“Originally, we were told that snow would be a thing of the past, that children just wouldn’t know what snow was,” he tells OneNewsNow. “Then we saw record snows and blizzards – and then we were told that was caused by global warming. Now we’re being told the record cold is caused by global warming in a rather complicated scenario affecting jet streams and increasing extremes in the planet.”
The problem, says Morano, is there is no weather event that those proponents can’t blame on global warming.
“It’s almost as if it’s a comedy of explanations,” he continues. “They really just will do and say whatever they need in order to make it all fit and reassure themselves that every weather event is consistent with global warming.”
What if scientists have a better understanding today of climate change than they did years ago?
“Then make a verifiable forecast – tell us what’s going to happen before it happens and stop this nonsense of telling us how everything that happened was either consistent with or caused by it after the fact,” answers Morano.