On Saturday morning, reacting to Hurricane Ida and other recent extreme weather events, CNN delivered its latest one-sided discussion of the global warming issue, allowing climate alarmist Michael Mann to have the floor for eight minutes to make his case.
All CNN host Boris Sanchez offered was sympathetic prompts.
The Pennsylvania State University professor argued that Democrats will have to push new regulations to make radical changes without help from Republicans.
Sanchez poured out his empathy as some Americans refusing to take his predictions of doom seriously:
Stepping aside from your expertise and your experience as a scientist — as a human being, it has to be incredibly frustrating for you to point this out and to be sounding the alarm for decades, and, yet, there doesn’t seem to be any urgency among leadership that is required to meet the moment.
In spite of environmental alarmists having a history of making predictions that don’t come true, Mann asserted that he laments that so many of his dire predictions allegedly do come true.
“Literally, you know, 30 years ago — the scientific community had already come to the conclusion that we could see the impact of human-caused climate change, and it would get much worse if we didn’t take action.”
No one at CNN notes that 30 years ago, these alarmists said we had maybe 10 years to stave off doom.
And even though several hurricanes in the past have been stronger than Ida — and several others tied with it in strength — Mann claimed that its strength was a sign that there will soon be Category 6 hurricanes. Sanchez could only ask “What’s your message to lawmakers?”
Mann endorsed regulations pushed by radical Democrats as he responded:
“I would say there are a couple of stragglers right now in the Democratic party. In order to get meaningful action — unfortunately, Republicans are unwilling to act — Democrats are need to going to (sic) get that legislation through on a purely partisan basis.”
But Mann often sounds like a Democrat, as Climate Depot reminds us:
A second Trump term would be ‘game over’ for the climate, says top scientist
Michael Mann: ‘Tucker Carlson is both a climate change denier and a racist f#ck’
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