During a recent segment of CNN's "Reality Check" program, political analyst John Avlon made the implication that hurricanes like this are happening because Trump is ignoring "climate science."
"On the same day Trump was discussing [Hurricane] Florence, his EPA proposed rolling back restrictions on emissions of methane," Avlon stated, insinuating that cow flatulence, in essence, is responsible for severe weather events.
"That's just the latest environmental policy targeted by the Trump administration," Avlon added, stating plainly that the longer Trump ignores "climate science," the "cost of lives and dollars will escalate."
Avlon is relying on "science" from so-called "scientists" at Harvard University who actually made the claim that President Trump's decision to remove the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement will cause more hurricanes and other natural disasters to occur, leading to 80,000 deaths every 10 years.
"It is so bad, according to two Harvard scientists, [that it] could lead to 80,000 unnecessary deaths every decade," Avlon added with a straight face.
"Warmer water means more intense storms. When President Trump called Hurricane Florence tremendously wet, he was actually on to something."
Now, The Washington Post has taken things to a whole new level of crazy in declaring that President Trump is actually causing storms like Hurricane Florence.
Conjuring up imagery of Dr. Evil from the Austin Powers movie series, WaPo published a ridiculous commentary on September 11 accusing President Trump of being "complicit" in creating "extreme weather."
"He plays down humans' role in increasing the risks, and he continues to dismantle efforts to address those risks," wrote WaPo's "editorial board," which is listed as the commentary's "author."
"It is hard to attribute any single weather event to climate change. But there is no reasonable doubt that humans are priming the Earth’s systems to produce disasters."
Besides the fact that "climate change" has already been exposed as a total scam, even if it were occurring, there's no way that President Trump's decisions concerning the Paris Climate scam have anything to do with hurricanes or extreme weather.
It's also well beyond the point of absurdity to suggest that livestock farts in the form of methane are causing storms like Florence, Harvey, and others, seeing as how methane and other "greenhouse gases" are constantly being emitted in far greater quantities by things like volcanoes over which man has minimal to no influence, much less control.
This is just more politicized nonsense by fake news to try to make the President look bad, which only works on the most brain-dead of "resisters" who apparently can't even use common sense to figure out that Hurricane Florence has nothing to do with our Commander-in-Chief's decisions concerning American involvement in worthless global climate politics.
Meanwhile, President Trump's response to the hurricane, both prior to making landfall and during it's continued travel, has been nothing short of honorable. On-the-ground aid has been swift and well-coordinated, demonstrating, unlike any previous administration in recent history, that the President cares about Americans in the path of the storm and wants to make sure they receive the help they need.
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