So that didn't take them long https://t.co/PwfmdJJzvw
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 4, 2016
A potentially devastating hurricane is bearing down on Haiti as well as other parts of the Caribbean, and might affect the eastern coast of the U.S. In other words, it’s time to do some “clean energy” business!
— Climate Reality (@ClimateReality) October 3, 2016
“Fueled in part by global warming.” The only remaining question is if Al Gore approved that tweet from aboard a private jet.
@ClimateReality even my far-left friends don't believe this bullshit anymore, everyone knows it's globalist con
— The Reasonable Guy (@TheJoyfulMan) October 4, 2016
@redsteeze *face palm* If we could only go back to the days of the horse and buggy, before hurricanes existed.
— Deplorable Satanas (@DavidSmejkal666) October 4, 2016
@redsteeze The arrogance of these people . . . yes, let's stop hurricanes with solar panels and electric cars. Great idea.
— Daniel West (@DWest_5) October 4, 2016
The thoughts of Al Gore's group are with trying to blame Hurricane Matthew on global warming. Gore could give a sh*t about the rest. https://t.co/egoBkMRyBd
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) October 4, 2016
— bambina ? (@VictoriusValore) October 4, 2016
Elect the right politicians and they can stop hurricanes and control the weather!
— InExemplum (@inexemplum) October 4, 2016
— Sheila_T (@_FreeMarketeer) October 4, 2016
@redsteeze climate change causes hurricanes.
wait, it doesn't cause hurricanes.https://t.co/EO3Uounv03
everything is climate change
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) October 4, 2016