Of course he is.
“isis is not an existential threat to the United States,” he told me in one of these conversations. “Climate change is a potential existential threat to the entire world if we don’t do something about it.” Obama explained that climate change worries him in particular because “it is a political problem perfectly designed to repel government intervention. It involves every single country, and it is a comparatively slow-moving emergency, so there is always something seemingly more urgent on the agenda.”
Go to The Atlantic piece and read the whole thing. Yes, I know that some of you leap in to comment without doing the reading. DON’T.
Meanwhile, the Obama Administration is looking into prosecuting “climate change deniers”. HERE
AG Lynch: DOJ Has Discussed Whether to Pursue Civil Action Against Climate Change Deniers
Attorney General Loretta Lynch acknowledged Wednesday that there have been discussions within the Department of Justice about possibly pursuing civil action against so-called climate change deniers.
“This matter has been discussed. We have received information about it and have referred it to the FBI to consider whether or not it meets the criteria for which we could take action on,” Lynch said at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Justice Department operations.
So-called climate change deniers.
Think about that language: “deniers”. Whom else do we tar with the well-deserved brush of denial: Holocaust deniers. If you deny that climate change is caused by man, then you are a “climate change denier”. That’s like denying that the Holocaust took place.
I can hear you libs now, with your whiny, judging voices, “But Father, but Father! You are a very bad person. You are evil. You … you … like Latin! You want the Holocaust to happen again! You HATE VATICAN II!”
This is really creepy stuff coming from the Obama Administration. This is creepy stuff coming from POTUS himself. Climate change is a bigger threat than ISIS?
I’d be interested in hearing what you think about this, if you think about this. Note the italics.
Do the reading. Think.