Janet Napolitano Creates Climate Change Task Force


The priorities of the Obama administration are just stunning. They grope and virtually strip innocent American travelers while refusing to profile likely terrorists. They ignore crimes against victims that don’t have the right color skin. They’re doing their best to implement regulations controlling the internet with unnecessary regulations. And now Janet Napolitano, head of the Department of Homeland Security, is creating a climate change task force. I kid you not. She announced it at an “environment justice” conference at the White House.

Napolitano explained that the task force was charged with “identifying and assessing the impact that climate change could have on the missions and operations of the Department of Homeland Security.”

According to the former Arizona governor, the task force would address specific questions, including:

“How will FEMA work with state and local partners to plan for increased flooding or wildfire or hurricane activity that is more serious than we’ve seen before? What assistance can the Coast Guard bring to bear to assist remote villages in, for example, Alaska which already have been negatively affected by changes up in the Arctic?”

The findings from the Homeland Security Department (DHS) also asked: “(H)ow can we focus on how climate change is going to affect our rural citizenry including those who live along our boarders both northern and southern?”

Napolitano did not elaborate on the new task force and the Department of Homeland Security has yet to respond to requests by CNSNews.com for additional information on the task force.

But wasn’t Obama going to stop the rising of the sea?