Daily Climate Fraud From The Washington Post

The official fake news outlet in the nation’s capitol is reporting this week that the Petermann Glacier in Greenland is falling apart, and it is your fault. They say that the evidence changed the mind of a former skeptic.

In Greenland, a once doubtful scientist witnesses climate change’s troubling toll | The Washington Post

The crooks at the Washington Post ended their story five years ago, because the Petermann Glacier has been growing ever since.

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And Andreas Muenchow was never a climate skeptic.

Global warming and climate change are very real and challenging problems

  • Andreas Muenchow 2010

Vast Ice ‘Island’ Breaks Free of Greenland Glacier – The New York Times

All climate stories from the Washington Post are fake news.

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13 Responses to Daily Climate Fraud From The Washington Post

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos

    … Donald Trump lashed out at Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos Thursday, claiming that the founder of Amazon.com was using the newspaper as a tool to influence corporate tax policy.

    “Every hour we’re getting calls from reporters from The Washington Post asking ridiculous questions,” Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity. “And I will tell you, this is owned as a toy by Jeff Bezos … Amazon is getting away with murder, tax-wise. He’s using The Washington Post for power so that the politicians in Washington don’t tax Amazon like they should be taxed.”….

    “He thinks I’ll go after him for antitrust,” Trump said Thursday. “Because he’s got a huge antitrust problem because he’s controlling so much….

    “He’s using The Washington Post, which is peanuts, he’s using that for political purposes to save Amazon in terms of taxes and in terms of antitrust.”

  2. mohatdebos says:

    Chris Mooney wrote the piece. He is the chief global warming propagandist (propagator of fake news) for the Washington Post.

  3. mohatdebos says:

    Chris Mooney is the chief “fake” climate news reporter for the Washington Post.

  4. Svend Ferdinandsen says:

    If you take a look at these glaciers relative to Greenland, you will find out it is a non problem. It is really hard to find them on a map, and you could allways find a glacier that has retracted somehow.
    The same goes on at the south pole and west antarctica, which is a peninsula almost reaching to south america, and it is in reality only a tiny bit of the Antarctic continent.

    • Gail Combs says:

      A glacier tongue sitting out in the water is subject to tides, storms and wave action not to mention melting from the bottom.

      Of course the darn things are going to calve icebergs. That is why they have a term ‘calving’ for the phenomena.

  5. gnome says:

    Though I’m glad you showed us this guy was never a sceptic, you didn’t need to.
    No sceptic has ever turned believer. Plenty of believers turn sceptic and stay there.

  6. Gail Combs says:

    Our good friend James Delingpole gives us a New Year’s present:

    DELINGPOLE: Rules for Righties — a War-Winning Manifesto for 2017

  7. Angela says:

    I’m sorry, I never actually see where the article says he is a climate change skeptic. If you could highlight that part, it would help me understand your argument.

    I only see that he is skeptical to link climate change to ice melt. I’ve pulled a few quotes from the article as examples that support this:

    “As one of Greenland’s largest ice shelves shrinks, a once-doubtful scientist has come around to the role of climate change in melting it.” (emphasis on the ‘role of climate change in melting it’)

    “Andreas Muenchow had his doubts about whether warming temperatures were causing one of the world’s great platforms of ice to melt and fall apart.” (again, I don’t see that he is doubtful on climate change, just on its role with the changing ice)

    “balked on whether climate change might have caused a mammoth chunk of ice, four times the size of Manhattan, to break off from this floating, 300-square-mile shelf.” (again, no indication that he doubted climate change, just its relationship with the ice events).

    You are right in that, “Andreas Muenchow was never a climate skeptic.” But claiming that the article says he was – is a huge stretch. If you could highlight exactly where the author says that, then ‘this skeptic’ might come around to believing your spin.

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