Author of NYTimes skeptic smear Justin Gillis ADMITTED he is a crusader for warmism
Gillis explains to CJR how he came to work on the climate beat while on a fellowship at MIT and Harvard:
'I started taking classes and the more I learned, the more I thought to myself, “This is the biggest problem we have—bigger than global poverty. Why am I not working on it?” From there, the question was, how do I get myself into a position to work on the problem?'
On the East Anglia emails that were released in 2009 Gillis makes a strong statement:
One was forced to read the e-mails and ask, “Do they suggest any sort of scientific misconduct?” As we studied them, it became clear to me that they didn’t, so we asked ourselves, “How do we respond in this situation when the evidence is all pointing in the same direction?”
Prof. Roger Pielke Jr.: ‘Good guys, bad guys. All the evidence. One direction. That explains the lack of nuance in the NYT reporting of climate change science and politics.’