Nancy Grace got into an argument with a weatherman about the potential effects of radiation from Japan on the United States.
Grace's spat with meteorologist Bernie Rayno occurred on her Monday show. Essentially, she thought that the radiation stemming from the Japanese nuclear crisis could be dangerous to Americans. (Trace amounts of radiation have been located in California.) Rayno disagreed.
"In the United States, I don't think there's going to be a big impact at all," he said.
"Bernie. Bernie," Grace cut in right away. "Oh boy, here we go," he said.
"Yes, here we go," she shot back. "That's what you said the last time, and there's a state of emergency declared in California!"
Rayno said that was due to tsunami fears, not radiation fears. Grace wasn't buying it, but Rayno didn't back down.
"No matter how you slice this, this is not headed toward the United States," he said. "...It doesn't just magically appear. It's got to get here. And the large amounts aren't."
"I'm just a trial lawyer, but I know that radiation comes across the ocean," Grace replied sarcastically.
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