Morano: "Well, watch out, this is the way you get things done you remove all dissent you remove anyone who opposes you you silence all the opposition completely silence it. And then suddenly you have a green light to do whatever you want, which in this case is going to be massive administrative unelected bureaucracies taking over. And by the way: Future Presidents -- it's gonna be very hard to undo this once EPA regulates this and they get all this into the system and industry has to deal with crazy regulations written by academics, but the other thing is the academics they've left on are recipients of government grants. So you can imagine, they're going to go along with government regulation because they're getting paid, in many cases, one of the ladies who had this got $65 million in federal grants, and she's painting because they liked her opinions and she's going to rubber-stamp everything. Biden DPA wants to do."
DailyKos: "Surely, though, dear readers, you are all much too mature to flood Morano’s email with the most disgusting content the internet has to offer...But it just goes to show that there are much more entertaining ways to blow off steam than with threatening violence or sending intimidating messages, like sending Marc Morano graphic and disturbing content that will make it difficult and painful for him to sort through his email every day because he doesn’t know if he’s about to open an email with an offer for more dirty money, or with a dirty picture he’ll never be able to unsee.
Threatening email: "Marc Morano, you are a pathetic excuse for a human being. I HOPE YOU AND YOUR WHOLE FAMILY WILL DIE THE MOST PAINFUL DEATHS. I hope your genes die out. Climate change is man-made and it is so. Your BULLSHIT proves NOTHING.
I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. I WISH YOU DEAD. ...
Steamboat Institute CEO and Chairwoman Jennifer Schubert-Akin said organizers concluded that “either you’re going to sell all of our books, or you’re going to sell none of our books.” ... “Steamboat Institute is traditionally proud to partner with local bookstores to sell the latest compelling books by Freedom Conference speakers at the event,” she said in a statement. “Yet we will never allow partner bookstores to censor by picking and choosing which speaker books they sell based on their political preferences. We look forward to working with local bookstores committed to robust and open debate at our future events.”
Off the Beaten Path, the Steamboat Springs bookstore, declined to comment on its refusal to offer “Green Fraud,” but Mr. Bruneau cited an email from the company saying it was unwilling to be “associated with a title that disputes the reality of climate change." “They said, ‘Look, Colorado’s wildfires, we can’t sell this, we can’t give credence to this belief,’” Mr. Bruneau said. “So Jennifer said, ‘We don’t support censorship, we can’t accept your services.’ They still wanted to come but they wouldn’t sell that one book.”
2021 Scare: "Imagine seeing the Lincoln Memorial surrounded by churning Potomac waters, or only being able to access the Pentagon by boat...The Pentagon, accessible by boat...The Lincoln Memorial would eventually be on an island in the Potomac River, if world keeps burning fossil fuels."
In his 2019 memoir, A Promised Land, he admits to the unfortunate optics of his trip to the 2009 UN global summit on climate change in Copenhagen. “Has anyone ever considered,” he reportedly asked an aide on the flight to Copenhagen, “the amount of carbon dioxide I’m releasing into the atmosphere as a result of these trips to Europe?” The aide quipped, “You might not want to mention that in your speech tomorrow.” ...
Koonin said atmospheric CO2 will continue to increase whatever draconian solutions governments impose on their citizens, with the poor everywhere suffering most. A fan of mankind, Koonin believes that adaptation to a gradual global warming will allow us to prosper. “This is not at all an unmitigated disaster as people would have you believe,” said Koonin. “We’ll learn to take advantage of whatever changes happen rather than simply tolerate them. That’s what humans do, and we’re pretty good at it.”