Sessions Dismantles EPA Chief For ‘Stunning’ Ignorance

By Cheryl Chumley, WorldNetDaily

McCarthy unable to cite evidence of climate change

Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., went head-to-head with Environmental Protection Agency’s Gina McCarthy during a recent congressional hearing on climate change, ultimately telling the federal bureaucrat: It’s unbelievable you can’t guarantee if models have been accurate.

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearing started tamely enough, with Sessions questioning the EPA’s request for a budget increase of 6 percent.

“I mean, where does the money come from?” he asked, a YouTube video of the exchange showed.

Sessions then raised the point that plenty of his constituents complain about the EPA’s “extraordinary overreach” and that he’d like McCarthy to address statistics on droughts, hurricanes and other weather events cited as evidence of climate change.

“I’m not inclined to increase your funding,” he said. “So now you say we’ve got a crisis and a danger out there. … [Yet a scientist found] we’ve had fewer droughts in recent years. Do you dispute that?”

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2 Responses to Sessions Dismantles EPA Chief For ‘Stunning’ Ignorance

  1. GL March 7, 2015 at 8:40 am #

    She WILL NOT be pinned down to facts will she???
    What a joke.
    This is what happens when extremists get appointed.

    Thanks for the laugh.
    I’ve known these clowns were full of hot air for years, *finally* they’re being exposed.

    Keep it up ElmerB, keep it up.

  2. georgekaplan March 8, 2015 at 3:49 pm #

    Gina McCarthy and the EPA is like a cancer. CLiMATE CHANGES!! Nobody doubts that! What Gina actually avoided saying is that she and her agency are undergoing attempts to establish themselves as omnipotent as controllers of climate and that’s is why need a 6% budget increase. Does anyone else out there perceive this as lunacy?? I think her biggest mistake, though, was saying that the president “designed a budget”…..uh-oh.

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