The highest paid climate change “expert” in the country says he “got a rush” out of lying
The United States’ highest paid climate change expert has been sentenced to 32 months in federal prison on fraud charges.
John C. Beale’s crimes were “inexplicable” and “unbelievably egregious,” said Judge Ellen Huvelle in imposing the sentence in a Washington. D.C. federal court.
Beale drew a $200,000 plus salary per year and regularly travelled around the world staying high end hotels – all at the taxpayer’s expense – while claiming to be saving the world from global warming as well as working for the CIA on covert assignments.
The Western media in chorus is accusing the Syrian government and its allies including Russia and Iran of “crimes against humanity” for having liberated Aleppo from the clutch of Al Qaeda terrorists. “Putin and Assad could face justice for war crimes in Syria” according to the Washington Post.
In the media coverage of Aleppo, the Al Qaeda affiliated terrorists are casually described as opposition “rebels” waging a “revolution” against the government of Bashar al Assad, who is portrayed as a “dictator”.
The media propaganda campaign has gone into high gear. The words “Al Qaeda”, “Al Nusra” or “terrorists” are simply not mentioned in recent media reports. It never happened. “Opposition rebels” committed to democracy have been crushed by the Russians, according to “authoritative” media sources.
That Russian hackers somehow compromised the U.S. presidential elections to install Donald Trump so fits the political establishment’s preferred narrative, any information to the contrary — even from the mouths of people with direct knowledge — has been brutally criticized, and even labeled “fake.”
While certain unnamed officials in the CIA — and the once-illustrious Washington Post and New York Times — might implore Americans to believe shady Russian government actors hacked into the email systems of the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, they have yet to offer a shred of evidence to back this claim.