Selling Snake Oil In Texas

Last year, climate fraudsters said global warming causes drought in Texas.

ScreenHunter_2920 Sep. 04 22.38Worse global warming effects ahead for Texas, federal report says | Dallas Morning News

This year, the same pack of criminals say that global warming makes Texas wet.

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Global warming intensified the record floods in Texas and Oklahoma | John Abraham | Environment | The Guardian

I lived on the banks of the Brazos River in Richmond, TX during the flood of 1992. The flood was at least as bad as the fake “record breaking flood” of 2015

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51 ft. May 2015

Floods of the Brazos River in Texas.

This is what the Brazos River looked like during the actual record-breaking flood of 1913, which according to NASA was one of the coldest years ever.

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These climate criminals have absolutely no shame about ramping up the lies and contradicting themselves with every single story they write.


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7 Responses to Selling Snake Oil In Texas

  1. 4TimesAYear says:

    Reblogged this on 4timesayear's Blog.

  2. CodeTech says:

    I’ve witnessed that in Calgary, where a flood in 2013 was hyped as “the worst ever”, even though it was exceeded twice in the 30s and had nothing to do with “climate”.
    People really seem to WANT to believe this stuff.

  3. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    Hot, cold, wet, dry, flood, drought, snow, melt … whatever, it’s all ‘global warming’. And it’s all your fault.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Mann-made warming has loaded the dice a loaded for unprecedented droughtflood! All the fault of evil white males and fossil fuels.

  5. rah says:

    Meanwhile at Weatherbell their latest winter forecast calls for North western and North central Texas to be cooler and wetter than normal the last half of the coming winter.

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