She acts like 2029 is decades away.— Brian Doherty (@BDOH) July 24, 2023
Clown show presidency— Ryan Ledendecker (@LedStorms) July 24, 2023
I don’t care when it’s enacted pic.twitter.com/lgZZ7JdInL— David May 🇺🇸 (@_davidmay) July 24, 2023
For decades, Democrats and their media lapdogs have been rabidly hyping the narrative that climate change is an imminent existential threat to mankind, despite the fact that these statements stoke unnecessary public panic and erode the credibility of legitimate environmental scientists who don’t endorse this mass hysteria. Environmental expert Patrick Moore, the co-founder of Greenpeace, has repeatedly asserted that there is “zero evidence” we’re in the midst of a climate emergency. [firefly_poll] Moore torpedoed climate alarmism as pseudoscientific propaganda whose goal is to redistribute wealth and usher in a new world order. “It is clear that the highly exaggerated claims … are not so much out of concern for endangered species as they are a front for a radical political, social and economic ‘transformation’ of our entire civilization,” Moore said during a 2019 congressional hearing. There’s consensus within the scientific community that human activity has contributed to climate change. But what’s undetermined is the degree to which human actions accelerated it and whether “climate change” is an existential threat. And if so, is there anything realistically that we can do to prevent it? Earth has undergone five significant ice ages, according to History.com. Four occurred long before humans existed, thereby undermining the left-wing narrative that driving cars and using air conditioners fueled climate change. In 2019, the nonprofit Competitive Enterprise Institute compiled a 38-page report chronicling the numerous false predictions made by climate alarmists over the past 50 years. “Modern doomsayers have been predicting climate and environmental disaster since the 1960s,” the report asserted. “They continue to do so today. None of the apocalyptic predictions with due dates as of today have come true.”
They can’t outright ban gas use without issues, so they make it nearly impossible to acquire, use, or afford these things (eventually). They want you without. Stressed people in need are much easier to control.— Glimmer (@Glimmer2468) July 24, 2023
The conclusion of the five decades of failed apocalyptic predictions was that the false prophets hyperventilating about imminent existential threats were doing so to push partisan political agendas. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Decades of Time magazine covers from 1973 to 2007 feature dire climate change warnings, fearmongering, human extinction warnings, and more. pic.twitter.com/i94HSL8yZs— nikola 3 (@ronin19217435) March 31, 2023