Climate Fraudsters At The EPA Becoming Desperate

With their multi-billion dollar climate scam set to be shut down in seven weeks, climate fraudsters at the EPA are becoming desperate.



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26 Responses to Climate Fraudsters At The EPA Becoming Desperate

  1. wert says:

    Couldn’t read the story. What’t your opinion on K. Strassel?

    It seems EPA needs desperately dowscaling.Those pillars in the picture are pillars of central government’s power.

  2. RAH says:

    Nope the story is behind a paywall requiring a subscription. There was a time I subscribed to the Wall Street Journal but that was long ago. They bend with the political wind and have no principles IMO.

  3. Edmonton Al says:

    The leftie morons cannot seem to get it.
    Trump is not against the environment.
    He is against fraud.

  4. CheshireRed says:

    This is what desperation and panic looks like. It’s a good sign.

    • Rud Istvan says:

      Yes it is. And Trump is just getting started. Nikki Hailey as UN Ambassador is brilliant. A strong signal the UN is basically irrelevant. Then under the 1990 Palestine recognition law (with UNESCO precedent) on Jan 21 UNFCCC loses all US funding, and also receives the 1 year notice of US withdrawal. That will set the cat among the climate pigeons.

  5. BBould says:

    FYI – If any of you are using Chrome you can oftentimes get around paywalls by going incognito.

  6. AndyG55 says:

    Its an old one from Josh, but still highly relevant.

  7. gregole says:

    I used Taphonomic’s trick and got to read the entire article. I like this little snippet:

    “All the more reason why Mr Trump needs to appoint bold and unconventional advisors, who will reset baseline thinking and won’t back down under unrelenting pressure. The president-elect’s promise to “cancel job killing restrictions on the production of American energy” will require sweeping action: Ending involvement in the Paris accord. Squashing the clean power plan. Zeroing out clean-energy subsidies. Reopening federal drilling areas. Killing regulations on flaring and fracking. Opening up exports. Approving vital infrastructure like pipelines and liquid natural gas terminals.”

    That a good start.

  8. RAH says:

    Castro in a nut shell:

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