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Trump Destroys Climate Change

Trump Destroys Climate Change
February 15
19:19 2019

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., kicked off her 2020 bid for the White House with a vow to combat global warming, and President Trump said: “Snow Kidding?”

The Democrat from Minnesota announced her campaign for the Democratic nomination in the middle of a snowstorm, which prompted Trump to tweet, “Well, it happened again. Amy Klobuchar announced that she is running for President, talking proudly of fighting global warming while standing in a virtual blizzard of snow, ice, and freezing temperatures. Bad timing. By the end of her speech, she looked like a Snowman(woman)!”

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According to Fox News, Klobuchar previously endorsed the so-called “Green New Deal,” a massive Democratic legislative program that promises to combat climate change, in part through a massive influx in spending. Republicans have decried it as unrealistic.

Klobuchar Says Climate Change Legislation Will be Cornerstone of Campaign

In her announcement as a candidate for 2020, Klobuchar vowed to rejoin the 2015 Paris Climate agreement. The Trump administration had pulled out of the unpopular deal in 2017.

“The people are on our side when it comes to climate change,” Klobuchar told supporters. “Why? Because like you and I, they believe in science. That’s why in the first 100 days of my administration, I will reinstate the [Obama-era] clean power rules and the gas mileage standards and put forth sweeping legislation to invest in green jobs and infrastructure.”

Klobuchar later responded to Trump’s tweet by saying she was “looking forward to debating you about climate change (and many other issues). And I wonder how your hair would fare in a blizzard?”
Trump has used his Twitter account to lash into his would-be White House challengers quickly. Previously, when Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren formally launched her bid for the presidency, the president queried whether she would run “as our first Native American presidential candidate, or has she decided that after 32 years, this is not playing so well anymore?

“See you on the campaign TRAIL, Liz!” Trump added in a further shot at Warren’s disputed claim to have Native American ancestry.

If nothing else, the 2020 race is going to make for some great tweets!

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  1. Grumpy
    Grumpy February 17, 19:38

    Climate Change has been a natural phenomenon since the beginning of this Earth..As George Carlin stated “The Earth Will Heal Itself”..and I would add with no help from naive,disingenuous Politicians..!!

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    • Drew
      Drew February 19, 00:12

      Hello Grumpy

      Sometimes I’m a 58 yr old grumpy fart just like your most venerable self. Thank you for saying what ” Climate Change ” truly is in a nutshell. Your final quip about the naive & ingenious prompts a right, royal good old belly laugh that enlightens & improves everyone’s day.

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  2. CrustyOldGeezer
    CrustyOldGeezer February 17, 19:49

    “By the end of her speech, she looked like a Snowman(woman)!” ”

    “SnowDORK” works for me.

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  3. Grumpy
    Grumpy February 17, 20:20

    The Earth has been in a Constant State of Climate Change since it’s creation.
    As George Carlin stated”The Earth Will Heal Itself”,..and I would add “with no help fro naive,disingenuous Politicians”..!!

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  4. Judy
    Judy February 17, 21:01

    He still has no idea of the difference between climate and weather.

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    • Tony
      Tony February 19, 08:58

      The climate makes the weather and the weather reflects the climate so don’t distract from the scientific fact that global warming or climate change is not caused by man, even if it doesn’t suit your political agenda!

      Reply to this comment
  5. ConnorV
    ConnorV February 17, 21:06

    For Klobucher(sic)”TRAIL” it will be campaign ‘TRIAL’. The fools and their money are soon departed. I like to think that this is what B.Obama meant by “Share the wealth”.

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  6. Democraps are loons
    Democraps are loons February 17, 22:01

    If they were so concerned about climate cange and truly believed that the cause was humans, they should be on a plane (maybe a natural gas plane) having discussions with China first that emit a tremendous amount more carbon emissions that thde U.S.

    But that’s not their mission. They’re mission is to control. Control business, your heathcare, your job, your retirement income…everything with their giveaway and guarantee everything programs.

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  7. stewartinoz
    stewartinoz February 17, 23:26

    Cover the Snowperson with Snoburkha and you be pretty close.

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  8. TA1
    TA1 February 18, 00:07

    the concept is not “global warming” it is CLIMATE CHANGE. Weather is subject to regional effects (read: geography and earth’s axial tilt among other things). Climate change is indicated by increase in severity of climate conditions. Look around you instead of trying to blame other people for pointing out that there is a problem.

