In a video message that ran during a celebrity #Harvey fundraiser earlier this month, noted scientist Beyoncé told viewers that the effects of climate change were being seen every day, from a monsoon in India to an earthquake in Mexico.
Even far-left Mother Jones did a fact-check of sorts on Beyoncé’s video and could only claim that the link between earthquakes and climate change is “not so clear.” In other words, it doesn’t exist.
But now that another earthquake has hit south of Mexico City (not to mention the magnitude 3.6 earthquake that shook the city of Westwood, Calif., overnight), there can be no denying the link between climate change and earthquakes. Just ask Amy Siskind, president of The New Agenda, a women’s and LBGTQ rights group.
We r having #earthquake & hurricanes in rapid succession-& a regime who doesn't believe in climate change & makes scientific data disappear.
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) September 19, 2017
Repent! Repent! Repent your heretical climate sins or more natural disasters are on their way! https://t.co/lOYGgHNbmi
— Ferrous (@Iron_Fox) September 19, 2017
Any time the planet does something bad, it's clearly an indication of Gaia's anger over man's actions. We must act now to appease the gods! https://t.co/8xKUF0FPyO
— Eric Spencer (@JustEric) September 19, 2017
Hurricanes in rapid succession? During hurricane season? And now it seems that earthquakes are multiplying as well.
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) September 19, 2017
— Cranky Gordon (@CrankyGordon) September 19, 2017
Climate Change causes earthquakes now. https://t.co/LqTvgsKHrX
— Western Warlord (@NoSlackDelta) September 19, 2017
Wait… hang on… you're blaming earthquakes on Climate Change?
Come on, you aren't this stupid, are you?https://t.co/QoVRN2wq0n
— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) September 19, 2017
— L (@PartymanRandy) September 19, 2017
Please enlighten us how climate change makes earthquakes. This should be good. https://t.co/tp3c8STTZd
— Dead Agent (@Asherahresearch) September 19, 2017
Please Amy 'the science wizard' Siskind
How are earthquakes caused by climate change? https://t.co/uqPxWZoIPs
— Mujahed Kobbe (@Moj_kobe) September 19, 2017
Please, enlighten me, how many ppm increase in atmospheric CO2 to double the number of earthquakes? https://t.co/txBENiBv7q
— Mr. X (@stillglomar) September 19, 2017
Weren’t you paying attention? The Trump regime made all the scientific data disappear! It’s gone.
Here's an example of an anti-science comment disguised as a pro-science statement. https://t.co/4rDFM5CM9p
— RBe (@RBPundit) September 19, 2017
you are obsessed with climate change and plate tectonics. you realize they have nothing to do with one another, right? https://t.co/L9DnpfSdhD
— xo (@sirensoIiIoquy) September 19, 2017
Plate tectonics have nothing to do with climate. https://t.co/uJ2MKQzixX
— tim (@Timerican) September 19, 2017
Your carbon footprint is now responsible for tectonic plate movement. Asteroid impacts coming next. https://t.co/Y8ahmrlyPY
— Paddy Manning ن (@PaddyJManning) September 19, 2017
Liberals actually believe imaginary "climate change" causes earthquakes?
And they wonder why adults don't take them seriously? https://t.co/qFc66rUSPH
— William Keane (@largebill68) September 19, 2017
This is fantastically dumb. https://t.co/DB6v4pxJCr
— $7WorthofHoobastank (@busterbivin) September 19, 2017
Is this based on scientific research conducted by Professor Beyonce? https://t.co/kPZ8KPhaQp
— BayAreaFrau (@bayareahausfrau) September 19, 2017
Are you questioning Beyoncé and her scientific credentials?
"Rapid succession" cuz of Trump.
Mother Nature is pissed off that he got elected.
You're nuts. https://t.co/BTTnIUNAPB
— BlueReaganite (@ThinBlueLR) September 19, 2017
Before you laugh at Amy, recall that in the 4th century BCE Aristotle also theorized that earthquakes were caused by subterranean wind. https://t.co/IMfb5iH2Hk
— Daniel Foster (@DanFosterType) September 19, 2017
Let all laughing commence… https://t.co/BIjPxs5FoW
— Zona Oxlo Chambos (@MikeEllisCope) September 19, 2017
As long as everyone’s laughing …
If the planet keeps getting hotter & hotter is it "comical" to say the tectonic plates won't get hot as well? Or is it just common sense
— SOSA (@michellekingss) September 19, 2017
Where’s Bill Nye to explain all of this when you need him?
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Mother Jones: Beyoncé links climate change to earthquake, still knows more about science than entire GOP https://t.co/LJVIEZsEwn
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 14, 2017
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