As global-warming theories continue to implode in the face of growing evidence that Earth might even be entering a cooling phase, the Obama administration appears to be doubling down on the alarmism. Vowing to “act on climate change” without Congress if necessary, the administration is also launching a full-blown witch hunt aimed at crushing so-called “climate deniers” — scientists and other skeptics, including lawmakers, who question largely debunked United Nations claims about humanity’s alleged impact on global warming.
From seeking to purge government employees who question the supposed “science” to viciously targeting lawmakers who express skepticism about UN climate dogma with extreme labels like “dangerous” and “radical,” the attacks are becoming increasingly fanatical and desperate. Obama’s political organizing machine, now known as “Organizing for Action,” meanwhile, is trying in vain to rally its foot soldiers to the cause.
In a childish video about Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), for example, OFA branded the conservative-leaning senator a “dangerous” “radical” “climate denier” for standing with thousands of respected scientists in expressing doubts about the “science” behind global-warming hysteria. All across the country, coalitions of extremist pseudo-environmentalist groups have been handing out “climate denier awards” to lawmakers who refuse to bow down to the establishment’s pressure on global warming.
Within the executive branch, meanwhile, top administration officials are loudly denouncing the climate heretics while working to rout them out. Various media outlets, for instance, highlighted an August 1 agency-wide address to employees by Interior Secretary Sally Jewell that analysts said was aimed at silencing any debate on global-warming theories within the department. “I hope there are no climate-change deniers in the Department of Interior,” she said, drawing furious criticism from real scientists and experts who pointed out that to stifle debate on a theory is the very essence of unscientific.
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