New evidence emerges to show that climate change is a criminal science fraud ring run by corrupt pseudoscience puppets

Monday, November 4, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Monday, November 04, 2019

For the pivotal role he played in spreading mass climate hysteria, Professor Michael E. Mann of Penn State University belongs in prison.

This is the opinion of Pat Boone, the legendary rock star descendant of pioneer Daniel Boone, who’s uncovered some pretty serious scientific fraud as it pertains to the official climate change narrative – a narrative that wouldn’t have been possible to construct were it not for Mann’s creation of the infamously fraudulent “hockey stick” data graph.

As we’ve been reporting, Mann now finds himself in some pretty hot water since it’s been revealed that his hockey stick is more of a hokey stick, as it holds absolutely no scientific weight.

The recent verdict in the case of Mann v. Ball proves that Mann pretty much contrived his hockey stick out of thin air. Though every mainstream media and mainstream science outlet on the planet accepted it as if it was gospel truth, the reality is that it’s patently false – and those paying attention are now fully aware of how Mann pulled a fast one on the world.

Hilariously, Mann tried to sue actual climate scientist Dr. Tim Ball for libel after Ball called Mann out for this scam. But Mann’s case was ultimately dismissed after more than eight years of him refusing to present his datasets to the court, which we can only guess don’t actually exist since he refuses to comply.

Even so, Mann’s conclusion that man-made climate change is still somehow real has continued to persist, resulting in billions, if not trillions, of dollars being stolen from the hard-working people of this country who’ve been hoodwinked into supporting climate policies that were crafted around Mann’s lies.

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