There are more important things in the news today, but who can say no to pot shots at Chris Cuomo? (see GOP Congressman Owns CNN’s Chris Cuomo on ObamaCare Repeal and CNN’s Chris Cuomo Goes Full Moron. Demands Evidence of No Evidence…). While KellyAnne Conway and the White House are focused on helping Texans, Chris Cuomo wants to use the hurricane to politicize climate.
Conway wasn’t having it.
CHRIS CUOMO: People lost everything and I wanted to take a minute away from letting people know how they can help to recite a few leftists talking points on global change climate warming.
KELLYANNE CONWAY: Chris, we’re trying to help the people whose lives are literally underwater, and you want to have a conversation about climate change. I mean, that is — I’m not going to engage in that right now because I work for a president and a vice president and a country that is very focused on helping the millions of affected Texans, and, god forbid, Louisianans.
CHRIS CUOMO: My parents always loved my brother more than me.
Never let an American tragedy get in the way of a political agenda. Amirite?
Chris Cuomo’s talking points on climate change are why it’s hard for us to take people who spout out talking points on climate change seriously. Hurricanes are natural disasters. Like tornados, tsunamis, earthquakes, volcano eruptions, flooding, droughts, famines, diseases, and feminist comedians. To name just a few. Mother Nature is a violent, deadly force and has been for its entire existence. The planet has any number of ways to control the human population. And by “control” I mean “curb” which in this instance means “kill a percentage of.” In case Chris needed a break down.
When it comes to “climate change science” it would be nice to see a modicum of humility. Which doesn’t take the form of some television dingus crediting human beings for a natural disaster, especially as that disaster is currently ongoing. It’s embarrassing.