Climate sanity has been restored to the United States. No longer do we have to hear otherwise intelligent people in charge in Washington, D.C., blather on about how U.N. treaties or EPA regulations will control the Earth’s temperature or storminess.
The election of Trump was one of pure enjoyment for those concerned about silly, sovereignty threatening and purely symbolic climate policies that have been imposed on the United States without a single vote. Skeptics also enjoyed watching the grieving faces of the mainstream media on CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, as the Trump election night shock sunk in.
What they (the Democrats and warmists) are so afraid of is this: Trump is the first Republican Presidential nominee that has ever staked out a strongly science supported skeptical position not only on climate science claims, but also on the so-called “solutions.”
Trump is right on climate science and Trump rightly scares the (expletive) out of the warmists.
Climate skeptics are ready to get down to the serious business of working with a Trump Administration to begin overhauling the U.S. climate and energy policy and battling the climate activists and their ill-gotten agenda achieved through bypassing democracy.
The time for a Clexit has arrived, a U.S. exit from the U.N. Paris climate agreement.
Trump can now move forward with his scientifically sound and coherent climate and energy policy that he laid out during the campaign.
Skeptics look forward to the following Trump climate agenda:
Donald Trump said on May 26, 2016:
- Trump pledges to rip up Paris climate agreement in energy speech
- Trump railed against “draconian climate rules”
- Trump said he would “cancel” the Paris climate agreement –
- And withdraw any funding for United Nations programs related to global warming.