Donald Trump looks to finally be taking a stance against the global warming hoaxers this week, but not everyone on his team is thrilled.
Militant global warming propagandists have, for years, been cramming their bunk science down the throats of the globe, attempting to convert as many people as they can to their pseudo-religion in which the earth’s ice caps are mere moments away from melting into the sea thanks to the amount of cars that we drive. You can blame Al Gore and the left-leaning globalists for the nonsense. Gore, who owns an eco-guilt “carbon credits” company, released the widely promoted film “An Inconvenient Truth” to massive audiences of pre-millennial liberals just in time to spark the movement and, in turn, make himself a pretty penny.
Now, as Donald Trump reportedly plans to remove the United States from the Paris Climate deal, a costly and restrictive accord in its own right, one of his advisors is ready to jump ship.
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“Musk said he will have ‘no choice’ but to depart the councils if Trump makes the decision.
“The accord, agreed to by the Obama administration along with almost 200 other countries in 2015, would have forced the U.S. to reduce fossil fuel emissions by nearly 30 percent by 2025.”
President Trump’s views on global warming are an extraordinary departure from the policies of the previous administration, in which Barack Obama did everything within his power, (and then some), to promote the globalist agenda behind man-made climate change. Now, under the tutelage of the business-minded Trump, the United States looks to ease restrictions on businesses that poor scientific “research” have deemed as contributors to the hoax, saving our nation’s taxpayers a great deal of money.
In reality, the science regarding global warming has evolved greatly in recent years. Many scientists now recognize how tiny a role man-made emissions play in the global climate, and are hoping to break the stigma of such poorly-researched studies by educating the world on the immense effect of the sun cycles on our planet. In the next decade, science now believes that a period of relative calm on the sun’s surface, called the Maunder Minimum, will usher in a rapid cooling of the earth, and a potential “mini ice age”.