NY Mayor Says Bused Migrants Needs Federal Solution Or Something

Unhinged NY governor Kathy Hochul is rather upset over all the migrants/illegals being shipped to her state, mostly NYC, and wants a federal solution. No, not that federal solution, the other one

NYC’s Migrant Crisis Needs ‘Federal Solution,’ Hochul Says

New York Governor Kathy Hochul called on the Biden administration to present a “federal solution” to the influx of thousands of migrants that are being bused from border states, saying the state can only do so much.

“I’ve raised this with the White House,” she said during an interview Tuesday with Bloomberg Television’s David Westin. “Let’s look at federal facilities, federal staff to help supplement the city.”

Hochul said she has been working “almost hourly” with New York City since the migrants began arriving to make sure the issue doesn’t “get out of control.”

New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Monday night said the city had to abruptly halt the building of an emergency tent in the Bronx aimed to house recently arrived migrants before it even opened. Citing the risk of flooding, Adams said the city would open a tent on Randall’s Island after a weekend of storms that led advocates to raise fresh concerns about the original location.

In other words, she wants them all shipped to federal facilities, rather than the city, a self described sanctuary city, housing and feeding them, having to spend their own city funds on them, having to see them around the city. Funny how so many of those far from the border who support open borders do not want to have to deal with the migrants/illegals themselves, eh?

Meanwhile, in D.C.

Washington, DC, Democrats Approve Plan Allowing Illegal Aliens to Vote

Democrats on the Washington, DC, City Council have approved a plan that would allow foreign nationals, including illegal aliens, to vote in local elections.

On Tuesday, the D.C. City Council voted 12-1 to advance a bill that will allow foreign nationals, regardless of if they have visas or are illegally in the United States, to vote in local elections such as school board races and mayoral elections.

“Our immigrant neighbors of all statuses participate, contribute and care about our community in our city,” D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen (D) said, according to the Hill. “They, like all DC residents, deserve a right to have a say in their government.”

It’s not like the city needs them, since it already votes heavily Democrat. Will the plan be struck down in court, much like when NYC attempted this? The Constitution does not allow non-citizens to vote, and D.C. operates under the federal constitution

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Climate Cult’s Looking To Indoctrinate Pre-Schoolers

The climate cult is starting the indoctrination early, and, if they get your kids in forced universal pre-k, parents won’t even know it’s happening

Meet the Band of TV Animals That’s Talking to Preschoolers About Climate

Four-year-old Francis Gaskin, who lives with his family in Houston, has a favorite episode of his favorite new Netflix cartoon: When the Amazon rainforest canopy dries up from too much heat, the manic howler monkeys must move into the lower realms of the forest, creating havoc among the other rainforest residents. “They had to find a new home,” Francis explained during a video interview.

“I noticed something else,” the preschooler added. “The frogs were going to lay their eggs in the water, but there was no water in the stream because there was zero rain.”

“Sometimes the Earth warms up,” he said.

Francis’ favorite show is “Octonauts: Above and Beyond,” the recent spinoff of a long-running BBC program, and one of the first television shows directed at very young children to explicitly address climate change. The program attempts to strike a delicate balance: gently showing 3- and 4-year-olds that their world is already changing, without frightening them with the consequences.

Climate scientists say its depictions are largely accurate, with one striking omission. The program says nothing about why the Earth is heating up: the burning of oil, gas and coal.

If that’s the case, then why are Warmists using so much of it themselves?

“Nobody really knows yet at what age kids can understand climate change,” said Gary Evans, an environmental and developmental psychologist at Cornell University who is conducting a study of children in kindergarten through third grade to find out what they know about climate change and how it makes them feel. “Anyone who tells you that they know the best way to talk to young kids about climate change is doing so without the guidance of data.”

Why worry about that, since the whole thing is missing data?

Climate scientists say that needs to change. Children born within the last decade, sometimes known as “Generation Alpha,” will be the first to live their entire lives on a planet that has been irrevocably altered by human-caused global warming.

