Could It Be A Hoax?

Saturday, August 24, 2019

If there were doubts about man-made global warming, three events should confirm your suspicions that it is really a hoax.

The Obamas just purchased another multi-million dollar estate, this time on Martha’s Vineyard. Their newest mansion is beachfront on an island in the Atlantic Ocean. So why did they spend more money than most of us would earn in a lifetime on property that the Climate Change industry says will be under water in the near future? Could it be they know it’s really a hoax?

Next the most radical of the left running for president, Governor Jay Inslee, bowed out of the presidential race this week. After holding steady at zero percent in the polls, Inslee had to admit his Climate Change bandwagon was a colossal dud. Could his campaign have ended because it was based on a hoax?

And finally, I had to laugh because the next day the DNC voted down a resolution to make their Presidential Debate III a discussion on Climate Change only. That let loose some crazies in San Francisco in protest. A second group came to rumble in Philadelphia only to find out it was the wrong place-an appropriate commentary on something that’s really a hoax. 

Apparently the DNC doesn’t want the American people watching presidential candidates devolving into bedlam for two hours defending global warming. Would it be like a Ken Kesey novel? Would Bay-toe from El Paso be Randle McMurphy? Who would be Nurse Ratchet? Liz Warren has to be the “Chief” and Joe Biden could be Mr Martini.

As they have with promises of free stuff, in their attempt to outdo each other, they might have reduced the remainder of time we have left to months rather than years. But isn’t it interesting their apocalyptic clock never starts? You only get the ominous warning of 10 years. Ten years that started back in the 1980s. 

Could it be because it’s really just a hoax?

Ralph Miller


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