Skip to comments.The Climategate and Jerry Sandusky Scandals: A Common Thread (Penn State)
Posted on 07/31/2012 3:43:07 PM PDT by opentalk
America, it's time to meet your newest top-secret government employee: a professional cover-up artist with a radical agenda.
Graham Spanier is the former Penn State University president who was fired during the Jerry Sandusky investigation for failing to properly investigate Sandusky when the pedophilia allegations first surfaced.
Spanier's "investigation" of Jerry Sandusky was so thoroughly inept that it got him fired. When it was completed, Spanier stated that he had "complete confidence in how they have handled the allegations against Sandusky," and he was fired very shortly thereafter. The recent Freeh report indicates that the investigation was conducted for the purpose of finding nothing. In other words, it was a cover-up.
It wasn't the only time Spanier rigged an inept investigation for the purpose of finding nothing. In 2010, his investigators found that Penn State climatologist Michael Mann had done nothing wrong when he invented his "hockey stick trick," to "hide the decline" and lend false credibility to climate change theory.
The difference between the Mann investigation and the Sandusky investigation is that one covered up a sex offender and the other covered up a fraud.change theory.
...America, meet your newest secret consultant. Graham Spanier, the professional cover-up artist with a history of promoting and covering evil deeds, has now been hired by your federal government for a top-secret consulting job that is so secret that we aren't even allowed to know what it is. Sounds like a good fit.
This man's primary skill is covering up dark things that make people look bad. They need him for something. They hired him as soon as he was available.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
This security thing is only a part-time gig....A WELL PAID part time gig, given as a reward from his leftist friends. Truly, other than being Muzzie friendly, what could he possibly function as in a security position?
Spanier should be in jail, and Mann should be in jail, too.
The common thread to both of these Penn State cover-ups is (wait for it)... the MONEY.