They want control of your children. Not concerning or Fascist at all, right?

The program also shows preschoolers how climate change could affect their own lives. In one episode, the Octonauts experience a shortage of their essential beverage, hot cocoa, because heat is making the cocoa plants wither. The team sings, “Changing climate makes the temperature high, and in the heat the trees are thirsty and dry.”

So, they’ll be soft-peddling climate doom, and it make them emotional messes at a younger age. This is child abuse. Climate cultists do not care.

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Bummer: 56% Of Silicon Valley Residents Plan To Move Away

What could possibly caused these liberals residing in the People’s Republik Of California to want to move?

‘The mood is dark’ — More than half of Silicon Valley residents still want to move away, poll finds

There is growing pessimism in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area as residents continue to deal with the high cost of housing, the high cost of living, homelessness, drought and more.

According to a new poll by Joint Venture Silicon Valley, 64% of those surveyed said the region is on the wrong track, a more than 10-point increase from last year. In addition, 56% said they plan to leave the area in the next few years, a number that remains unchanged from last year. And 36% said the quality of life in the Bay Area has gotten much worse in the last five years.

“The mood is dark,” said Russell Hancock, chief executive of Joint Venture and president of the Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies, during a briefing Tuesday about this year’s Silicon Valley Poll. Of course, he said, there were differences among those who felt gloomy about the region.

Those who think the region is on the wrong track were more likely to be Republican, Independent, and/or people who said their personal finances were in poor shape. More renters (62%) and people staying with family and friends (67%) said they were considering leaving the Bay Area than those who own homes (47%). The sentiment that things have gotten much worse in the Bay Area was held by 62% of Republicans surveyed, 46% of Independents and 23% of Democrats.

Well, come on, there can’t be that many Republicans and Independents there. In 2020, every single county in the area voted heavily for Biden, most over 71%. So, it is mostly Democrats, who are sick of all the problems resulting from….their own beliefs turned into votes. What did they think they were going to get?

While most survey respondents agreed on housing issues as the most pressing problems, there was no clear agreement on possible solutions, especially if it involves building more housing near them — a “not in my backyard” attitude that advocates and local and state legislators are attempting to solve.

For example, the poll found that 57% of Bay Area residents support building more subsidized low-income housing, but that number dropped to 43% when they were told that housing would be built within a half-mile of their homes. For building housing for homeless people, those numbers were 51% and 34%.

The hell you say!

Meanwhile, nearly 8 out of 10 residents surveyed said they considered racism to be a serious or somewhat serious problem, with 39% of Black or African-American respondents considering it to be an extremely serious problem, along with 30% of Hispanics or Latinos, 29% of Asians and Pacific Islanders and 18% of Whites and Caucasians.

So Leftists in the PRC are saying they’re racists? Huh

Anyhow, they need to stay there are suck it up, tolerate the conditions they voted and agitated for.

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Good News: UN Working With Google To Silence Skeptics

If the science was so rock solid, the climate cult wouldn’t need to silence the opposition. It would stand on it’s own

United Nations Partners with Google to Silence Climate Skeptics

Green Climate Thought PoliceA United Nations representative revealed her globalist organization had partnered with Google to prioritize messages underscoring the gravity of the climate crisis.

Melissa Fleming, the U.N.’s Under-Secretary for Global Communications, said at a Sept. 29 World Economic Forum (WEF) event the U.N. is working with Google to “elevate the content.”

“You know, we partnered with Google, for example, if you Google climate change, you will, at the top of your search, get all kinds of U.N. resources,” Ms. Fleming declared. “We started this partnership when we were shocked to see that when we Googled climate change, we were getting incredibly distorted information right at the top.”

“So we’re becoming much more proactive,” she continued. “You know, we own the science and we think that the world should know it and the platforms themselves also do.” (snip)

Fixing the situation required reversing “an algorithmic shift that was deliberately taken to favor individuals over institutions,” which had placed at a disadvantage “the institutions who are there to serve the public for good.”

