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Bernie Sanders Compared Climate Change to… 9/11?
At least when George Bush blamed everything on 9/11, it made sense. Because you know, terrorism. Bernie Sanders (and leftists in general) trying to compare 9/11 to global climate warming change cooling?
Sanders hit rival Hillary Clinton for donations from fossil fuel workers to her campaign, and he said that people had to realize it was a “global environmental crisis of unprecedented urgency.”
“If we, God forbid, were attacked tomorrow, the whole country would rise up and say, ‘We’ve got an enemy out there, we’ve got to do something about it,” Sanders said. “That’s what 9/11 was about. We have an enemy out there, and that enemy is going to cause drought and floods and extreme weather disturbances. There is going to be international conflict.”
He added he was proud to have introduced comprehensive climate change legislation, which includes a tax on carbon.
Need we keep saying it? It's like a freaking echo chamber in here. Global warming climate cooling change is fake. As in humans cannot change the climate of the planet. The people who keep pushing global climate cooling change have something to gain by it. In the form of grants (for "scientists") or to exercise more control over people... via raised taxes, more regulations, and a general feeling of grand control over the people (related Dear Leonardo DiCaprio: You Self-Righteous, Hypocritical, Energy-Guzzling Jackass).
Also, and this is key, how much of a crapweasel do you have to be to compare a terrorist attack to changing climate? I mean for realzies? Check out this segue: Remember that time Bernie blamed ISIS on climate change? And people want this guy to be president?