Watch: Morano on Fox News Jesse Watters on Hawaii fires: ‘Weaponizing the weather’ – ‘They are blaming the climate boogeyman as the cause of these fires, not the gross mismanagement’
Morano: “It’s a comedy of woke errors from beginning to end. The idea that you can’t get water released to put out a fire because you have to have a conversation about ‘equity’ first. The idea that you can’t focus on making cables safer because Hawaii was the first state of the entire United States to declare itself carbon neutral and net zero by 2045…yet the Washington Post, Rachel, will still come out and say, climate came from Maui, and it’s coming for you next.
Morano: There was a fantastic story coming from ABC News. They quoted the governor saying this was a fire hurricane that caused this. And then ABC News says the obvious there’s no such thing as a fire hurricane. It was like a Mic Drop. This outraged the climate activists so much that professors, climate activists were using F-bombs on Twitter, going after ABC News. ABC had to take out climate change wasn’t responsible and added the word ‘entirely’.”
Morano: We already have the Green New Deal network using the Hawaiian fires in Maui to urge Joe Biden to declare a national climate emergency that would give him — according to the Center for Biological Diversity — 130 new executive powers, ala COVID, where they could literally bypass democracy once again — that is the end goal. They’re weaponizing every single weather event, and they’re not taking responsibility to prevent fires like we are seeing in Hawaii in the future. Instead, it’s the boogeyman of climate, and they believe we need more mandates and we need more emergency powers.
Rachel Campos-Duffy: Marc Morano, you’re always raising the flags warning us of what’s to come. I think I’m afraid you’re right on this one, Marc. Thanks for joining us.
https://wattsupwiththat.com/2021/11/17/the-facts-reporters-exploit-normal-weather-to-fan-climate-fear/ By Vijay Jayaraj Exaggeration of weather events to sell climate crisis is not something new. In the case of a Sky News account of flooding in one Indian city, my own observations — backed up by independent data — are absolutely contrary to the news report. Chennai — my home state’s capital, formerly known […]