Social media users are looking for a more curated environment where they can avoid being exposed to the wrong messages, she asserted.

“I think there’s certain people who’ve totally got lost down rabbit holes and they’re going to hopefully find their way out at some point. But I do think there are all kinds of people in the middle,” she said.

In other words they’re making sure people do not see Wrongthink. I’ve known for quite some time that the algorithms for my own site are limited by Google. And Yahoo. Simply searching “hotcoldwetdry” only gives you a few hits, at best, with my web address, despite there being quite a few posts with hotcoldwetdry in the headline. I’ve seen the same for many other Skeptic sites, like Watts Up With That?, Real Climate Science, and more. They’re afraid that people might read the wrong stuff, and it is in the DNA of leftists to stop people from seeing it. Debate? Bah. Gore said the debate was over 2 decades ago, and, by that, he meant “no one is allowed to argue, no one is allowed to disagree.”

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If All You See…

…is a wonderful field for solar panels, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is A View From The Beach, with a post on succession minded Oregonians making the governor’s race a toss-up.

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Bidenconomy: Heating Your Home Will Be A Lot More Expensive This Winter

It’s not just Europe which is facing an expensive winter this year: so is the U.S. under the leadership (sic) of Joe Biden. On the brightside, we’re probably not going to get rationed, not going to go without, not have to rely on chopping down trees

It’s Going to Be a Lot More Expensive to Heat Your Home This Winter. Here’s What To Expect

Joe Biden Ice Cream AfghanistanWhen Deanna Schultz received the utility bills for the trailer where she lives in Rock Falls, Ill. this month, she was stunned at how expensive they had become. Her electric bill alone more than doubled, up $85. Now, with natural gas prices on the rise, she is concerned about heating costs, too.

“Last month I had $16 left after paying bills,” says Schultz, 50, a former teacher’s aide who has an autoimmune disorder that impacts how her body regulates temperature. “If I lose my [heating] I’m in trouble.”

Low-income Americans like Schultz face dangerous consequences of higher heating costs, but nearly everybody in the U.S. can expect to pay significantly more—often hundreds of dollars—on their heating and energy bills this winter—fueled by a global energy crisis and the fastest growing inflation in 40 years.

It’s interesting how almost none of the stories about inflation and such fail to mention the root cause, being the Chinese coronavirus, which anyone with a working brain will realize was released by accident, as the Wuhan institute doesn’t exactly have a great security record, or on purpose. Nor that Biden and the Democrats are doing little to help fix the problem, and actually doing things that hurt

Some 55.3 million Americans struggled to afford their energy bills in 2021, and it’s likely many millions more will face a crunch this year. Experts say the patchwork of assistance programs across the country may not have the funding to deal with an uptick in demand.

Instead of lots more funding, how about we do things that increase the supply of energy?

Heating bills are expected to increase by 17% across the country—costing about $177 more on average and reaching the highest cost in more than a decade, according to a Sept. 12 report by the National Energy Assistance Directors Association.

NEADA estimates that American households will pay $22 billion more in heating costs this winter than in the 2021-2022 season.

Oh, good.

But, how you heat your home and where you live will dictate how much your heating bills will increase.

  • For families that use natural gas for heating—roughly half of U.S. households—costs are expected to rise $243, up 34%, with bills hitting $952 on average.
  • Households that use heating oil may see costs rise $239, up 13%, to $2,115 on average.
  • Propane-heated households could pay $241 more, up 15%, to $1,828 on average.
  • Homes that get their heat from the electrical grid could see a more modest cost increase: up $86, or 7%, to $1,328.

The pinch is likely to be most severe in the Northeast, where oil and natural gas are the primary feeder fuels for electricity compared to other regions, further raising demand.

