As most sane people come to the realization that the left has perpetrated a massive hoax with this global warming/climate change religion, the hysteria has been ratcheted up in an attempt to silence those who don’t buy the junk science. And they’re doing what they do best: Smearing anyone who disagrees with them. It seems to have coincided with Ted Cruz’s announcement this week that he’s running for president, but the smear campaign has been going on for quite some time.
The highest ranking woman in the Anglican communion has said climate denial is a “blind” and immoral position which rejects God’s gift of knowledge.
Katharine Jefferts Schori, presiding bishop of the Episcopal church and one of the most powerful women in Christianity, said that climate change was a moral imperative akin to that of the civil rights movement. She said it was already a threat to the livelihoods and survival of people in the developing world.
“It is in that sense much like the civil rights movement in this country where we are attending to the rights of all people and the rights of the earth to continue to be a flourishing place,” Bishop Jefferts Schori said in an interview with the Guardian. “It is certainly a moral issue in terms of the impacts on the poorest and most vulnerable around the world already.”
She practices two religions, obviously. Next steps up the discredited buffoon Neil DeGrasse Tyson, courtesy of Democratic Party-funded blog Think Progress:
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson had choice words for the state of Florida Monday, saying he was “astonished” by Gov. Rick Scott’s administration’s alleged ban on using the words “climate change.”
Speaking as part of a lecture series in Sarasota, Florida and at a press conference before it, the renowned scientist and science communicator said that he thought that the U.S., as a country, was above using science as a political debate. Tyson also said voters held responsibility for electing lawmakers like Scott, which points to the need to better educate voters about issues like climate change.
“I don’t blame the politicians for a damn thing because we vote for the politicians,” he said. “I blame the electorate.”
Tyson has a point: a poll last year found that Americans are, in general, less concerned about climate change than people in many other parts of the world. And though most Americans believe climate change is happening, many don’t fully understand why.
You’re all stupid for not believing the idiot, so he blames you. His clown show continued on Twitter.
If I were ever abducted by aliens, the first thing I’d ask is whether they came from a planet where people also deny science.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) March 25, 2015
— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) March 25, 2015
The aliens would likely be disgusted:
.@neiltyson Then the aliens would fry your brain with an energy beam, eject your carcass into the inky void, and never visit Earth again.
— jon gabriel (@exjon) March 25, 2015
Their religion is heavily political:
“We are deeply concerned by the links between museums of science and natural history with those who profit from fossil fuels or fund lobby groups that misrepresent climate science,” says the letter. “Museums are trusted sources of scientific information, some of our most important resources for educating children and shaping public understanding. We are concerned that the integrity of these institutions is compromised by association with special interests who obfuscate climate science, fight environmental regulation, oppose clean energy legislation and seek to ease limits on industrial pollution.”
The letter points out that David Koch, one of the two billionaire Koch brothers whose big donations have funded climate-denying organizations, candidates and elected officials, is a major donor, exhibit sponsor and trustee at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
“David Koch’s oil and manufacturing conglomerate Koch Industries is one of the greatest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions in the United States,” the letter says. “When some of the biggest contributors to climate change and funders of misinformation on climate science sponsor exhibitions in museums of science and natural history, they undermine public confidence in the validity of the institutions responsible for transmitting scientific knowledge. This corporate philanthropy comes at too high a cost.”
Oooh, the evil Koch Brothers! You’ll never guess which discredited hoaxer’s got a hand in this:
Michael Mann, a climate scientist at Pennsylvania State University and signer of the letter, said the donors seek a halo they do not deserve. “Cloaked in the garb of civic-mindedness, they launder their image while simultaneously and covertly influencing the content offered by those institutions,” he said.
Meanwhile, back to Ted Cruz:
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, the first major candidate to officially declare his intent to run for president is entirely unsuited for the position, said California Gov. Jerry Brown, because he continues to deny the existence of man-made climate change.
Not just denies: “That man betokens such a level of ignorance and a direct falsification of scientific data,” Brown said Sunday during an appearance on Meet the Press. “It’s shocking and I think that man has rendered himself absolutely unfit to be running for office.”
Cruz has a long history of betokening ignorance of the scientific consensus on climate change — in an interview last year with CNN, he called on every debunked climate denier argument, from the so-called global warming “pause” to the claim that, in the 1970s, the big worry was “global cooling,” concluding that the “data [on climate change] are not supporting what the advocates are arguing.” As the new chair of the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Space, which oversees NASA, Cruz accused the agency of neglecting outer space in its commitment to studying Earth’s climate.
The Stalinists will make you pay, one way or the other, led by renowned climate scientist Barack Obama:
The Obama administration has issued new guidelines that could make it harder for governors who deny climate change to obtain federal disaster-preparedness funds.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s new rules could put some Republican governors in a bind. The rules say that states’ risk assessments must include “consideration of changing environmental or climate conditions that may affect and influence the long-term vulnerability from hazards in the state.”
The policy, which goes into effect in March 2016, doesn’t affect federal money for relief after a hurricane, flood, or other natural disaster. But states seeking disaster preparedness money from Washington will be required to assess how climate change threatens their communities, a requirement that wasn’t included in FEMA’s 2008 guidelines.
They’ll be happy to see people die so they can score cheap political points, all so they can prove their so-called science. And we have the president of the United States leading the charge.
You would think if they were so confident in their position they wouldn’t have to resort to such shameless behavior. Their hysteria and zeal to silence all opposition speaks volumes.