A Red Letter Day!

Congressional Democrats just voted to shut down all NASA/NOAA climate science.

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21 Responses to A Red Letter Day!

  1. RAH says:

    The democrat minions (ie: “the press”) will try their best to lay it on the Republicans and Trump. I don’t think that will work. The democrats have played their last card. I think it is an act of desperation. Be interesting to see where it goes from here.

    As I mentioned elsewhere, I don’t believe this is just about amnesty or immigration. It goes far deeper than that. That should not surprise people that observe politics. The issue stated for a particular action and trumpeted by their press is rarely the real issue that precipitated the act.

    They delay a lot of things doing this. Judicial appointments, budget battles, US military victories on the battlefields, implementation of many Trump administration policies and administrative changes, etc. But perhaps, most importantly, the breaking of the story of collusion between the Obama FBI, DOJ, DNC/Hillary Campaign to fabricated a fake dossier on a presidential candidate and use it to gain FISA warrants for electronic surveillance of that candidate and those close to his campaign, then use it to initiate a special investigation of that person once he was seated as POTUS. That story is really filling out and will threaten the whole of the establishment and deep state.

    • feathers says:

      How more clear could it be that the Dems are the most un-American group in the country. They hate our country. However, I still fear the Mid-terms.

    • EdB says:

      That gang at the FBI made a basic spycraft mistake. They allowed one of their own to carry on a relationship and classically the pillow talk(texts back and forth) are a detailed account of every move. Talk about incompetent!

      Sean Hannity’s show last night calling not just for dismissal, but investigation and prosecution of all involved, including Comey.

      • RAH says:

        I think there is more collusion in this matter yet to be revealed and would not be surprised if they end up getting the evidence went right to the Oval Office. I suspect that once they corner some of the underlings they will start singing to try and save their own hides.

        • MikeW says:

          Unfortunately, the Republican leadership believes that they need Democrat cooperation to “run the government”, and that they will lose that cooperation if they proceed with more in-depth investigations and any indictments of the previous administration. So they will try to sit on the information and keep it quiet. If that works through November, and the Democrats regain control of Congress at that time, then nothing will come out.

          • RAH says:

            I don’t think they can keep it quiet. A number of congressmen are calling for the declassification of the document reporting FISA abuse in the Obama administration. To be honest I suspect the “Schumer Shutdown” is in part a ploy to delay that possibility.

  2. oldbrew says:

    Didn’t real NASA/NOAA climate science shut down years ago?

    • RAH says:

      I’m sure Tony used the word “science” to describe what they do meaning it in the least flattering form possible. After all they have brought the “sciences” of revision of the record and history, interpolation, extrapolation, bias, distortion, and misinformation to a whole new level.

  3. John Niclasen says:

    Where can I see, what is being voted on in United States Congress?

    Will this have an effect on Berkley Earth, who just released their “Global Temperature Report for 2017”?


  4. Norilsk says:

    Houston, we have a problem.

  5. Certainly qualifies as non-essential.

  6. KTM says:

    Trump has already moved to shrink the cartoonishly large Bears’ Ears National Monument to something more reasonable.

    We all remember how Obama erected the Barry-cades to close down open air national monuments in Washington DC, just to spite people. He also closed down all tours of the White House, again just to spite people.

    I would LOVE to see Trump cite the closure of National Parks to justify returning partial power over them to states and localities that depend on these parks and would NEVER allow them to close. Last time around, the State of Utah and other county and city governments BEGGED the feds to allow locals to fully staff these parks and allow them to remain open. They were rebuffed as they always are.

    If the National Parks and Monuments are for everyone, the federal government should never be allowed to hold them hostage over political bickering, but they do exactly that every few years.

  7. MikeW says:

    A year has passed in the Trump administration, and the NOAA/NASA climate fraud continues unabated. If Trump doesn’t stop the funding of this fraud by November, then it will be clear that he doesn’t intend to. So it actually won’t be such a great loss if the Democrats regain control of Congress in November, and then begin their impeachment proceedings.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Have you been out of the country and unable to follow the events of the first year?

      • MikeW says:

        My understanding is that nothing has changed in the NOAA/NASA climate fraud operation during the first year of the Trump presidency. Is that incorrect?

        • RAH says:

          Give him time. Lots on the plate and a lot of resistance. I would argue cutting the EPA nearly in half and reorienting it to it’s original mission is a great first step. After all, that Agency was the one having the greatest impact on our power generation sources. I would also remind folks that great progress has been made in transforming the judiciary which will certainly be important down the road in the Climate battles and so many others.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Mike, I was referring to this:

          “So it actually won’t be such a great loss if the Democrats regain control of Congress in November, and then begin their impeachment proceedings.”

          I reckon it’s fine then. He should focus on impeachment rather than things that bother Progressives.

          “He very, very rapidly has been actively trying to erode science in the U.S.A. and in particular climate science,” she said. “And it’s hard for two reasons: Funding is becoming almost impossible, and in a psychological sense.”


          • MikeW says:

            It’s beginning to look to me like a typical Republican ratchet operation. They slow down the entrenched government leftists for a little while, but never shut them down or reverse their progress. Then when the Democrats get back in power, they simply pick up where they left off. In the case of climate fraud, it reinforces their narrative, since it persists in both Republican and Democrat administrations.

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