5 thoughts on “NASA (i.e., taxpayer-paid) scientist participates in warmist group video mocking skeptics”

  1. A blatant violation of the Hatch Act – but Hansen did so for decades, was never reprimanded (much less charged and fired) and is now drawing a comfy pension, in addition to honoraria for speaking engagements and endorsements.

    Move along; nothing here.

  2. Apparently there are two schedules for categories of Federal workers.
    The less restricted category, which I assume low level NASA functionaries and climate fraudsters (redundant) belong to is restricted thusly;

    May express opinions about candidates and issues. If the expression is political activity, however – i.e., activity directed at the success or failure of a political party, candidate for partisan political office, or partisan political group – then the expression is not permitted while the employee is on duty, in any federal room or building, while wearing a uniform or official insignia, or using any federally owned or leased vehicle“.
    http://www.osc.gov/haFederalLessPermittedActivities.htm

    New changes to the “byzantine” restrictions of the 1939 version makes the Hatch act perfectly toothless against climate fraudsters, overzealous districts attorneys, or union operatives.

  3. Heard a rumor that this was up for an Academy Award for best short. Also heard that if it wins Al Gore was going to give the acceptance speech. Anything to try and stay relevant.

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