Trump's White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney asked NOAA scientists to lie about the weather for Donald Trump.
A U.S. House panel on Wednesday opened an investigation into U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' potential role in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's decision to rebuke an Alabama weather service office for dismissing a warning on Twitter from President Donald Trump about Hurricane Dorian.
Wilbur Ross is under Commerce Department IG investigation for threatening to fire weather officials who disagreed with Trump's fake weather forecast.
The scandal has gone beyond a Sharpie as government employees say that they felt pressured to from above to put out an inaccurate hurricane forecast.
The Washington Post reported:
The agency sent a similar message warning scientists and meteorologists not to speak out on Sept. 4, after Trump showed a hurricane map from Aug. 29 modified with a hand-drawn, half-circle in black Sharpie around Alabama.
Trump's budget directs dollars away from the people who need it most, vulnerable children and the elderly, to fill the swamp he promised to drain
Blustering, dishonest and wrong about nearly everything, Donald Trump might prove to be just what we needed to draw attention to the dangers of global warming
Americans face greater threats of extreme weather, seal level rise, water scarcity, heat waves, and wildfires, and biological systems disturbance.
Mr. Regalado’s endorsement comes at a time when the sea level has risen an unprecedented 5 inches all along the Atlantic coastline.
When NOAA published research using empirical data to refute GOP climate-change denial, Lamar Smith (R-TX) subpoenaed to the scientists
Drowning in evidence, Cruz denies there is evidence, and then claims if we say he "denies" it we're proving climate change is a religion
Armed with "suspicious subpoena power," the House Science Committee is using its authority to conduct a witch hunt against NOAA scientists for doing the job they are paid to do; study the oceans and atmosphere and publish the results.
The Koch brothers are executing a well-planned assault on the Pope by portraying him as a Pagan and his followers as un-American
House Republicans are already threatening to deny disaster relief funding for Hurricane Isaac unless they get more budget cuts.
Neil Cavuto thinks if we drill our record heat will be a problem of the past and that while our economy is sucky the climate is just ducky