Study Explains Why The Press Is Drinking The Kool-Aid

The press is 95% Democrats. Democrats only listen to people who make them feel guilty.

While public opinion on climate change might be polarized, it’s a stark contrast to the scientific community’s unified stance regarding the warming of our planet. The latest research finds public understanding of the issue falls along political party lines, with Republicans most often saying Earth’s climate is either not changing or agreeing it is changing — but that those changes are due to natural causes.

Democrats, on the other hand, most often agreed that the climate is changing now due mainly to human activities. The research is published in a report put out by the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey Institute and announced this week.

No doubt the pre-1900 ice loss in Glacier Bay was due to human activities.

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8 Responses to Study Explains Why The Press Is Drinking The Kool-Aid

  1. Tony Duncan says:


    yes, the press just lined up behind democratic president George W Bush and just accepted the lies and fabrications in spite of abundant evidence to the contrary. Too bad it wasn’t a republican Prez trying to start the war in Iraq, or we luckily never would have been fooled!

  2. R. de Haan says:

    Our news is syndicated, our political establishment is syndicated, our banks are syndicated, big oil is syndicated, with regards to the MAFIA.

  3. Traitor in Chief says:

    Today’s Democrat is a Socialist. Socialists have a death wish. They’re deep enough into the cult of Marxism to have lost their sense of reason, and are instead driven by emotion…. Very often the desire of self destruction. They tend to be gullible useless idiots…. seeking someone, anyone, offering them a glass of Kool aid, so that they can board the mother ship.

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    There are an awful lot of scientists posting here that are anything but “unified” with the party line.

  5. Gail Combs says:

    I counted well over 300 scientists who posted comments at WUWT often under an Alias to protect their jobs.

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