Barack Obama’s global warming junk science task force met on Tuesday despite the low temperatures and snowstorm outside.
The Daily Caller reported:
Despite the Washington, D.C. metro area being covered in snow on Tuesday, the White House’s Task Force on Climate Preparedness held its first meeting to discuss strategies for adapting to global warming.
According to a tweet from Democratic Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, President Obama’s task force still met as scheduled despite temperatures in the low 30s this morning and lots of snow. According to the Weather Channel the D.C. area has gotten an estimated 2.1 inches of snowfall in the last 24 hours.
Was in DC this morning, ready to #ActOnClimate at first @WhiteHouse Task Force on Climate Preparedness mtg pic.twitter.com/anvRz45dv5— Governor Inslee (@GovInslee) December 10, 2013
Obama’s climate task force was established through executive order in November as part of the president’s plan to tackle global warming using his executive authority.
The task force was established to advise the Obama administration “on how the Federal Government can respond to the needs of communities nationwide that are dealing with the impacts of climate change,” according to the White House.