If you're dumb enough to trust CNN you might believe in magic https://t.co/N9ZNm2KM8f
— James Allsup? (@realJamesAllsup) June 27, 2017
According to CNN, a new island formed off of the coast of North Carolina by magic:
— CNN International (@cnni) June 27, 2017
The new island, which locals are calling Shelly Island, didn’t form by magic, of course, but by the same natural processes that form all barrier islands. CNN even quoted an expert:
Dave Hallac, superintendent of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, told The Virginian Pilot that Cape Point’s shoreline is constantly changing.
So, not magic:
"Magically"? I think you need to fire some more writers
— Joe (@ReelAverageJoe) June 27, 2017
— kookie cho (@RinchenChoden7) June 27, 2017
…"magically"…? Lol https://t.co/1YqBrrtDW6
— Brandy Green (@MissBrandyGreen) June 27, 2017
Maybe the MSM should remember the fact that the “shoreline is constantly changing” in future articles about barrier islands getting eroded away rather than blame global warming for their demise?
This must be because the oceans are rising. https://t.co/ph7WeDzikE
— Jack Fowler (@jackfowler) June 27, 2017
That's because global warming is raising the ocean levels….. Wait a minute.
— mark (@Skunkmilk) June 27, 2017
Must be that rapidly rising ocean, amirite? Something, something, climate change https://t.co/NGTBlW3mpO
— Spencer Pearson (@SpencerWPearson) June 27, 2017