by Tribune-Review

The question of collusion, supposedly by climate-change “deniers” and industry “exploiters,” is more appropriately directed to the Democrat attorneys general in their United for Clean Power campaign. Emails reveal that prior to the AGs’ announced initiative, they received briefings from environmental activists…

So while some state AGs demand that ExxonMobil come clean on any climate-change deception — which ExxonMobil denies — and the U.S. Virgin Islands subpoenas the Competitive Enterprise Institute for its global-warming critiques, “Schneiderman’s office suggested their outside-activist green allies deceive the press,” said David Schnare, general counsel with the free market Energy & Environment Legal Institute.

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