CNN publishes warmist Jeffrey Sachs: Trump & GOP ‘have blood on their hands’ – ‘Trump’s failure to fight climate change is a crime against humanity’
CNN has officially descended into the depths of comical climate change claims with the October 18th publication of UN and Pope Francis advisor Jeffrey Sachs’ absurd claims about President Donald Trump and other GOP officials having “blood on their hands” for failing to believe in the UN’s climate claims.
Sachs, a professor and director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University, wrote on that President Trump, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Florida Gov. Rick Scott were “should be held accountable for climate crimes against humanity” for their “willful” climate “denial.”
“President Donald Trump, Florida Gov. Rick Scott, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, and others who oppose action to address human-induced climate change should be held accountable for climate crimes against humanity,” Sachs wrote at CNN.
“They are the authors and agents of systematic policies that deny basic human rights to their own citizens and people around the world, including the rights to life, health, and property. These politicians have blood on their hands, and the death toll continues to rise,” Sachs added.
“It is time to hold these reckless politicians to account,” Sachs demanded in his CNN commentary.
Sachs wrote at CNN that President Trump and other officials who promote climate “denial” have “blood on their hands.
Sachs has promoted climate “tipping points” in the past. In 2015, Sachs warned that humans only had six months to save the world or we would all be doomed.
Papal & UN Advisor Jeffrey Sachs: We’ve got six months to save the world or we’re all doomed – Professor Jeffrey Sachs, the UN special adviser and director of The Earth Institute believes that three key meetings in July, September and November, will present ‘our generation’s best chance to get on track’: Sachs: ‘The time has finally arrived – we’ve been talking about these six months for many years but we’re now here. This is certainly our generation’s best chance to get on track. Such diplomatic opportunities only come around every decade or so, and here they are all aligned in six months. We need to be successful.’ Professor Sachs is an adviser to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.