Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney held a press briefing in which he answered questions about the newly released budget proposal. The reporter’s question and the manner in which it was asked illustrates the depths to which the indoctrination and acceptance of the climate hoax has been successfully ingrained into the psyche of the American public and those in the media propaganda corps.
There is no question as to its validity or certainty in the way the question is worded. For the reporter or “glorified stenographer,” as the case may be in the propaganda media, the “science is settled,” the lying Hussein Obama was telling the truth on this one issue. The weather is teamed up with, joined forces with its diabolical partner, Earth, and they are trying to kill us. Their scapegoat for the supposed harm is CO2, a beneficial, life-giving and life-sustaining gas, but that doesn’t matter. Obama told them it’s true, therefore they believe. Obama slithers on water.
The media propagandist asks, “Could you tell us a little more about what message the president is trying to send by eliminating a lot of funding for science and climate change research as you mentioned earlier.” She actually used science and climate change in the same sentence as if they have a relationship.
The money is being withheld from the fraudulent, agenda-driven reports that are mislabeled as science by criminals “with beakers and computers” in white lab coats, such as at NASA and NOAA. What they produce isn’t science as it relates to the climate hoax. It’s the product that was purchased through the misuse of power in the form of grant funding, documents containing a predetermined outcome that will be used as a foundation for more false claims and more funding which drives more of the same hysterical arguments. The hand wringing hysterics is coming to a screeching halt.
Mulvaney gives her the short explanation as to why it’s not a priority, the one that doesn’t get off of the track by addressing the criminality of those propagating the hoax for personal or political gain or the naiveté of those accepting it as being factual. He says simply, “Regarding the question as to ‘climate change,’ I think the President was pretty straightforward. We’re not spending money on that anymore. We consider that to be a waste of your money, to go out and do that, so that is a specific tie to his campaign.”
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