Sen. Inhofe stands by global warming hoax claim in EPA hearing

February 10, 2011 07:15

As more lawmakers realize man caused global warming is a hoax, Senators James Inhofe and Fred Upton held hearings on the legality and need for EPA greenhouse gas regulations that will kill jobs and ruin the fragile economy.

By Michael Whipple, Editor

Sen. Inhofe stood by his claim that its all a hoax and hinted that he has written a book about it called ‘The Hoax’.

TulsaWorld reports:

“I won’t tell you what it’s about, but the name of the book is ‘The Hoax,’?” he said during testimony before a House subcommittee.

“I did finish it last week.’’

‘Inhofe was the lead-off witness at a somewhat contentious and lengthy hearing on a proposal that he and Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., chairman of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, are pushing essentially to kill the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to regulate greenhouse gases.’

Inhofe has long maintained that the EPA onerous regulations on ‘greenhouse gases’ will destroy jobs and have have little or no positive impact on the environment. He recently wrote an article titled ‘Obama’s EPA a Growing Menace to Economy’ in which he said:

‘So what’s the net effect of these regulations on global warming?  EPA estimates that global mean temperature would be reduced by 0.006 to 0.0015 °C by 2100.”  That’s an amount so small it can’t be measured by a ground-based thermometer.

Of course reducing global warming is not the point.  As my report shows, EPA’s proposals have negligible environmental benefits.  Instead they are the vanguard of Obama anti-industrial policy agenda, which is pushing America’s manufacturing base overseas.’

He also has done a report titled “EPA’s Anti-Industrial Policy: Threatening Jobs and America’s Manufacturing Base,” which he describes as exposing that ‘EPA’s regulations are unrivaled in the harm they pose to America’s economy’.

Recently Inhofe discussed the EPA plans on a radio interview:

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