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  1. Yes there is. There has been no global warming in 20 years. Has nothing to do with humans and everything to do with the sun. The earth has been much hotter in the past when there were very few humans.
  2. Its more than Trump winning the U.S. 2016 election. This guy is taking the candy from the globalist one world order. The EU/ UN. If they cant capture and control the worlds largest propagator of freedom, America, its going to spread.
  3. No humans have reduced the earths CO2 or temperature. No humans have increased the earths CO2 or temperature. What humans have done was manipulate the data to forward the scam. All of the global warming for the last 20 years only existed on the internet and did not match reality. They don't even call it global warming anymore.
  4. There hasn't been any Global Warming in 20 years and you are giving credit to Obama the president of one country? Lol!
  5. Photographer behind viral images of starving polar bear questions climate change narrative it promoted Remember the video of an emaciated polar bear that went viral last year? Now, the photographer who captured the shocking images is questioning the climate change narrative tied to the footage. What are the details? Writing in an article for the August edition of the National Geographic magazine, photographer Cristina Mittermeier lamented that the image was received by the general public in a way she and her team never intended. “With this image, we thought we had found a way to help people imagine what the future of climate change might look like. We were, perhaps, naive. The picture went viral—and people took it literally,” Mittermeier wrote. The footage was captured at Somerset Island in the Canadian Arctic. Mittermeier explained that she snapped photographs while her colleague, Paul Nicklen, videoed the heartbreaking situation. Nicklen later posted his footage to Instagram, explaining it demonstrated what starvation looked like in nature. However, he never blamed climate change, Mittermeier said. Then National Geographic published the video, spiraling the narrative out-of-control. The video quickly became the most-watched ever on National Geographic’s website. An estimated 2.5 billion people saw the images after news organizations around the world published stories about it. Mittermeier explained: In the end, Mittermeier admitted she “can’t say that this bear was starving because of climate change.” Indeed, after the images went viral, some experts said the bear’s condition was attributed to age, illness, or even injury — not climate change. To some, the group became “another example of environmentalist exaggeration,” Mittermeier said. “Perhaps we made a mistake in not telling the full story—that we were looking for a picture that foretold the future and that we didn’t know what had happened to this particular polar bear,” she wrote. What did National Geographic say? In an editor’s note in the article, the publication wrote: https://www.theblaze.com/news/2018/07/29/photographer-behind-viral-images-of-starving-polar-bear-questions-liberal-climate-change-narrative
  6. CO2 Emissions Hit 67-Year Low In Trump's America, As Rest-Of-World Rises We suspect you won't hear too much about this from the liberal mainstream media, or the environmental movement, or even Al Gore - but, according to the latest energy report from The Energy Information Administration (EIA), under President Trump, per-capita carbon dioxide emissions are now the lowest they’ve been in nearly seven decades. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-08/co2-emissions-hit-67-year-low-trumps-america-rest-world-rises
  7. Mr Hand

    Welcome to our American friends!

    What happened? Weed is legal here in the US in one way or the other. Instead of fighting the fight, everyone is kicking back and getting high.
  8. The earth has become so hot your video won't play anymore.
  9. Bombshell report reveals Iran finally admits to facilitating 9/11 terror attacks. Here’s how. For the first time in public history, Iranian officials admit to facilitating the 9/11 terrorist attacks by aiding Al Qaeda operatives traveling to the United States to carry out the attacks. What are the details? Mohammad-Javad Larijani, an international affairs assistant in the Iran’s judiciary, admitted in an interview broadcasted on Iranian state TV on May 30 that Iranian intelligence officials facilitated the terrorists’ travel to the U.S. “Our government agreed not to stamp the passports of some of them because they were on transit flights for two hours, and they were resuming their flights without having their passports stamped. However their movements were under the complete supervision of the Iranian intelligence,” Larijani said, according to Al Arabiya. Larijani added “that al-Qaeda members were in permanent contact with Iran’s intelligence ministry and that they used Iran in their flights to Afghanistan and other countries,” Al Arabiya reported. Iranian officials did not stamp terrorists’ passports, Larijani said, in order to obscure the terrorists’ movements and confuse opposing foreign governments, like Saudi Arabia, which Larijani said would have prosecuted the terrorists for having an Iranian stamp in their passport book. As the Washington Free Beacon noted, the U.S. government has yet to comment on the admission, but did post about Larijani’s comments in a tweet on the State Department’s Arabic-only Twitter. A federal judge ordered Iran to pay billions of dollars to families of 9/11 victims last month after determining the Iranian government, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran are partially culpable for the attacks. https://www.theblaze.com/news/2018/06/09/bombshell-report-reveals-iran-finally-admits-to-facilitating-9-11-terror-attacks-heres-how
  10. Justice Department Watchdog Probes Comey Memos Over Classified Information https://www.wsj.com/articles/justice-department-watchdog-probes-comey-memos-over-classified-information-1524243505 Fired FBI deputy director McCabe may face charges for misleading investigators http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/fired-fbi-deputy-director-mccabe-face-criminal-charges-article-1.3943730