Guess what the Democrats are working hard to obliterate? Which is interesting, considering that the Northeast is a hive of liberalism. They’re literally voting to screw themselves.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has put a strain on global energy supplies, is likely the main source of rising heating costs, energy experts say, but other factors could be at play, too. Electric companies used up a significant amount of their natural gas reserves this summer to power air conditioning as Americans needed to cool down from the third-hottest summer on record. And the supply hasn’t been able to keep up with demand.

Of course they’re blaming Russia, though the U.S. doesn’t get much in the way of heating oil or natural gas from Russia. The summer wasn’t that much hotter than normal. COVID and Biden/Democrat policies on restricting drilling isn’t mentioned.

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Bummer: UN Climate (scam) Chief Says Pledges Are Too Late

Hey, I bet if all the climate apocalypse global elites pledge to make their own lives carbon neutral they could work to solve this. Make their own companies carbon neutral?

U.N. chief: Current climate change pledges ‘far too little and far too late’

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres issued a dire assessment Monday on the current world pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions causing climate change, saying they were “far too little and far too late” to keep temperatures from rising above a critical threshold.

“The collective commitments of G-20 governments are coming far too little and far too late. The actions of the wealthiest developed and emerging economies simply don’t add up,” Guterres said at a press conference at U.N. headquarters in New York City of the efforts to keep average global temperatures from rising 1.5° Celsius or higher above pre-industrial levels.

The world has already warmed by 1.2°C due to the greenhouse effect caused by mankind’s burning of fossil fuels, and studies show that that amount of warming is already having a profound impact on the planet, including making hurricanes stronger and worsening drought, heat waves, wildfires, and extreme rainfall events.

While the use of coal and oil might have a small effect, it’s primarily natural variability

  • 1877-78: strong El Nino event warms global temperatures
  • 1880s-1910: small cooling, partially due to volcanic eruptions
  • 1910-1940s: warming, partially due to recovery from volcanic eruptions, small increase in solar ouput and natural variability
  • 1950s-1970s: fairly flat temperatures as cooling sulphate aerosols mask the greenhouse gas warming
  • 1980-now: strong warming, with temperatures pushed higher in 1998 and 2016 due to strong El Nino events

If anything, that underestimates. You had a huge jump in the temps in the 1930s, and the 50’s through 70’s was actually a bit negative. Then a big pause in the late 1990’s for around 16 years. And, depending on the dataset you look at, warming since 1850 can be as low as .8C. But, this is not about science, or, we wouldn’t see

Egypt: About 90 heads of state confirmed for COP27 climate summit

About 90 heads of state have confirmed attendance at November’s COP27 climate negotiations in Egypt where they will address issues including energy transition and food security at opening sessions, a senior Egyptian official said on Monday.

“We’ve received a large number of confirmations from around the world, I think the last count was about 90 heads of state but the numbers keep coming in,” said Wael Aboulmagd, special representative for the COP27 presidency, without mentioning specific countries.

Egypt is taking over the presidency of the U.N. climate talks from Britain, and will host the talks from Nov. 6-18 in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.

How many of them will be taking private fossil fueled jets, with large retinues of advisors and such to the swanky resort city? How many more will do the same? How many lower level Warmists will take long fossil fueled trips?

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‘Climate Change’ Is Totally A Fact, Not A Cult Or Something

You know the one thing that tends to be missing from screeds like this? Facts

Climate change: Not a leap of faith but fact

If you don’t believe in climate change, know now that it is not a leap of faith but clearly a leap of fact. Truly the time has come to jump on board.

Our globe is warming in palpable ways. Our wonderful southwest homeland, once summered in thermometer readings rarely above 105 degrees, now regularly sees heat upward of 110, 112 and 117. Our capitol city baked to 107degrees in what we often consider a fall month, September. In climate related disasters, cars are turned away from the road home, cars are melted in fires that currently rage in our near neighbor state of California and are drowned in floods in the South. And of course, more disturbing, and much sadder, it’s not just cars, people too are meeting their fates in the ravages of climate change both nearby, such as the recent death in our beloved Zion National Park and around the world.

