Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Deranged Democrats Versus FL Gov DeSantis on Hurricane Ian Brutally Summed Up By One Cartoon

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We all know Democrats are deranged and this has been true for a very, very long time.

It’s been true in fact for so long that in 1964 during his “Time for Choosing” speech Ronald Reagan famously said “The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so.”

The problem for us is since Reagan’s time those on the left have gone far beyond where they were in 1964 in terms of knowing things that are not true.

Now they have left the reservation completely and are completely delusional.

So delusional in fact that many are trying to blame Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and climate change for the destruction unleashed on that state by hurricane Ian.

Americans are not fooled and here in one cartoon is what the Democrat’s efforts to blame the Florida Governor for Ian looks like to the rest of us:

Does that about sum it up?

Hurricanes have hit Florida for centuries and Ian is nothing more or less than one storm in a very long history of exceptionally powerful storms.

Was Hurricane Ian caused by climate change?

You would think those in the media would understand this, but you’d be wrong.

Two nights ago CNN host Don Lemon argued with the Director of the National Hurricane Center who said Ian could not be blamed on climate change:

CNN host Don Lemon was joined by Jamie Rhome, the acting director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Hurricane Center on Tuesday to discuss the storm track and expected effects of Hurricane Ian.

Lemon opened the interaction by framing his questions regarding the storm in a context focusing on “climate change,” after discussing the particulars of the storm itself which it seemed Rhome was interested in answering.

According to Fox News, Lemon told his audience that meteorologists have said Hurricane Ian could enter “another period of rapid intensification,” prior to making landfall.

He asked Rhome, “What effect climate change has on this phenomenon?”

“We can come back and talk about climate change at a later time. I want to focus on the here and now. We think the rapid intensification is probably almost done,” Rhome answered.

“There could be a little bit more intensification as it’s still over the warm waters of the Eastern Gulf of Mexico, but I don’t think we’re going to get any more rapid intensification.”

He then attempted to continue describing the hurricane’s development, “If you look here, you can actually see pretty interesting for your viewers,” he said.

“You can actually see a second eyewall forming around the inner eyewall, and that’s basically the second eyewall has overtaken the original eyewall, and that should arrest development,” he added before being interrupted by Lemon.

The CNN host was undeterred and continued, “So, listen, I just — I’m just trying to get that you said you want to talk about climate change, but what — what effect does climate change have on this phenomenon that — that is happening now. Because it seems these storms are intensifying. That’s the question here,” he asked.

Rhome replied, “I don’t think you can link climate change to any one event. On the whole, on the cumulative, climate change may be making storms worse. But to link it to any one event, I would caution against that.”

Lemon then began to argue with the National Weather Service expert who possesses twenty-plus years of experience studying hurricanes, according to the National Weather Service.

Climate change alarmists keep telling us we only have 5, 10, 15 or some other arbitrary number of years left to act before life as we know it on the planet ceases to exist.

Here’s the long sordid history of such attempts:

So whenever they say “the science is settled” you can be sure it is no such thing.

What you can be certain of however is that the media and the Democrats will do everything they can to try and blame DeSantis for whatever goes wrong in Florida.

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