Former Obama officials operating shadow “science” network to push politicized climate data on an unsuspecting public

The New York Times had the latest dire warning about our impending doom from human-caused global warming/climate change: Government scientists from 13 agencies have all concluded, once again, that our modern society is killing the planet, “directly” contradicting President Donald J. Trump “and members of his Cabinet” who have dismissed such nonsense as a hoax.

“Evidence for a changing climate abounds, from the top of the atmosphere to the depths of the oceans,” said the as-yet-unreleased report, a copy of which just happened to be leaked to one of the Trump administration’s most critical newspapers.

The Times continued:

The authors note that thousands of studies, conducted by tens of thousands of scientists, have documented climate changes on land and in the air. “Many lines of evidence demonstrate that human activities, especially emissions of greenhouse (heat-trapping) gases, are primarily responsible for recent observed climate change,” they wrote.

It truly is the end of the world as we know it — right? And this report comes just as the president confirmed to the UN that he has formally pulled the United States out of that massive wealth transfer scheme otherwise known as the Paris Climate Accords. How ironic, huh? (Related: This former EPA official is so duped by the hoax she resigned over it.)

Except that none of this was just coincidental. In fact, you could even say this has all been planned out by sycophantic supporters of the last president, Barack Obama.

As reported by the Washington Free Beacon, there is an unofficial “shadow” office filled with Obama loyalists pushing the previous administration’s science agenda, which of course includes the global warming/climate change hoax.

The site noted:

The group of science experts who left the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) after President Donald Trump took office “is informal yet organized,” according to a report from the health-oriented news website Stat.

Members of the organization, numbering in the dozens, have given advice and counsel to Democrats in Congress, while consulting with scientific groups and societies and have even held group-wide strategy sessions. They have also remained engaged in the former administration’s science agenda out of a presumed “sense of necessity,” Stat reports.

The people who make up the informal group see Trump as a threat to science or, more correctly, to their Left-wing science agenda, a major departure from the self-described “science geek,” Obama himself.

“At a time when the Trump administration has flouted the advice of the broader scientific community, they see themselves as filling a void within the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, which has been serving the president since 1976,” Stat reported.

Starting to get the picture? This development, coupled with the leak of the latest dire ‘world is ending’ “climate” report to the Times, and it all makes sense.

“There was no chance that this team was going to go work only in Silicon Valley or for lobbying firms,” a former staffer told Stat. “A lot of people feel a sense of personal responsibility to use what we learned for the greater good at a time when the federal government is averse to things we think are really important.”

Translated, that means at a time when Americans finally have a president and an administration that is on to these hoaxers, now more than ever they need to undermine Trump, subvert legitimate climate science and continue to push a scare tactic that, if ever realized, will lead to global authoritarianism and the death of American individualism, freedom, and liberty.

As for the leaked “science” report, the best that the “scientists from 13 agencies” could come up with is a half-degree of warming over the next century.

Meanwhile, real scientific studies say the government’s scientists are full of it.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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