Bastardi: Global Warming Didn’t Cause Sandy
A story from Boston.com. It’s the Boston Globe. “A storm many environmentalists see as linked to climate change has forced the end of a climate vigil in Boston. ” Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha. Two hundred environmentalist wackos “participated in a round-the-clock vigil since last Tuesday to protest the lack of discussion of climate change in the presidential debate and call on Scott Brown and [Princess] Elizabeth Warren to discuss the issue during their final scheduled debate” today.
And then the storm hit and the environmentalist wackos dispersed and the climate change convention ended. The only thing missing is Algore. Generally what happens is they’ll schedule a global warming conference, Gore will show up, and it’ll snow, or a cold front will worm its way through, but Gore wasn’t even there. So a hurricane disrupted a climate vigil. By the way, I wasn’t gonna do it, but grab sound bites one and two.
I think it’s one and two. Yeah. Joe Bastardi was on Hannity last night. He used to be with AccuWeather; now he’s with Weatherbell Analytics. He’s chief forecaster. And Joe Bastardi is great. He just knocks all this “Global Warming Equals Hurricanes” theory out of the water, and he’s beside himself that this hurricane’s being blamed on manmade global warming. Here’s the first of two sound bites…
BASTARDI: My father used to call it “the shortcut storm.” He said he was confident he would see it before his days were numbered, and he’s finally seen it, okay? That’s the first thing. Second thing is, get used to it along the East Coast. Maybe not this kind of track, but we are in a perilous time because the Atlantic’s warm; the Pacific’s cold. It’s the 1950s all over again. It has nothing to do with global warming, it has everything to do with nature, and then we’ll go back to where we were in the sixties and seventies.