How Desperate Are They?

Michael Mann has me blocked on Twitter, but is retweeting complete crap from Internet stalkers pretending to be me.

How pathetic can human beings get?

Meanwhile, Twitter will ban skeptics at the drop of  hat, but they refuse to take action against people engaged in identity theft.

These cowards hide in the shadows, take cheap shots, and are afraid to debate. Because they know they would lose.

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15 Responses to How Desperate Are They?

  1. chick20112011 says:

    Really desperate. So desperate MSNBC is admitting there is a liberal, “green” billionaire who is going to use his money to attack Republican. (our friend Tom Steyer) Going to “punish” Republicans who “deny” the religion of “Climate Change”.

  2. gator69 says:

    File a complaint. One of the rules of twitter is this…

    Impersonation: You may not impersonate others through the Twitter service in a manner that does or is intended to mislead, confuse, or deceive others.

  3. Disillusioned says:

    Yes, they are desperate. The anti-Steve Goddard/Tony Heller fake websites are proof they have lost the battle. Their fraud has been exposed. All they have left is to use more lies, and do whatever they can to attempt to silence those who are exposing them.

    “How pathetic can human beings get?”

    Goebbels pathetic. Department for Agitation and Propaganda pathetic

  4. mat says:

    Tweet not least ye be tweeted…

  5. gator69 says:

    In life you need either inspiration or desperation.
    -Tony Robbins

    They have no inspiration.

  6. sunsettommy says:

    More bad MANNers from the bald one.

  7. omanuel says:

    All of Stalin’s little helpers are desperate as seventy years (1945-2015) of government deceit is now in danger if public exposure.

    The entire structure of post-WWII science will have to be rebuilt, after constitutional limits are reinstated on our government.

  8. libsarenavelint says:

    You are threatening The Hive:

    “Civil rights,” feminism, environmentalism, national health care, gun control, and abortion on demand may not seem intrinsically related, but they all extend the authority and power of the centralized state over private relations. The Hive intuits this with almost infallible accuracy, so the liberal bees support and promote such causes at every turn.
    By using pragmatic language for its agenda, the Hive misleads the general public about its ultimate goals. It gains power as ordinary people adopt its language without grasping the implications. After all, who could oppose such worthy causes as “civil rights,” “a woman’s right to choose,” “protecting our children,” and “saving the environment”? The news media use the buzzwords of the Hive so habitually that they have become virtual organs of the Hive. The typical bee isn’t a fanatical Marxist-Leninist; it’s Dan Rather or Katie Couric.”

    More on The Hive:

  9. DavidS says:

    When they resort to dirty tricks, then you know that you are doing the right thing and you have them very concerned.

  10. Yep… they want Funding and Control… NOT Debate…

  11. Expecting a serious debate from a warmster is like expecting Al Capone to debate with those guys on valentines day. They took science and lined it up against the wall. They took a machine gun to science.

  12. rah says:

    How STUPID are they? This stupid:

    “Even though they like to mock conservatives for being “anti-science,” apparently basic chemistry is hard for the media.

    The CBS Evening News on April 6, mixed up its chemical formulas during a story about a tragic case of carbon monoxide poisoning.

    The broadcast not once, but twice, showed viewers a graphic displaying the symbol CO2 – the chemical formula for carbon dioxide – instead of CO for carbon monoxide.

    While climate alarmists in the media like to paint carbon dioxide as a dangerous pollutant, it’s actually a harmless gas that people breathe in and out every day. Carbon monoxide, however, is extremely toxic.

    Monday’s Evening News broadcast also displayed a chyron that misspelled CBS News Correspondent Julianna Goldman’s name as “Juliana.” Both issues have since been corrected on the version of the broadcast on CBS’s website.”

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