Morano: "Not everyone, however, is a fan of Warren's legislation... "This is virtue signaling of the highest order for her Democratic base, Marc Morano, the editor of ClimateDepot.com, said on "Fox & Friends" Wednesday. He argued that Warren's bill would give the U.S. government and the Securities and Exchange Commission extensive power to go after companies and "shake them down."
Morano: "My book details the absurdity of all of this, pay up or face bad weather. The government has to protect us from bad weather."
Morano: "If you look at actual data, in 2003, in the month of August, in Europe, 35,000 people died, 14,000 in France alone, from a heat wave. Widely blamed on the fact they didn't have enough air-conditioning and air-conditioning wasn't widely available. So as we go forward, you look back to the 1930s, thousands died in heat waves. Heat waves kill. Air-conditioning saves lives."
Morano: In my book, I go back to the 1960s and I show no matter the environmental scare, famines, scares, all sorts of calamities, they always had same solutions no matter the scare. They always wanted central power, redistribution of wealth and global governance. Now the Berkeley city council is following that same line -- even though the new projections of population show a decline in population as we go forward into the 21st century. More importantly, their own governor -- Jerry Brown -- has said global warming will kill 3 billion people. (See: OVERPOPULATION SOLVED! Gov. Jerry Brown Claims in 2018: 3 Billion+ Will Die from ‘Global Warming’) Now here's the problem. The Berkeley California city council is worried that overpopulation will lead to global warming -- but their own governor is saying that global warming is going to kill 3 billion people. Problem solved Stuart! Global warming will kill the excess population.
Varney: (laughing) Ohhh. Oh, we gotcha.
Morano: There you go! We just solved it!
Varney: (Laughing) Alright Marc, we did hear you. Marc Morano everybody. Thanks for joining us, sir. We will see you again soon.
Morano Fox Business - Varney & Co. - Stuart Varney - April 3, 2018:
Morano: 'Nameless, faceless bureaucrats in California to dictate car policy'
'It’s probably one of the best arguments for secession of California. For far too long, they’ve been regulating industry and making it to their whims and dictates and forcing the rest of the country to go along with them. And SUV sales, by the way, are now one-third of all cars in the world, they’ve tripled in the last ten years. Not only Americans like bigger, safer cars, but the rest of the world is discovering them too. So these are bureaucrats trying to regulate their ideology on people based on climate change, ultimately.
'The Trump Administration is trying to stop the regulatory nuts in California from controlling the auto industry.'
'This is the first administration that’s directly challenging the tyranny of California, which is one of the most overregulated states coming out and setting federal auto policy for years now. And California doesn’t want to give up this role.'
Morano on Fox: The creation of these parks was monumental abuse. President Trump is restoring sanity to these lands...He is returning the land to local communities, where Indian tribes can now have access to the land that was blocked to them. He is returning it to the people, and righting constitutional wrongs. No president has constitutional authority under the National Wilderness Act to -- by executive fiat -- create the national monuments, these monuments were created by bypassing of Congress. Now, Utah will be able to make these decisions and land is being restored and returned.
Broadcast on Neil Cavuto's Fox Business Channel - "Coast to Coast' - February 21, 2017
Climate Depot Publisher Marc Morano vs. Former Obama EPA official Dan Kanninen
Morano: "What EPA chief Scott Pruitt really represents -- you see my smile here -- This is the end of superstition in Washington! And it's actually going back to science and actual cost benefit analysis. It's very simple: The EPA climate plan is the signature Obama executive order -- he couldn't get it through Congress so he bypassed democracy. But this plan wouldn't even impact global CO2 levels, let alone global temperatures or storms. Yet Obama administration officials like John Podesta actually sold the regulations as as way to prevent storms and we need this because the storms are getting worse."
Morano:'The pope appears to be jumping on the bandwagon just as the evidence to weaken on man-made global warming...On all of these metrics, the case is weakening.
Morano: It's one thing for the Pope to have a scientific view that people can disagree on, but it's completely another thing to time an encyclical and tie it in with a UN global warming treaty. The confusion is going to be Catholic Americans will ask themselves: 'Hey do i have to support a UN political treaty on global warming? If I don't , am I not a good catholic?' It's sowing confusion. But on the other hand, only 2% of this encyclical appears to be on climate. There are lot of other issues in it. The people touting the Pope's view on climate are ignoring all of the other issues, life issues, overpopulation, that the Pope is against. The media loves it because he sounds a lot like Al Gore in this encyclical.'