Senator: refuse climate change issues doesn’t flout federal rule

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We have some good news, and then some more good news. First, the nationmight be spared Sheldon Whitehouse’s weekly addres on climate change, as the senator from Rhode Island along with a presidential entourage so large we fear it could tip over and overturn small island developing caught a fossil fuel-burning flight to Cuba and is currently has met with incarcerated dissidents. What’s that? Sorry, we meant to say he’s currently taking selfies and admiring Cuba’s architecture.

There’s no repudiating the knockout of the cathedral , nor the effects Pope Francis had on Raul Castro during his own #CubaVisit.” I am from the Cuban Communist Party, that doesnt grant disciples, but now we are allowing it ,” Castro said at the time, hinting he might even consider rejoining the Catholic Church, so impressed was he with the pope’s timely messages on climate change and other topics.

Oh yes, climate change issues. Again, Whitehouse is in Cuba, so it was left toa spokesperson to clarifya note the senator wrote in its answer to an editorial in the Wall Street Journal, which he says” regularly slopes with right-wing, climate denial clothes .”

Jailing nonconformists? WPRI’s Ted Nesi, who last weekend notedthat Whitehouse had consulted with U.S. Attorney GeneralLoretta Lynch about pursinglegal action against companionships that “deny” the settled discipline of climate change issues, received a letter fromRich Davidson illustrating just what Whitehouse was proposing.

Explains Davidson 😛 TAGEND

Simply repudiating climate change issues isnt what Senator Whitehouse conceives could transgress federal principle. Like courts noted with tobacco business, it can be a violation of the federal civil RICO statute when companies engage in industrial enterprises designed to mislead the public about the dangers of their products. The senators questions to the attorney general were to learn whether the Department of Justice is doing its due diligence to be determined whether fossil fuel special interests are extending a coordinated fraudulent great efforts to deceive the American people.

It’s such a relief to hear, we need to repeat it:” Simply repudiating climate change issues isnt what Senator Whitehouse believes could violate federal rule .”


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