ABC: Reporting from the Denial Zone

ABC is reporting on the Obama administration’s new Federal Climate Change Agency

The Obama administration on Monday proposed a new agency to study and report on the changing climate.

Also known as global warming, climate change has drawn widespread concern in recent years as temperatures around the world rise, threatening to harm crops, spread disease, increase sea levels, change storm and drought patterns and cause polar melting.

Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and Jane Lubchenco, head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, announced NOAA will set up the new Climate Service to operate in tandem with NOAA’s National Weather Service and National Ocean Service.

“Whether we like it or not, climate change represents a real threat,” Locke said Monday at a news conference.

Lubchenco added, “Climate change is real, it’s happening now.” She said climate information is vital to the wind power industry, coastal community planning, fishermen and fishery managers, farmers and public health officials.

I wish I was doing this on video. I would pause an look dumfounded at the camera.

Do you think that RANDOLPH E. SCHMID AP “Science Writer” hasn’t heard of Climategate yet? A whole article on climate change and a new federal agency and not one mention of the Climategate scandal.

Not one mention of “hide the decline”.

Not one mention of data destroyed rather than comply with a FOIA request.

Not one mention of doctored data.

Not one mention of scientific misconduct.

Not one mention of the financial interests of the head of the IPCC.

Not one mention of false “peer reviewed” articles that were not peer reviewed.

Obama is doubling down on the socialist green agenda and the media, as usual, is complicit in the con.

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2 Responses to ABC: Reporting from the Denial Zone

  1. Old NFO says:

    Denial IS a river in Egypt… 🙂

  2. B Woodman says:

    And which over-sized rock did HE just now crawl out from under. . . . ?

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