Climate Hoax

NYT Claims Climate Study ‘Leaked’ So Trump Wouldn’t Suppress It — Then One of the Actual Scientists Speaks Up


NYT Claims Climate Study ‘Leaked’ So Trump Wouldn’t Suppress It — Then One of the Actual Scientists Speaks Up

The President of the United States has one main focus, and that is making sure we have clean water, clean air, and have the best steel for American workers.

…and you wouldn’t have a clue if you -say, listened to CNN all day.

In fact, you’d think he was maliciously trying to set fire to us all…

The Trump administration has been called out for “denying science” since before President Donald Trump was even inaugurated.

The utter hysteria from the left truly began to escalate when Trump’s selection to head the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, turned out to be a climate change “denier.”

Media outlets began an outpour of crying wolf, suggesting that the Trump White House would actively suppress any scientific data that didn’t align with its “anti-science” positions.

ijr reports:

Enter the embattled New York Times, the lone voice helping to “leak” the results of a recent climate study in order to prevent inevitable attempts by the Trump administration to suppress its findings.

The panic-inducing headline reads: “Scientists Fear Trump Will Dismiss Blunt Climate Report.”

And the article asserts that the only reason the public hasn’t been made aware of the findings is that the White House is standing in the way:

The report was completed this year and is a special science section of the National Climate Assessment, which is congressionally mandated every four years. The National Academy of Sciences has signed off on the draft report, and the authors are awaiting permission from the Trump administration to release it.

One government scientist who worked on the report, Katharine Hayhoe, a professor of political science at Texas Tech University, called the conclusions among “the most comprehensive climate science reports” to be published. Another scientist involved in the process, who spoke to The New York Times on the condition of anonymity, said he and others were concerned that it would be suppressed.

But the Times made one crucial mistake: It called out scientist Katharine Hayhoe by name — and it appears that Hayhoe values journalistic integrity as much as she values scientific integrity.

Hayhoe responded to the article with a series of tweets:

Hayhoe even supplied a link for those interested in reading the publicly available, non-leaked report:


Upon realizing their mistake, the Times published the following correction:

Correction: August 8, 2017 

An article on Tuesday about a sweeping federal climate change report referred incorrectly to the availability of the report. While it was not widely publicized, the report was uploaded by the nonprofit Internet Archive in January; it was not first made public by The New York Times.

They were hoping no one noticed…

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