Video: Inhofe to dig into EPA head over suppressed report

Senator James Inhofe plans a robust round of questioning when the head of the EPA appears before the Senate. Inhofe has picked up the cause of Alan Carlin, a 30-year employee of the federal agency, whose report questioning the science behind the global-warming theory was ignored by the Obama administration and the EPA. Carlin said that agency told him to stop questioning policy, and Inhofe wants to know why:

Anthony Watts has more inconvenient questions, noting that June 2009 temperatures were lower than any June in the last 50 years. Bruce McQuain connects the dots on the data.

Jazz Shaw Jun 22, 2021 6:01 PM ET