December 5, 2012 4:30 PM ET
It’s been a busy year for TV weathercasters: July was the hottest month ever recorded in the United States, unprecedented wildfires scorched the West, the worst drought in 50 years parched two-thirds of the county. Then, in October, Hurricane Sandy slammed into New York and New Jersey. Yet the cause of much of the meteorological mayhem – global warming – was rarely mentioned on air. The reason: There’s a shockingly high chance that your friendly TV weatherman is a full-blown climate denier.
The problem is that weathermen don’t buy into the lies being propagated by climate alarmists.
- July 1901 was hotter before adjustments
- 2012 has seen the fewest US fires in twenty years
- The 1988 drought almost dried up the Mississippi River
- Major hurricane strikes in the US are at an all-time low
The Taliban demand submission to their religious superstition, as do the climate Taliban.