• Podesta: Meteorologists Educating Americans On Climate Change Can Lead To “Political Action”

    Center for American Progress chair and Obama advisor John Podesta says, “Obviously, the hardest part of dealing with the climate issue is the politics behind it.” So the time that President Obama is “going to be spending with meteorologists today in interviews,” coupled with a new White House report on climate change, “will help people really understand what’s happening in every region of the country and that, I think, can lead to political action,” Podesta said. 

    So don’t worry, America. Team Obama has it all figured out.

    The earth is burning up. But the people are too stupid to realize it. Thankfully, Barack Obama is our President. And luckily for us, he plans to illustrate the climate change issue in a “unique way: By speaking with local television weather people,” according to USA Today:

    As the government issues a major report on climate change, Obama conducts interviews with meteorologists from New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, and Columbia, S.C.

    The event — dubbed “Weather from the White House” — comes the same day as release of the National Climate Assessment, which details the potential dangers of global warming.

    However, some scientists are saying the National Climate Assessment is much closer to “pseudoscience than it is to science.”

    A couple months ago, Senate Democrats staged an all-night “Talkathon” on climate change. The stunt was a ploy to please big-money Democratic donors. This latest White House climate report and Obama’s media blitz are just another taxpayer funded political ruse to gin up support among a souring liberal base ahead of the November midterms, now just 181 days away.

    You can expect this climate nonsense to continue until then.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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