Climate headline chasing every time some bad weather arrives is not a good look, and has nothing to do with science.
By Craig Rucker ~
Hurricane Ida brought powerful wind and rain to Louisiana and drenched the Northeast.
Devastating fires have consumed California forests and burned people out of their homes.
Politicians and pressure groups, from President Biden on down, rushed to capitalize on people’s heart-rending losses, and exploit them to push the global warming narrative.
President Biden said, “The past few days of Hurricane Ida and the unprecedented flash floods in New York and New Jersey is yet another reminder these extreme storms and the climate crisis are here.”
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said, “Global warming is upon us, and it’s going to get worse, and worse, and worse, and that’s why it’s so imperative that we pass the two bills.”
Embattled Governor Gary Newsom, speaking on the Caldor and Dixie fires, vowed to “continue to lead on climate change, and that is our resolve and…
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September 4, 2021 at 11:03AM