On Thursday, Sam Levine, the Huffington Post’s associate politics editor, whined that the moderators of the Fox Business GOP debate didn’t ask a single question about non-existent global warming, er, climate change.
“Moderators of Thursday’s Republican presidential debate didn’t ask candidates a single question on climate change,” he wrote. Poor baby.
“Nor did the topic come up much at the Republican and Democratic debates last month,” he added. Now there’s a tear-jerker.
President Barack Obama has linked climate change to national security, and a 2014 Pentagon report called it a “threat multiplier.” A changing climate can limit the availability of natural resources, increase migratory pressures and lead to instability and conflict.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), a Republican front-runner in Iowa, has questioned the science behind global warming, even though scientists say there is overwhelming evidence that the climate is warming. Other GOP candidates have said that the threat posed by climate change pales compared with other national security threats the United States faces.
And that was the extent of his piece. He could have just said the same thing with one word: Waaaaaaah.
The fact remains that non-existent global warming is near the bottom of the list of voter concerns. And, as many have shown, global warming, or “climate change” as it’s called now, is nothing more than a scam to implement socialist policy and redistribution of wealth on a global scale.
So no, Sam, the GOP field didn’t get asked about global warming by the Fox Business debate moderators. Deal with it. And if you wish, we’ll be more than happy to send you a box of Kleenex tissue…
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