Obama Using Fraudulent Reports From Government Agencies To Undermine President Trump


Rex Tillerson’s State of Denial – The New Yorker

NOAA claims Greenland is losing ice, and snow cover is shrinking. As is normally the case with claims from the Obama administration, the exact opposite is true. The most recent data shows November snow cover is well above normal and has been for Obama’s entire term in office..


Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Likewise, the claims about Greenland are exactly opposite of the truth. Greenland is blowing away all records for ice growth this year.


Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI

Obama knows that he can tell the same lies over and over again, the press will never do any fact checking.

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18 Responses to Obama Using Fraudulent Reports From Government Agencies To Undermine President Trump

  1. griff says:


    The NSIDC doesn’t seem to think Greenland has gained ice or had higher snowfall over the summer.

    The SMB chart shown is only for recent months…

    • Stewart Pid says:

      Griff …. same old same old …. boring. Crawl back under your rock Griff.

    • Pethefin says:

      Griff-the-ice-growth-denier, that was simply pathetic. You truly are the weakest troll ever.

    • Sunsettommy says:

      Scientists: Greenland Is Now Much Colder With More Advanced Ice Sheet Margins Than 90% Of The Last 7,500 Years

      “Fifteen international scientists recently collaborated to assemble one of the most comprehensive analyses of temperature and ice sheet changes for Greenland and the Canadian Arctic ever produced. Briner et al., (2016) synthesized over 100 records from a large and accumulating database to publish “Holocene climate change in Arctic Canada and Greenland” in the journal Quaternary Science Reviews.

      The results are not good news for those who wish to maintain that today’s Greenland Ice Sheet is losing ice area at an unprecedentedly accelerated rate, or that modern temperature values for the Arctic region are dangerously high. Greenland’s Ice Sheet has a larger ice extent now than it has had for most of the last 7,500 years; only the Little Ice Age period (~1300-1900 A.D.) had more ice mass. And both regions (Canadian Arctic and Greenland) are still 1 to 2°C colder now than they were just a few thousand years ago.”


    • AndyG55 says:

      You want something longer term

      The chart below shows the SMB as being at its lowest in the 1930’s

      No surprise there.

      If we tack on the last couple of years, the graph would be above the zero line again.

      So Griff.. you are WRONG AS USUAL.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Griff… Please provide a graph of Greenland ice mass over the last century , without no zero offset.

      You can do it..

      NOT !!

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Your denial is pathetic, griff. Do you at least get compensated for your ongoing public embarrassment?

  2. Greg Raven says:

    So much for the battle against fake news. Maybe the New Yorker has longer lead times, and wasn’t prepared to have to publish truthful articles. Ah, well, there are still the cartoons.

  3. Winnipeg Boy says:

    “the report reads like a checklist for the Apocalypse”…ummm.
    Seven Signs of the Apocalypse. The Seven Signs are clear: We will be struck by deadly plagues, famines and earthquakes; The sky will turn dark and oceans will turn to blood; And the antichrist will emerge to fight the final battle between good and evil. (3 second Google search, i have no idea if accurate)

    I guess the church of global warming has their own signs of the apocalypse.

  4. GW says:

    The NH snowcover anomaly graph is very interesting. Clearly there’s an almost linear increase from about 1972 to present from about -2 to +2. Moreover there’s what appears to be two “phase shifts” (of opposite sign, of course) as I’ll call them also about 1972 and again about 2008. It would be fascinating to investigate what other notable climate phenomena occurred around those years. I happen to know there was a significant (albeit not “super”) El Niño in 1972 but not likely significant enough to cause such a long term change. And the “great climate shift” of the PDO did not occur until 1976/77.

  5. Perry says:

    Ye gods, but Grff is dumb. If only he liked sex & travel.

  6. Tom O says:

    Having looked at the page Griff listed, and skimmed down through it, I was a little surprised to see that it says that very few days were above the average melt rate of the ice cap. That struck me as the same as saying that on average, most days WERE below the AVERAGE melt rate for that date, thus they must have recorded a summer melt that was “lower than average.” So a lower than average summer melt, at least suggested by the data, doesn’t seem to be a very good argument against Greenland adding mass.

  7. Don says:

    Fake news spewed by Øbama. the Progs, and the MSM.

    And here is some Orwell for your 2017, courtesy of the Republican Congress and Øbama.


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