After 8 years of Obama, packed with misguided information, the EPA is finally getting an overhaul. The EPA website removes climate change hoax information.
For decades the left has been pushing their climate change agenda. It has been pushed that human beings and their industrial byproducts are causing a rapid increase in temperature around the globe. This hoax, which became known as "global warning" or "climate change" was used by globalists and liberals to shame the world into over-regulating and over-managing all industries, even the most minute ones.
There was one major problem with this whole thing. The science that was backing it up was certainly bunk. As recently as just 40 years ago, everyone was blaming these same industries for a rapid cooling of the world. In fact, many liberals were very fearful of a second ice age coming. In order for the liberals to gain control and over-govern everything, they are willing to push any of these agendas in order to help them gain control of the masses.
Bring on the polar bears. Polar bears a very aggressive species of bears. Coca-Cola adopted them as their "mascot" and used them as a token of friendship. By portraying the polar bears as a cute and cuddly animal, it made a shift in public opinion about them. The global warming hoaxers warned that the ice was all going to melt and these poor, cute and cuddly polar bears would soon drown. There were even photographs of swimming polar bears to further push the issue.
None of this is true and none of the polar bears were in danger. President Trump is now in office and the global warming hoaxers are forced to deal with reality.
The EPA is even being given no choice but to deal with reality.
EPA Website Removes Climate Change Hoax Information
“The EPA removed most climate change information from its website Friday, saying in a press release that language on the website is being updated to ‘reflect the approach of new leadership.’
“EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has expressed doubt about the reasons for climate change, saying in a CNBC interview in March that he was skeptical of the role carbon dioxide plays.‘I think that measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do, and there’s tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact,’ Pruitt said. ‘So, no, I would not agree that it’s a primary contributor to the global warming that we see.’“J.P. Freire, the EPA’s associate administrator for public affairs, said the agency wants ‘to eliminate confusion by removing outdated language first and making room to discuss how we’re protecting the environment and human health by partnering with states and working within the law.'”