CLIMATEGATE - EPA Misled Public on 9/11 Pollution

In the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center, the White House instructed the Environmental Protection Agency to give the public misleading information, telling New Yorkers it was safe to breathe when reliable information on air quality was not available.

That finding is included in a report released Friday by the Office of the Inspector General of the EPA. It noted that some of the agency's news releases in the weeks after the attack were softened before being released to the public: Reassuring information was added, while cautionary information was deleted.

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This is, needless to say, the same EPA now trying to convince you that the CO2 in your cola drinks, beer, that you breath out and plants breath in, is now a deadly pollutant requiring taxation to control.

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