The Texas Rangers are getting a new ballpark, complete with a retractable roof and air conditioning. So of course, in the world of climate change “science,” that’s more evidence:
Climate change has hit the Lone Star State, and the Texas Rangers baseball team is feeling the heat.
⚾️That's why they're ditching their old field for a $1.2 billion air-conditioned stadium https://t.co/5qCfZnTGMf
— Bloomberg Opinion (@bopinion) October 2, 2019
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes attempted a dunk on Sen. Ted Cruz based on that opinion piece:
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) October 3, 2019
Who wants to tell him? Fortunately, Cruz did:
Uh, to sell baseball tickets? Breaking news: Texas is hot in the summertime. Always has been. Google this thing called “the Astrodome.” When that was built—in 1965–it was nearly a decade before Time ran their (now discredited) cover story, “Another Ice Age?” https://t.co/Rotm9tvAJE
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) October 3, 2019
And Cruz wasn’t alone:
Uhhhh….It was hot when the Ballpark was built, too. The Rangers aren't getting a new ballpark because of "climate change".
— Right of Left (@RightOfLeft_TX) October 3, 2019
Durrrr, I don't know how seasons work.
When is baseball played? You dolt. https://t.co/VzoTlv1hAp
— Ordy's Amish School of Coding (@OrdyPackard) October 3, 2019
Ted Cruz doesn't lie. I'm a native Houstonian and it's been Hot forever. Let me know when you can control the climate. #KEEPTEXASRED
— Sandy Diaz (@SandyD0315) October 3, 2019
Have you ever been to Texas in the summer? Its ungodly hot without global warming.
Not to memtion building a 1.2B air conditioner is like a middle finger to alarmists.
How are you even real?
— Noah (@reeb1011) October 3, 2019
But “SCIENCE,” or something.