12 Days, 3 Networks and No Mention of ClimateGate Scandal. Even as Copenhagen looms, broadcast news ignores e-mails suggesting warming alarmists 'manipulated' data, conspired to destroy information and thwarted peer reviews. It’s been nearly two weeks since a scandal shook many people’s faith in the scientists behind global warming alarmism. The scandal forced the University of East Anglia (UK) to divulge that it threw away raw temperature data and prompted the temporary resignation of Phil Jones of the university’s Climate Research Unit. Despite that resignation and calls by a U.S. senator to investigate the matter, ABC, CBS and NBC morning and evening news programming has remained silent.The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN and Associated Press have deemed ClimateGate worthy of reporting, but the networks were too busy reporting on celebrity car accidents and the killer whale.
Answer by pvtjokerus at 7:23 AM on Dec. 3, 2009
Yea, it's absurd. They are willing to fool Americans in spending hundreds of trillions of tax payer dollars on climate change when there is a growing case of falsified data. At least Gore and his cronies (one of which is NBC exec, Emmelt) will continue to get rich off of Americans.. All for a theory that they had to lie and manipulate data to make their case.
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