White House To Unveil Climate Change Website That Scares Americans

White House advisor John Podesta, a Soros minion, behind new site

The White House will introduce a new website Wednesday that will present the dangers of climate change in "eye-catching digital presentations" according to the New York Times. The new site, which President Obama hopes will allow "Americans to see how climate change will remake their own backyards" is part of the White House effort to make the alleged threats of climate change more real. 

In theory, the app, at climate.data.gov, would be a powerful tool, allowing local governments or home and business owners to type in an address — as they do on sites like Google Earth — to quickly see how the projected rise in sea levels might increase the chance that their house will be flooded in the coming years.

White House senior advisor John Podesta, a former lobbyist and current chairman of the board of the George Soros-funded Center for American Progress, has been tasked with finding a way to build political support for the White House's climate change agenda. The app at climate.data.gov is part of that effort, though initially the site will only be a "clearinghouse" for climate change data from a variety of federal agencies, including NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration .

 

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