  11. Report: Adam Schiff may have leaked classified information to discredit FISA memo Did Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee, leak classified information in an effort to discredit committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) and the controversial “FISA memo?” According to a new report, he may have. What happened? After saying the memo’s release would trigger a “constitutional crisis” because of the sensitive information contained in the memo, Law&Crime reported that Schiff may have leaked classified information to reporters on Friday when discrediting the memo. Special: Feb 22 announcement could launch Bitcoin to stratosphere According to a CNN report, Schiff told reporters on Friday that the memo’s central claim — that the Department of Justice and FBI didn’t disclose the political biases of a source when seeking a FISA warrant on Carter Page — is “unfounded.” Schiff told the media the memo’s claims were “not accurate” and the FISA court was made aware of the “likely political motivation” behind the Steele dossier. The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and New York Times all reported this, citing anonymous sources, on Friday, CNN noted. It was Schiff’s comments about whether or not the FISA court was aware of Steele’s political motivations that represent a potential leak of classified information, according to Law&Crime. Why would that amount to leaking classified information? Because, as Law&Crime noted, President Donald Trump only authorized the declassification of the FISA memo, not information about the FISA warrant on Page, which remains classified. Legal experts agreed that Schiff may have gone beyond what was in the public record to discredit the memo, potentially leaking classified information. But they said it would be difficult to find many objections to Schiff’s comments. Steven Aftergood, director of the government secrecy project at the Federation of American Scientists, told the Washington Examiner: “In the abstract they could be problematic since they go beyond the official public record. But under current circumstances, it is hard for me to imagine anyone objecting.” Mark Zaid, an attorney who has worked national security cases dealing with classified information, told the Examiner Schiff’s comments likely fall into a “gray area.” “At first blush I would have some concerns about the details in this statement as to whether it crosses a classification line, but it is possible Rep. Schiff, having had access to the underlying classified information, knows these points are in unclassified paragraphs. So much of these back and forths about the memo are in a gray area on classification,” he said. Meanwhile, Robert Litt, who served as general counsel for the Office of the Director of National from 2009-2017, said Schiff likely didn’t leak classified information. He explained to the Examiner: “It depends on the circumstances,” he added. “I could see circumstances where you might be violating classification like that. But not in this case.” https://www.theblaze.com/news/2018/02/04/report-adam-schiff-may-have-leaked-classified-information-to-discredit-fisa-memo
  12. The Swamp draining continues! Breaking: FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe stepping down NBC News reported Monday that FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is stepping down from his role at the bureau. What are the details? According to the report, a source familiar with the situation said McCabe, 49, was “exercising his retirement eligibility” and that McCabe was “stepping aside.” Special: James Altucher: Do not buy Bitcoin until you see this McCabe will reportedly stay on government payroll until he is able to retire in with full benefits in March. Trump took aim at McCabe in recent months, and a December report alleged that the president wanted McCabe fired. According to an Axios report published last week, Trump ordered the firing of McCabe via FBI Director Christopher Wray, but Wray objected, saying that if McCabe were fired, Wray would also retire. Trump reportedly only backed down because of the continued criticisms he received after firing former FBI Director James Comey in May. Additionally, the report alleged that White House Counsel Don McGahn weighed in and told Attorney General Jeff Sessions that it wasn’t worth seeing Wray retire just to fire McCabe. Trump reportedly had a vendetta against McCabe amid accusations that McCabe colluded with FBI official Peter Strzok, who was removed from the Russian collusion investigation, to undermine the president. Trump in July tweeted, “Why didn’t A.G. Sessions replace Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a Comey friend who was in charge of Clinton investigation but got big dollars ($700,000) for his wife’s political run from Hillary Clinton and her representatives. Drain the Swamp!” https://www.theblaze.com/news/2018/01/29/breaking-fbi-deputy-director-andrew-mccabe-stepping-down
  13. Justice Department 'has FOUND and is recovering some' of the 50,000 missing text messages between the Trump-hating FBI lovers The Justice Department has started to recover missing text messages between two FBI officials who expressed an anti-Trump bias, Fox News reported The department last week revealed a critical gap in messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page Strzok is a counterintelligence agent who worked on Hillary Clinton 's email case; Page worked with Strzok on the special counsel investigation into Russia Texts between the pair from December 14, 2017 to May 17, 2017 are missing Time frame covers the transition to the beginning of special counsel probe Attorney General ordered a probe and said 'we will use every technology available to determine whether the missing messages are recoverable' Trump called it 'one of the biggest stories in a long time' in a Tuesday tweet that noted the missing messages were 'all in prime time. Wow!' The White House then said the scandal may point to 'possibly illegal behavior' and the president believes it is of 'great cause for concern' The Justice Department has started to recover missing text messages between two FBI officials who expressed an anti-Trump bias, according to Fox News. The news comes one day after Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered an investigation into the missing text messages. Texts between FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page exchanged between Dec. 14, 2016, and May 17, 2017, are among a broader batch of missing phone messages that the FBI says its system failed to store because of a software upgrade glitch on many Samsung 5 cellphones. The White House called them evidence of potential illegality at a briefing on Tuesday, and said the president believes it is of 'great cause for concern'. Trump earlier tweeted they were 'one of the biggest stories in a long time'. Republicans have said the texts, which referred to Trump as an 'idiot' and a 'loathsome human,' raise concerns the FBI is biased against Trump and may have given Hillary Clinton, his Democratic presidential rival, favorable treatment after deciding not to recommend criminal charges in connection with the investigation of her use of a private email system while she was secretary of state. Strzok and Page were involved in that investigation and were briefly assigned to work with Special Counsel Robert Mueller on the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5310541/DOJ-missing-texts-Trump-hating-FBI-lovers.html#ixzz55Dgp2E1Y Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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