On Friday night, Tucker Carlson said in a segment on his Fox New show “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” that Democratic leaders are blaming climate change for the devastating wildfires in an attempt to intimidate people to vote for them.
“Climate change, they said, caused these fires. They didn’t explain how exactly that happened. How did climate change do that?,” Carlson asked. “In the hands of Democratic politicians, climate change is like systemic racism in the sky. You can’t see it, but rest assured it’s everywhere and it’s deadly.”
“And like systemic racism, it is your fault. The American middle class did it. They caused climate change. They ate too many hamburgers. They drove too many SUVs, they had too many children,” he added.
Carlson also compared the climate change movement to Mao’s Great Leap Forward, saying: “And there you have the modern left’s climate agenda: no drinking straws, no automobiles, no airplanes, no meat, no democracy,” according to Deadline.
Meanwhile, wildfires in California have engulfed at least 3.1 million acres across the state as of Friday and killed at least 20 people, according to the Los Angeles Times. Speaking to reporters from a charred mountainside, California Gov. Gavin Newsom said that the devastating fires show that the debate around climate change is “over.”
Wildfires are a big part of the seasonal challenge,” Newsom said, according to CNN. “The challenge we’re facing now is the extreme fire events that we believe are climate-induced.” Everyone that believes that stand on your head. Newson also said “Just come to the state of California. Observe it with your own eyes,” he added.
Who would want to do that? You would get run over by everyone that is leaving California at this very moment. And many of them aren’t leaving because of the fires, it’s due to the living conditions and financial conditions in the state.
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