The data just doesn’t support the hysteria, does it?
Almost every Conservative believes this without question. It’s a great day when former Obama officials are coming out and saying “no” to this year’s flavor of a climate crisis narrative.
These people want to push the great reset, a green new deal, windmills that freeze in the cold, and an energy grid which could be vulnerable to foreign interference.
That’s why they push all this climate propaganda.
Are human beings influencing the climate?
I think so, maybe we are.
Is the answer windmills and government regulation/intervention though?
Hell no! Government rarely can do anything right! If anything, all these policies will probably backfire and we will end up using more oil than before……….That’s government intervention for you.
Take a look:
Fox News had more on the story:
Former undersecretary for the Department of Energy under President Obama, Steven Koonin is dissenting from the Biden administration’s stance on the global "climate crisis," saying the data do not support the "hysteria."
"What I realized, is that, although you hear people talking about ‘we’re going to believe in the science, the science is settled, we’ve got an existential crisis’ – when you actually read the science, it doesn’t support that kind of hysteria at all," he said in an interview with Fox News Thursday.
Koonin, a physicist and professor at New York University, said he began extensively researching climate trends in 2014, prompting him to write his latest book Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn’t, and Why It Matters.
The veteran scientist explained that the data in the assessment reports provided by the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the U.S.’s National Climate Assessment do not support drastic calls for countering climate change, as outlined in President Biden’s latest climate plan.
Western Journal also reported:
According to a fact sheet from the White House, Biden made a “nationally determined contribution” pledge Thursday to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50 to 52 percent by 2030.
Biden plans to make this possible by advancing “environmental justice” and expanding job opportunities.
“Creating jobs and tackling climate change go hand in hand — empowering the U.S. to build more resilient infrastructure, expand access to clean air and drinking water, spur American technological innovations, and create good-paying, union jobs along the way,” the fact sheet noted.