House Republicans try again for EPA ‘Richard Windsor’ email records

“The common thread running through EPA’s behavior to date regarding the false-identity account we discovered is that the Agency has no intention of coming clean, at least without a fight,” Chris Horner, senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute who discovered Jackson’s use of an alias account, said in an email.

“Instead, its behavior indicates an intention to try and tap-dance as deep into the calendar on this matter as they can in the hope that interest and possible repercussions — including from the details of discussions, which were such that a false identity was used to engage in them — will fade by the time the truth comes out.”