Carrie Prejean is arguing against the so called Lynne studies, done in 1977, that claim Chinese have an I.Q. of 105 after she suffered serious health problems when it was discovered she had Chinese drywall installed in her home.
Her house has a rotten-egg-like smell, metal is turning black, and appliances are failing. She has been suffering from respiratory system irritation, dizziness, headaches, fatigue, irritated eyes, coronary heart disease, coma, convulsions, and liver damage.
"This is a disaster of biblical proportions," said Thomas Martin, president of America's Watchdog, a citizen-based consumer advocacy group. Used in construction, the tainted drywall emits a sulfur gas that mixes with moisture in the air to produce sulfuric acid-a highly corrosive acid found in acid rain.
Carrie Prejean said from her hospital bed that she was going to become an advocate against false claims that Asians have a higher I.Q. than the rest of the world.