DAILYKENN.com -- I don't believe it either, President Trump.
When I was in high school (1968-1971), Time mag did an expose on the environment. Knowing the far left leaning of Time, I dismissed the report as anti-free market nonsense.
In the meantime (about 50 years) I have watched the far left spin the nuclear freeze scare, the global warming scare, the overpopulation scare, and now the climate change scare. Apparently the human mind innately gravitates towards Armageddon-type outlooks. The far left manipulates that to advance its big-government and anti-free market agenda.
For the record: I've never met a climate change denier. Everyone believes the climate is in a natural and permanent flux. It changes. It always has. It always will.
At issue is the cause of the change.
The climate was changing countless millennia prior to the industrial revolution. The assertions of the far left are false equivalent. There is a correlation between free-market economies and climate change; but it's not causal.
From thegatewaypundit.com ▼ Cristina Laila
Liberals Go Ballistic After President Trump Snubs ‘Climate Change’ Warning
On Monday, President Trump dismissed a dire warning after a report on ‘Climate Change’ was released by his own administration Friday.
A study was conducted by 13 federal agencies and over 300 climate change ‘scientists’ and concluded climate change is ‘man-made and would have a devastating effect on the world’s economy.’
Liberals went ballistic after President Trump dismissed the climate change hoax.
“I’ve seen it. I’ve read some of it. And it’s fine,” Trump said of the report.
'I don’t believe it,’ Trump added.
BREAKING: Trump on dire warning issued by his administration on economic effects of climate change: 'I don't believe it'— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) November 26, 2018
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