Debunked: Florida Gov Scott DID NOT ban ‘global warming’ from state documents

The debunking, curiously enough, comes from a warmist at 350.org.

Over the past few days, the MSM has been running amok with claims that Florida Gov. Rick Scott banned the use of the terms “climate change” and “global warming” in state documents and communications.

But a former Florida state contractor, who is now the director of a state chapter of 350.org, admitted to the Florida Times Union as follows:

350 admits florida

So we’re left with a fuzzy claim of “workplace culture” — which probably translates to “Republicans don’t encourage warmism as a means of fomenting global revolution.”

Let’s also note that Big Climate failed to get riled up when Secretary of Interior Sally Jewel engaged in what we termed “skeptic cleansing” from her Department.

2 thoughts on “Debunked: Florida Gov Scott DID NOT ban ‘global warming’ from state documents”

  1. More accurately, “workplace culture” in Florida did not encourage making unfounded, exaggerated claims about climate change.

    Telling people to present facts and not tell lies is considered evil by the MSM when it contradicts their agenda.

  2. “Workplace culture” is a powerful force.
    It allowed senior staff in the State Department to fail to notify their Secretary of key events in order to preserve her ‘plausible deniability’.
    It allows the POTUS to claim that he first heard about the transgressions of his selected appointees ‘from the news’.
    When you are deliberately coddled like a mushroom (kept in the dark and fed high-grade fertilizer) by your own staff, you don’t have to lie to avoid divulging the ‘inconvenient truth’.

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