We’re sure CNN will get around to putting #FactsFirst … just as soon as they’re finished carrying water for the Left:
CNN: If we don't start "having fewer children" a million species will die.
Note that the "expert" they interview is Paul Ehlrich, the discredited "Population Bomb" prof who's been predicting imminent mass starvation since the 1960s. pic.twitter.com/mG2HS7HGwk
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) May 6, 2019
Fun fact: we had to read his "Population Bomb" as high-school freshmen in 1973-74.
— Jeffffff Schwartzman (@Ethelssoninlaw) May 6, 2019
Paul Ehlrich …. LOL Really???
This guy has been screaming end of the world for over 30 years
— William Jackson ?? (@cnterfld21) May 6, 2019
They really interviewed PAUL EHRLICH?? Who has been more wrong on environmental science than any person in human history?
— Pradheep J. Shanker (@Neoavatara) May 6, 2019
Everyone was going to starve to death 40 years ago, yet Ehlrich is still around, pushing his grift. https://t.co/8nuPVb6YmU
— Dodd (@Amuk3) May 6, 2019
And not only is CNN indulging Ehrlich’s alarmist B.S., but they’re giving away their whole game by blaming Donald Trump for this alleged climate crisis:
“Donald Trump, of course, has vowed to pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate change agreement and he recently tweeted this: ‘The whole climate crisis is not only fake news, it’s fake science. There is no climate crisis,’” Watt reported. “So will the president listen to a climate skeptic on ‘Fox & Friends’ or will he listen to the 145 global experts who just put this report together? Well, John and Alisyn, we’ll just have to wait and see.”
“I think we know the answer,” CNN’s anchors, Alisyn Camerota and John Berman, both responded.
Of course do, CNN. Of course you do.
Parting evergreen tweet:
— Idiosyncratic Melodies (it makes sense in my head) (@Salamandyr) May 6, 2019
They are. And when their last shred of dignity goes down the drain at last, they’ll have no one to blame but themselves.
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