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Tags: dinesh dsouza | loretta lynch | climate change | global warming

Dinesh D'Souza: 'Vaguely Stalinist' for DOJ to Go After Climate 'Deniers'

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By    |   Thursday, 10 March 2016 09:46 PM

Attorney Gen. Loretta Lynch's disclosure to a Senate committee that the Justice Department had discussed lawsuits against climate change "deniers" was "vaguely Stalinist," political commentator Dinesh D'Souza told Newsmax TV on Thursday.

"By that, I mean the notion that if you disagree with them," D'Souza told "The Steve Malzberg Show" in an interview. "You and I can look out the window and we can come to a different assessment of whether or not it's going to rain.

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"You and I can both look at our experience, we can look at data, we can come to conclusions on whether the globe is getting hotter or cooler.

"Even the people who claim climate change claim that it’s a change of one degree, roughly over a century," D'Souza said. "Reasonable people, at the very least, can disagree about this, the notion that they want to actually refer to the FBI is downright creepy.

"These are creepy people and they have a creepy agenda," he told Malzberg. "There's a new sensibility afoot in America — and it's a very dark one."

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Attorney Gen. Loretta Lynch's disclosure to a Senate committee that the Justice Department had discussed lawsuits against climate change "deniers" was "vaguely Stalinist," political commentator Dinesh D'Souza told Newsmax TV on Thursday.
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