5 Members of Internal EPA Committee Think Fracking Study Correct

For some time we’ve warned you that radical environmentalist pressure has been so intense against last year’s EPA study that found fracking doesn’t contaminate water supplies, that the EPA was going to try and find a way to change the science they themselves researched (see EPA Science Advisory Board Engaging in Fraud re Fracking Study). The EPA is looking to change the outcome, bowing to pressure. The way they’re attempting a “do-over” is through an internal Science Advisory Board (SAB), set up to review the EPA study and its conclusions. It does look like the fix is in–that the SAB will demand the finding of “no widespread, systemic impacts” on water from fracking activity be changed. There are 31 members of the SAB review panel. Five of the 31 are opposed to changing the language that says “no widespread, systemic impacts”–that is, they think the original report and its findings is correct. The other 26 are sellouts and want to change the study’s findings…

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