George Soros-funded Media Matters credits JunkScience.com’s Steve Milloy and Fox News’ John Stossel with telling the number one “lie” about EPA this year.
Fox’s John Stossel To the EPA: “Stop Already.” On Your World With Neil Cavuto, Fox’s John Stossel said, “Thank goodness for the EPA. The air and water are cleaner than they used to be … But they passed those rules. They made the air and water cleaner.” Stossel went on to say “It’s ridiculous, its diminishing returns. They’ve done a wonderful job. Stop already. Stick a fork in it, it’s done. You could close the EPA’s rulemaking apparatus — this stuff — for ten years, we wouldn’t notice.” [Fox News, Your World With Neil Cavuto, 9/2/11]
Fox Guest Steve Milloy: “We Do Not Need More Environmental Regulations.” Appearing on Fox Business to discuss EPA regulations, Steve Milloy said, “we have made tremendous environmental progress since 1970, but guess what? It’s no longer 1970, it’s 2011. Our environment is clean and safe. We do not need more environmental regulations.” Milloy called clean air protections “a luxury” that America can “no longer” afford. [Fox Business, Lou Dobbs Tonight, 9/3/11]
We’re not sure what the “lie” was, but we appreciate top billing nonetheless.