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    • Belfast
      Belfast February 18, 02:34

      So there is no global warming?

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    • Drew
      Drew February 19, 00:22


      You are implicitly incorrect regarding both, ” Global Warming & Climate Change “.
      The simple truth is that the earth’s orbit around the Sun, its tilt & 24/7 rotation whilst doing this elliptical orbit is what causes the weather patterns that encompass it & affect all life that lives on it. So the above two statements are nothing more than blatant misnomers that are purposely used in a vain, narcissistic, elitist hope in controlling the masses.

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  9. Tsimple
    Tsimple February 18, 01:10

    there is a difference between climate and weather. To use one to condemn the other betrays a lack of understanding of the difference. On any given day the weather may be extreme at a particular time of the year. It is a short term condition. Climate on the other hand gives a long term description of what, on average, is happening to the weather. To suggest that one very cold day implies no global warming, as I said , betrays a lack of understanding of what is involved. Scientists are saying that over an extended period of time, for the last twenty or thirty years, global temperatures, on average, are trending upwards. This implies a changing climate with all that that implies. The burden of proof that this is not so lies with the skeptics.

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    • Tony
      Tony February 19, 09:09

      Global temperatures have risen by a mere 0.8 degrees over the past 100 years. So climate is amazingly stable. We have just come out of a recent 50-year warming cycle. Temperatures will continue to oscillate, regardless of CO2 concentrations. The climate alarmists’ fearmongering has no scientific basis unless we believe the models more than what we measure in reality! Satellite data even show a slight decline in global temperature, so lets relax and be positive about the future and concentrate on the real problems of today!

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  10. Benoit
    Benoit February 18, 02:44

    I wonder how can anyone deny global warming in 2019. Glaciers melt away, hurricanes surge earlier in the season, and UN studies all point out to the same conclusion: “the recent years have been the warmest….”. Greenhouse gases emitted by human intervention pile up in the atmosphere and get trapped up there. The Paris accord was signed by the vast majority of the countries in the world. How can you say it was “unpopular”? Unpopular to whom?

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    • Tony
      Tony February 19, 09:16

      You can’t trust the UN’s IPCC: Its mostly politics and bad if any science! Time will prove how wrong they are. Glaciers started melting before man-made CO2-emissions increased. They will grow again and hurricanes have decreased in frequency and strength. So what do you believe in – facts or fiction?

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  11. Bob
    Bob February 18, 05:06

    NO, TAI, the subject is Global Warming! Remember the Left said that as temperature would follow the upwards trend of CO2, when this failed to take place the Left changed the name to Climate Change. The temperature has been relatively stable since a recent peak in 1998 and has actually DECREASED for the past three years. Meanwhile the 1930’s remain our warmest decade (Just check Wiki for the number of high temp state records set in the ten years of the 1930 decade (23!) versus the paltry number of high temp records set in the nineteen years of the 2ist century (a paltry 3!)). Climate Change is a meaningless, unfalsifiable TAUTOLOGY. (Look it up)

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  12. O. Possum
    O. Possum February 18, 13:34

    Trump clearly appeals to all the people who failed Earth Science in 9th grade. After all, he did say “We love the poorly educated”
    Trump doesn’t know the difference between weather and climate. The only “destroying” was to his credibility.

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  13. Dale
    Dale February 18, 15:02

    For all you “climate change” believers, please answer this question. At what time in history did the climate NOT change?

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    • TA1
      TA1 February 18, 21:16

      i have no reason to think that the “climate did not change” in the past. The relevant concern is however twofold:
      1) the RATE at which it appears to be changing, is not readily explicable by autonomic geology/geography. Rather it does appear to be most obviously due to human behavior. This is hard to PROVE but if we fail to improve our treatment of our own planet’s limited resources, and it turns out we COULD HAVE DONE SO, there would be a point where there is no chance of recovery of those resources.

      2) more humans are alive today that all other prior centuries combined, and more of them live in regions of marginal conditions. Those areas are most likely to bear the brunt of the increasing intensity of weather conditions, and we have already seen that such disasters can wipe out large populations of humans and further endanger those whom it does not immediately kill.

      Moreover, the change in BEHAVIOR that would be necessary to abate this apparently trend toward greater damage to the environment, is really not that enormous, but it would affect the pocketbooks of people who are extremely wealthy and powerful (mostly energy-related multinationals and corporations who benefit from clear-cutting forest lands which produce oxygen and absorb greenhouse gases.

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