President Obama “Disturbed” That “Climate Denier” Chairs Environmental Committee

March 18, 2015 3:38 pmViews: 55

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Remember when Barack Obama claimed in his run up to the 2008 election that he would bring Washington DC together and stop the petty politics and partisanship of that city? Well, here's just one more example of him doing exactly the opposite, which is what he's been doing almost his entire presidency.

Since it is now fair game to attack anyone who even questions the ridiculous claims of Al Gore and climate change cultists, even the slightest mention that maybe the science is not settled or maybe there's just an agenda for the government to take even more control, gets you labeled as a dreaded, "Climate Change Denier." And of course since that new norm of even more partisanship is prevalent since the divide in Chief took office more than 6 years ago, no one is safe from the politically correct Climate Change police.

Senator Jim Inhofe is a skeptic of the climate change agenda and recently brought a snowball to the floor of the Senate to demonstrate the record snowfall the north east has experienced this winter and for that, and other reasons Obama said he is "disturbed" that Senator Inhofe is chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

That's fantastic, I'm disturbed that we have a Constitution denying, law breaking Socialist that pretends to be president.

Read more below from Talking Points Memo:

President Obama said in an interview with Vice News published Monday that it’s “disturbing” that Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK), the chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, does not believe that climate change is real.

Inhofe recently threw a snowball on the Senate floor in an attempt to disprove the existence of climate change.

Vice founder Shane Smith mentioned the incident to President Obama while discussing global warming.

“That’s disturbing,” Obama told Vice News.[…]

“I guarantee you that the Republican party will have to change its approach to climate change because voters will insist upon it,” he said.

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