We bring you dispatches from the Climate Wars.
The casualty of any war is the truth, and Michael Mann’s war on journalism continues. His lawyers are now demanding the court ban journalists from asking Mann questions.
Someone even tried to initiate a mass reporting campaign against us on the social media platform X. It’s obvious that this trial is a thorn in the side of climate change extremism and climate activists are getting angry.
So, we actually became part of the courtroom drama today. After the first day of jury selection, Phelim waited outside the courthouse to ask Mann some tough questions. This didn’t please Mann or his lawyers, but does this justify Mann’s lawyer, John Williams, misrepresenting what happened to the judge? We break down what really happened, and we have video evidence to prove it.
Mark Steyn gave an eloquent defense of the rights of awkward journalists to ask awkward questions. You won’t want to miss his response. It is as elegant as you would expect, but we want to know: Who is Viscount Hewitt?
Watch the trailer for Climate Change On Trial here:
- Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-2-mann-overboard/id1713827256?i=1000642104564
- Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1Fw2nqz22x2DOKXWnQL426?si=a94cb6e813fd4fb1
It remains to be seen if the DC Superior Court will allow us to keep doing our journalism. We’ll certainly keep at it and fight any restrictions every inch of the way.
Another interesting development was Bill Nye the Science Guy’s presence in the courtroom. The science influencer, who has no scientific qualifications, is a huge voice in the climate alarmism camp. What is he doing here?
Tomorrow we’ll bring you the opening statements, and things should start to become clearer as this case gets off the ground. We’ll keep you posted.
Please, please, please listen, rate, and review Climate Change On Trial. It’s super helpful to us, and we can’t thank you enough for boosting this project. It’s already climbing the podcast charts.
Ann & Phelim