Looking a bit further away, yet still here in the southwest, a drying up Lake Mead, the world’s largest reservoir, and a less than a 90-minute drive from St. George, has grimly revealed the human remains of individuals who have lost their lives recreating in this popular recreation site. Climate change and our historic drought have also impacted Lake Powell. Spanning areas in both Utah and Arizona, it has touched the lives of so many in southwest Utah. Now having reached its lowest level since its initial filling, it’s receding to reveal buried arches and the full magnitude of the iconic Lone Rock. Many who fondly remember boating and fishing around this iconic landmark will now find it’s open again to hikers.

None of that proves anthropogenic causation, just warming, as happens on and off during the Holocene. Heck, a lot is incompetence and land use. Personal experiences, including ones you’ve read about in far left outlets, are not proof of anthropogenic causation

With the leap of factual climate change must come human change. We must begin learning and practicing new everyday habits, implementing modifications, and acknowledging limitations to demonstrate a new understanding and alertness to our climate. Furthermore, we must begin advocating for these modifications.

So, what can we do? The ideas and steps are not new. Humanity must work toward the reduction of climate warming gases, like carbon dioxide and at the same time remove excess carbon from our atmosphere. We must commit to the reality that water in the southwest and elsewhere is a resource to be protected and stewarded in a manner that preserves it for clearly necessary use and the preservation of all life. Unwarranted, recreational, and ornamental uses must be carefully weighed against the heavy risks and toll they may very well inflict upon the dangerously uncertain supply.

Hmm, that sounds less like science and more like politics. A faith in their climate cult. Who is going to force those limitations? What if we do not want those limitations and modifications? What will you and the government do?

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Economist Predicts 40% Market Drop Under Severe Stagflation

In fairness, you can’t blame this all on Biden: China is the main culprit for Wuhan Flu. Of course, Biden, along with so many Progressive Build Back Better leaders, are not only not helping, but, making things worse

Opinion: Stock markets will drop another 40% as a severe stagflationary debt crisis hits an overleveraged global economy

Biden Brain SlugFor a year now, I have argued that the increase in inflation would be persistent, that its causes include not only bad policies but also negative supply shocks, and that central banks’ attempt to fight it would cause a hard economic landing.

When the recession comes, I warned, it will be severe and protracted, with widespread financial distress and debt crises. Notwithstanding their hawkish talk, central bankers, caught in a debt trap, may still wimp out and settle for above-target inflation. Any portfolio of risky equities and less risky fixed-income bonds will lose money on the bonds, owing to higher inflation and inflation expectations.

How do these predictions stack up? First, Team Transitory clearly lost to Team Persistent in the inflation debate. On top of excessively loose monetary, fiscal, and credit policies, negative supply shocks caused price growth to surge. COVID-19 lockdowns led to supply bottlenecks, including for labor. China’s “zero-COVID” policy created even more problems for global supply chains. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sent shock waves through energy and other commodity markets. (snip)

It is much harder to achieve a soft landing under conditions of stagflationary negative supply shocks than it is when the economy is overheating because of excessive demand. Since World War II, there has never been a case where the Fed achieved a soft landing with inflation above 5% (it is currently above 8%) and unemployment below 5% (it is currently 3.7%).

Nouriel Roubini goes through quite a few different problems facing the U.S. and the world, mostly the 1st World, which results in

But U.S. and global equities have not yet fully priced in even a mild and short hard landing. Equities will fall by about 30% in a mild recession, and by 40% or more in the severe stagflationary debt crisis that I have predicted for the global economy. Signs of strain in debt markets are mounting: sovereign spreads and long-term bond rates are rising, and high-yield spreads are increasing sharply; leveraged-loan and collateralized-loan-obligation markets are shutting down; highly indebted firms, shadow banks, households, governments, and countries are entering debt distress.

If I was into conspiracy theories, I would think this is something that the U.S. and global elites want. Nah, right? Because they would never take advantage of the middle and working class when a huge worldwide problem (cough…COVID…cough) hits to institute their authoritarian agenda, right?

