Patrick Marsh, a Storm Prediction Center meteorologist, reported that outbreaks of 50 or more tornadoes really aren’t uncommon, having happened 63 times in U.S. history. There are even three instances of more than 100 twisters in single years. Roy Spencer reminds us once again not to conflate three decade or- longer climate cycles with seasonal weather which naturally varies from year to year. He writes, "The alarmist claims of AOC, Gore, and Sanders are not just speculative; they are opposed by our observations and by meteorological theory."
“The science is clear, climate change is making extreme weather events, including tornadoes, worse,” the independent Vermont senator said in a Facebook post linking to an EcoWatch article on the tornado. “We must prepare for the impacts of climate change that we know are coming. The full resources of the federal government must be provided to these families. Our thoughts are with the people of Alabama and their families.”
Broadcast February 26, 2019 – Fox & Friends – Fox News Channel
Morano: "Beyonce, Jay Z, Katie Perry -- and Bernie. What do they all have in common? The Hillary Clinton campaign all paid them to fly around in private jets. Bernie Sanders has made his career out of calling for keeping fossil fuels in the ground. The problem is he can't keep from using fossil fuels lavishly -- in the air!
This is rank hypocrisy on the level that only Al Gore could compete. Outside of Al Gore, in electoral politics, Bernie was the guy as the number one 'climate guru' ... and he just can't keep himself out of these private jets. They're eating themselves here. You rarely ever see climate activists on the left pointing fingers and going after each other for hypocrisy. Usually it's climate skeptics and others pointing out the hypocrisy. It is a rare moment." See: Ex-Clinton staffers slam Sanders over private jet flights
Study by UN IPCC lead author Michael Oppenheimer claimed that "global warming" will lead to "mass migration to the U.S." due to alleged future lower crop yields in Mexico by 2080
Climate activist Bill McKibben in the LA times claimed that the influx of immigration to the U.S. will REDUCE "global warming" because the new immigrants "would have fewer children" and as a bonus the new immigrants would be LESS likely to "pull the [election] lever for climate deniers."