You just knew this was coming:
Al Gore warned climate change would make hurricanes worse, so why didn't we listen? https://t.co/fzfSH6m1Pc pic.twitter.com/71E5eTGqyB
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) September 9, 2017
Well the alarmists are finally sensing an opening after a very long dry spell:
For fuck's sake, they've been sitting on this one for 10 years, just waiting to hit send. https://t.co/XYJKoV8FQA
— Jason (@CounterMoonbat) September 9, 2017
You've been waiting since Wilma hit in October 2005 to ask this question haven't you?
— Paul Ogg (@JustOGG) September 9, 2017
2006: "Hurricanes are going to be worse and more frequent!"
2017: "Told you so!" https://t.co/aQ31Qsseo3
— Deplorable Locutor (@Elocutioner) September 9, 2017
Sad and pathetic, Newsweek.
Probably because there have been under half the hurricanes in FL over the last 50 years as the 50 years prior? But that's just my guess. https://t.co/YQUn2jdYRB
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) September 9, 2017
For the same reason we ignored Newsweek when you warned us in 1975 about global cooling.
— Steve Sturtevant (@srsturte2) September 9, 2017
Technically, it's 12 years…
— This Little Piggy (@woodyspigroasts) September 9, 2017
Be right 1 in 20 times, Newsweek hails you as a prophet. Not bad work if you can get it. https://t.co/p89ejLEz3P
— Cranky Gordon (@CrankyGordon) September 9, 2017
12 years of quiet hurricane seasons. 12. We finally get a doozy and suddenly it's all about your SUVs again. The media is disgraceful.
— Gregory of Yardale (@buckyeffingdent) September 9, 2017
This is nonsense.
— JWF (@JammieWF) September 9, 2017
Maybe Newsweek’s trying to help boost Gore’s disappointing box office for his most recent scare flick.
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Bitter? NAH! Al Gore sounds alarm about Florida (on multiple levels)
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