Why Should We Believe Anything Obama’s Agencies Say?
02/29/2012 7 Comments
The EPA has been lying to us over global warming according to Dr. Alan Carlin, now retired, a career environmental economist at EPA. Attorney General Holder has been lying about Fast and Furious, Hansen at GISS has been adjusting the historic raw data to prove his AGW theory, and now we learn the government lying is a little closer to home.
The Record-Searchlight has the story of a fired federal advisor who is reporting that the Department of Interior manipulated data supporting removal of the Klamath River dams.
A federal agency’s former scientific integrity adviser has filed a whistle-blower complaint saying he was fired from his job after he began questioning top officials about “spinning” evidence to tout the removal of Klamath River dams.
“The bottom line is they need to be honest about the science and the decision making,” Paul R. Houser, an associate hydrology professor at George Mason University, told the Record Searchlight on Tuesday, in his first remarks to the media about his whistle-blower complaint.
He says there have been a number of scientific studies that showed dam removal comes with some risks or wouldn’t be nearly as beneficial to threatened coho salmon habitat as Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s staff made it seem.
Salazar, appointed to the post by President Barack Obama in 2009, has made clear the issue is a high personal priority for him.
One more of Obama’s Agencies caught with there hand in the cooky jar. When will these people learn that the truth will always win the day.