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Kristin Ryan |

Over the past week, I’ve seen the hate for Donald Trump reach a new level, the level of insanity. The level I’m not sure people are even able to grasp reality anymore. This is terrifying. There are people who actually believe President Trump has created these hurricanes to kill certain races. Yes, in fact, several Facebook and Twitter posts have gone viral this week stating such outrageous “facts”. This is currently where we are, and I feel like I’m on a crazy train.

While I agree weather manipulation is a real possibility and I even believe our government has used in the past, I don’t believe this is one of those times. It’s common knowledge that in Vietnam they were able to “make it rain”, using chem trails, that’s a long way from creating devastating hurricanes. I’m also very aware of HAARP. I’m not willing to completely cover my red MAGA hat in tin foil, just yet. My personal beliefs are if anyone was creating hurricanes wouldn’t it be someone like Russia or China and not the USA? I’m not understanding the logic behind us creating our own catastrophic events. (I also say that knowing the official story of 9/11 isn’t the truth.) The full grasp of climate change isn’t something I can do, yet.

The Paris Agreement was a bad deal all the way around. Let’s look at the facts. The cost: It was costing taxpayers money, which I personally believe could be spent elsewhere like finding other ways to promote clean energy.

So now that I’ve publicly stated I don’t believe our government has done this, then who or what do I blame. The most common answer people want me to say is climate change. Sorry to disappoint but I’m not fully there yet either. I do believe in some aspects of climate change, so before you publicly destroy me hear me out. I do believe we do take some responsibility but I think it’s been overblown and become a money making scheme with Al Gore as the CEO. According to Al Gore, I should be writing this underwater currently, shocker I’m still on dry land. Even our government has had to come out and admit their own scientist mislead the public on statistics after Wikileaks’s busted them. Say what you will about Wikileaks’s but they have kept our government somewhat honest and I think we can all appreciate that.

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Needless to say, I was very much in favor of us leaving the Paris Agreement, and honestly, I don’t understand why most Americans weren’t. The Paris Agreement was a bad deal all the way around. Let’s look at the facts. The cost: It was costing taxpayers money, which I personally believe could be spent elsewhere like finding other ways to promote clean energy. In theory, it is ineffective. You can’t be seriously concerned about the environment and think what China is doing is okay. The US and China aren’t even comparable on carbon emissions. China pollutes more than any other country in the world. However, the agreement allows China to pump as much pollution into the air while saying “we will check back in 5 years”.

My solution. I’m 100% in favor of promoting and researching clean energy. I think a better way to use that money is to find and create better ways to do this and share with others.

Why should the US be pouring money into something that benefits China’s economy while also polluting the earth? If you truly care about the environment your anger should be directed at China, not the US. The long-term: So scientists say if everyone was to do everything correctly for a number of years. 100% follow the agreement it would actually do basically nothing for the environment. It would lower the core temp by .2.Not even a full degree, and that’s if it was executed perfectly, which will never happen.

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My solution. I’m 100% in favor of promoting and researching clean energy. I think a better way to use that money is to find and create better ways to do this and share with others.This would, in fact, create American jobs and jobs all over the world. I’m very much in favor of helping other countries both on the energy aspect and economic growth. Logically this seems like a much better option to help the environment if that’s what it’s really about.

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While I know my opinion won’t be popular to many, I ask you to think about the things I said. So in summary, no President Trump isn’t creating racist hurricanes (did I really just have to say that?).Hurricanes have always happened, and always will. Within, the past 10 years we’ve had many “slow” hurricane seasons, just not this year.Unless Mother Nature has “real feelings and emotions” she doesn’t know about us leaving the Paris Agreement so also not the cause. I’ll leave you with this question.Was this ever about the environment or a globalist agenda?

Kristin Ryan is a veteran of the United States Army and has a keen interest in politics and psychology.The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Global Village Space’s editorial policy.

Kristin Ryan is a veteran of United States Army with a keen interest in politics and psychology.

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