackson said in announcing the finding this afternoon. She said the controversial messages dealt only with a tiny fraction of the strong evidence of global warming.
Robert Gibbs, President Obama's press secretary, talking today about Climategate: "I think everybody is clear on the science. I think scientists are clear on the science ... I think that this notion that there's some debate, minus Lester, on the science is kind of silly."
Juan Williams on Fox News: "No evidence that they have tricked up the numbers."