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Daddy’s science advisor nominee will advance Ivanka’s global warming agenda

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Do you remember when Trump allegedly withdrew America from the Paris Climate Accord? I say “allegedly” because, as I wrote at the time, Trump’s announcement came with a little-noticed caveat:

“…the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord, but begin negotiations to re-enter that Paris Accord or an entirely new transaction…”

Much like his fake repeal of Obamacare, Trump’s Paris Agreement decision was a fake withdrawal.

Trump’s vacillation regarding global warming is really no surprise, especially when we remember that the woman he would be hitting on if she wasn’t his daughter, Presidential Advisor Ivanka Trump, has made it clear that she is running the show when it comes to the administration’s global warming agenda.

So, it should also come as no surprise that Trump’s nominee to head up the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to be his “science advisor” is a radical proponent of the global warming lie.

Kelvin Droegemeier is in charge of weather and climate research at the University of Oklahoma and has advised numerous Democrat governors on energy and climate issues. He is a proponent of government-financed action to address so-called “climate change,” and his nomination is being praised by global warming advocates, including the former science advisor who served under Obama, John Holdren.

If Holdren’s name sounds familiar, it might be because he advocated fighting global warming through population control via forced abortions, infanticide, and mandatory mass sterilization.

Droegemeier’s nomination is also supported by Kei Koizumi, who served under Holdren, and the radical left-wing climate change professor from Penn State Michael Mann.

You know, I found it rather odd that the High Priest of the Church of Global Warming, Al Gore, recently made a point of mentioning how he was wrong about Donald Trump, saying that Ivanka’s Daddy “has had less of an impact (on the environment) so far than I feared that he would.” Now it makes sense.

I call Trump the “in-name-only” president because of the deceptive slight-of-hand way he appears to keep his promises while doing nothing on issues like repealing Obamacare and fixing illegal immigration. Droegemeier’s nomination proves that his promises concerning global warming are no exception to the rule.

So-called global warming is a hoax, and Donald Trump’s so-called climate policies makes him a hoaxer. Unfortunately, Trumplicans and Trumpservatives are too worried about November to stop Ivanka’s global warming agenda and the nomination of a global warming radical. Senate committee hearings are scheduled to begin tomorrow.

Originally posted at StridentConservative.com.

 


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Mark Geragos, lawyer to Kaepernick, Smollett, and Jackson, likely unnamed co-conspirator with Michael Avenatti

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Michael Avenatti may be getting all the headlines, but his unnamed co-conspirator may be even more of a catch in the extortion case that got Avenatti arrested. Mark Geragos, a regular CNN analyst and lawyer to famous people like Colin Kaepernick, Jussie Smollett, and Michael Jackson, is supposedly the unnamed co-conspirator.

My Take

Avenatti is a spotlight hog. He’s the guy you call if you want the attention paid to your lawyer instead of you. He draws fire and offers cover while still getting your case plenty of attention.

Geragos is the guy you call if you need a real lawyer.

This is why people who aren’t stars call Avenatti while those who are aleady stars call Geragos. He’s a high-dollar hired gun who delivers results. This time, he may have gotten caught with his hand in the wrong cookie jar.

The fact that he’s a CNN analyst certainly adds poetic justice to this. CNN is one of the biggest culprits who helped make Avenatti a star in the first place.

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Venezuela is colluding with Russia while America is distracted by Trump not colluding with Russia

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Venezuela is colluding with Russia while America is distracted by Trump not colluding with Russia

Two Russian jets carrying troops and equipment landed in Caracas, Venezuela, as part of a mission to “fullfil technical military contracts,” according to Russian media. But it’s almost certain this is part of Russia’s play on Venezuela to prop up socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro just as they did with Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad.

Meanwhile, most Americans who follow the news cycle were bombarded with perspectives on Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the Robert Mueller investigation report. In it, President Trump and his 2016 campaign were found to not have colluded with the Russians in their election hacking endeavors.

My Take

While most were focused on fake Russian collusion, the real thing was happening in one of the world’s hottest spots, Venezuela.

Russia’s play here is simple: keep Maduro in power at all costs. They got the drop on any actions the United States may have been planning, though it’s unlikely those plans included military intervention. Still, Russia isn’t taking any chances. By getting troops and equipment on the ground, they’ll be able help Maduro by offering cover from outside actions while bolstering his support internally.

Any defections or coup attempts will be much less likely with Russia directly involved.

The opposition leader who America and over 50 other nations consider to be the rightful interim president, Juan Guaido, has been trying to get international support while maintaining domestic support, but Maduro’s move may have prevented that from happening.

In essence, the battle over Venezuela is now over. It’s unfathomable to conceive of action by the United States or any other’s who support Guaido other than diplomatic efforts that will accomplish nothing. Venezuela is doomed to retain their socialist dictator now.

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Israel suffers another rocket attack from Hamas

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Israel suffers another rocket attack from Hamas

A confirmed rocket attack from the Gaza Strip on Israeli homes near the border in the Kfar Saba area outside Tel Aviv. Sirens were heard prior to the rocket explosion and posted by the IDF Twitter account.

Six people were injured in the attack.

My Take

The conflict between Hamas and Israel has been getting old for years, but now is not the time to blow off the news. Hamas is having internal strife as its citizens protest living and economic conditions in the Gaza Strip. To garner international support and save face for failing to help their own people, Hamas is trying to start another war.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is caught between a contentious election at home and the need to get his own international support, particularly from the United States. He’s in Washington DC now to meet with President Trump, who has offered his support and endorsement for the long-time Prime Minister.

Hamas would love nothing more than for Netanyahu to be gone, replaced by a leftist who will wheel and deal for “peace” with the Palestinians regardless of the cost. If that happens, the toll will be great on Israel and the world.

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