One of the fiercest tools of the globalist regime is the hoax they’ve long been perpetrating regarding so-called “global warming”.
The idea is simple: Faulty science and misconstrued data are used to imply that manmade greenhouse gas emissions are rapidly cooking our planet. This supposed oven effect will melt the polar ice caps in short order, drowning much of the world as the oceans rise to apocalyptic levels.
While this theory is more full of holes than an entire Swiss cheese factory, that hasn’t stopped the globalist left from parading around with sad looking photos of wet polar bears in an attempt to put some sort of emotional spin on their sordid lies. They, of course, make no mention of how rapidly the oceans will cool once filled with barely-not-frozen polar ice, nor are they willing to examine their own theories from the 1970’s that warned of a mini ice age on the horizon due to, you guessed it, greenhouse gas emissions.
U.S. President Donald Trump has long been a skeptic when it comes to the liberal lunacy of global warming, using strong language to shore up his supporters’ confidence in his levelheaded approach to the politicized nonsense surrounding it. After a visit with Pope Francis this week, however, it seems that Trump may be quietly signaling a change in his outlook.
“White House economic advisor Gary Cohn asserted that President Donald Trump’s views were evolving on the Paris Climate agreement reached by world leaders during former President Barack Obama’s administration.
“’His views are evolving, which is exactly what they should be,’ Cohn explained to reporters during a press briefing in Sicily at the G7 summit.“Cohn said that Trump had several discussions about the climate agreement with global leaders, many of which had worked on the plan to combat climate change for many years.
“’If he were standing here, he would tell you that he feels much more knowledgeable on the topic today,’ Cohn said.
“He said that Trump had not made a decision yet whether or not he wanted to stay in the agreement.
“’He came here to learn and he came here to get smarter,’ Cohn said. ‘He did quote say: “The environment is very, very important to me, Donald Trump. I care a lot about the environment.”‘”
During his meeting with Pope Francis, President Trump was given a “gift” by the high Pontiff: A 2015 letter written by Francis himself stating the importance of worldwide diligence on the issue of climate change. The exchange was widely lambasted as a snarky political move by a man appointed to a religious post, thanks in large part to the leftist stranglehold on the mainstream media tasked with relaying the substance of the meeting.
Should Trump backtrack on his campaign promise to remove the United States from the Paris Climate Treaty, he could certainly face a massive backlash from supporters who believed that he alone could prevent the United States from continuing to waste time, energy, money, and resources in fighting the fallacy. Certainly, there are a few larger issues on the President’s plate in recent days, but tacking on a flip-flop such as this would certainly not help his cause.