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Saturday, April 8, 2017

Judicial Watch Lawsuit Seeks Obama White House Records on Controversial Global-Warming Report | National Review

Judicial Watch Lawsuit Seeks Obama White House Records on Controversial Global-Warming Report | National Review:

 "“It was more of a political document than a scientific document,” Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, told me. “People need to know how the [climate] alarmists have taken over agencies like NOAA and NASA. This is about trying to get the truth out.” Judicial Watch also filed a separate lawsuit against NOAA in 2015 attempting to get the datasets used in Karl’s paper.

There’s plenty of reason to suspect collaboration between Karl and Holdren. Both are professionally invested in anthropogenic global warming and have advanced their careers promoting a catastrophic view of humanity’s fate due to our carbon-fueled rape of Mother Nature."