This isn’t the fraud they should be worrying about

Obama_Quote_000_xlargeEPA’s top “global warming” [sic] specialist to be sentenced for fraudulently pretending to be a CIA spy.

Two new reports by the EPA inspector general’s office conclude that top officials at the agency “enabled” Beale by failing to verify any of his phony cover stories about CIA work, and failing to check on hundreds of thousands of dollars paid him in undeserved bonuses and travel expenses — including first-class trips to London where he stayed at five-star hotels and racked up thousands in bills for limos and taxis.

The guy stole less than a million bucks; how much has the global warming scam he and his partners in crime cost taxpayers and businesses?


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7 responses to “This isn’t the fraud they should be worrying about

  1. AJ

    And the next big fraud is….

    ‘Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP): Bigger and More Dangerous Than ObamaCare (Video)’

    “… The Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, as it is called, is an all-out assault on our national sovereignty. It would unconstitutionally transfer legislative powers from the U.S. Congress, our state legislatures, and our city and county governments to multi-national corporations and unaccountable international bureaucrats at the World Trade Organization, or WTO. Incredibly, it also would transfer judicial powers from our federal and state courts — which are bad enough — to globalist TPP judges at regional tribunals and the WTO. It would also confer huge advantages on foreign businesses and large multinationals, while at the same time putting companies that operate here in America — especially small and medium-sized enterprises — at a competitive disadvantage. American businesses would remain shackled by the regulations of EPA, FDA, OSHA, etc. while their foreign competitors could operate here unimpeded by those same strictures. …”

  2. AJ

    I thought the “Under my plan of cap-and -trade, electricity rates would skyrocket” quote was a joke. Apparently not (See 0:33):

  3. Peg

    Algore alone has scammed over $1 billion.

  4. AJ

    This one is for JRH who actually thinks the government — you know, guys who run for election, like the president, house reps, and senators — is running things.

    “… One of the more jaw-dropping moments to emerge out of 60 Minutes’ profile piece on the National Security Agency yesterday was when NSA Director Keith Alexander had to ask permission from his superiors on whether or not he could answer a question.

    The report, headed up by John Miller, himself a former FBI and National Intelligence official, was basically a soapbox for the NSA to downplay its malfeasance in light of the Edward Snowden revelations.

    “Did the NSA actually find a foreign power that had identified this capability and discussed using it offensively,” Miller asks Alexander at the 2:45 mark in the clip above.

    Alexander is about to speak but then turns his head towards what Miller describes as a “crowd of people in the dark,” and states, “I need time out on that.”

    According to Miller, Alexander then asked this group of people, “Can I answer that?”

    Bear in mind that Alexander is the highest ranking individual in the National Security Agency and moreover a four-star general. Alexander is also Chief of the Central Security Service (CHCSS) and Commander of U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM).

    If Alexander is supposedly the top guy at the NSA, why does he need to ask shadowy advisors lurking in the background if he can even address a question?

    And who exactly are this group of shadowy people who have the power to give orders to the Director of the NSA and why don’t we know their names? …”

  5. Cousin Keith will not lie…
    He is outnumbered…
    he advanced amnesty to a non illegal alien….

  6. Gore the bore would be my nominee!