Anyhow, while we’re on economics, here’s another big problem

A huge number of ‘Zombie’ companies are drowning in debt. This CEO sees a reckoning as interest rates soar

Zombies are real. Well, at least “zombie companies” are real.

Loosely defined as economically unviable firms that need to borrow to stay alive, an era of cheap money and high-risk investing has fueled the rise of the walking dead in the business world over the past decade.

David Trainer, the CEO of the investment research firm New Constructs, believes there are now roughly 300 publicly-traded zombie companies.

And with interest rates soaring, money isn’t as cheap as it used to be, which means zombie companies are facing a reckoning that will affect both investors and the economy as a whole as recession fears mount.

How many are there?

Goldman Sachs recently estimated that some 13% of U.S.-listed companies “could be considered” zombies, which it called “firms that haven’t produced enough profit to service their debts.”

But in a study last year, the Federal Reserve found that only roughly 10% of public firms were zombie companies in 2019 using slightly more rigorous criteria. And in an even more confusing turn,Deutsche Bank Strategist Jim Reid conducted a study in April 2021 that found that over 25% of U.S. companies were zombies in 2020. (snip)

Trainer and his team have built a list of roughly 300 publicly-traded zombies that they closely track, and while most of them are smaller firms, some have been in the public eye of late.

Stocks like the online car retailer Carvana and the once-high flying stationary bike maker Peloton made the list, along with the meme-stock favorites AMC and GameStop.

Carvana doesn’t surprise me, especially since they are offering way, way too much to buy cars, and stores keep getting suspended to operate by states. Nor does Peloton, which over-produced during COVID, and recently laid off a lot of people. AMC, as in the movie theaters, was a surprise, and could see most or all of their theaters go goodbye. Gamestop was also a surprise, but, I guess people do not have to rely on stores for games anymore. This could see a lot of companies fold and a lot of people lose their jobs. As some point out, though, this will free up a lot of capital that will stop going to zombie companies and go to ones which can turn a profit.

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NC Voters Aren’t All That Interesting In ‘Climate Change’ For Mid-terms

It just goes to prove yet again that people might care about the climate crisis scam in theory, but, in practice? It’s low hanging fruit when compared with real issues

How important is climate change to NC voters in the 2022 midterm elections?

At a public meeting in Leland last month, officials with Chemours glowingly discussed the chemical company’s plans to expand its operations at the Fayetteville Works complex. Outside, nearly 200 protesters sent a different message to the officials of the company that for decades, along with its predecessor DuPont, dumped toxic “forever chemicals” into the Cape Fear River, contaminants that eventually made it into the drinking water of thousands of downstream residents.

The outrage against Chemours that has gripped the Cape Fear region since 2017 when the StarNews first brought the contamination to light has been powered by a drumbeat of new accusations and state actions against the company and new information about the health dangers posed by PFAS (per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances) like GenX.

Throw in a string of national and worldwide natural disasters that scientists say are fueled by manmade climate change and it would seem that environmental activism would be a driving issue at the ballot box going into the upcoming midterm elections.

Well, no, candidates and political scientists say.

Sadly, real environmental issues end up in the same category as climate apocalypse, since a) most of the nuts are in the same group, and b) the cult has made environmental issues the same as climate doom. I’m concerned about those forever chemicals. Not climate Ragnarok.

State Rep. Deb Butler, a Democrat who represents Wilmington in the N.C. House, said there are plenty of kitchen table issues, from inflation and the state of the economy to the future of public education and women’s reproductive rights, that are dominating the conversation this election season.

“That’s certainly at the top,” she said of the abortion question that’s divided the country for decades and became even more of a hot-button issue this summer with the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to allow states to decide the issue. “People are still very, very upset about their contaminated water, too.”

And concerns over climate change?

“It kind of takes a back seat to those present threats,” Butler said.

Clean water is environmental, not climate calamity.

That sentiment was echoed by her Republican challenger for the House District 18 seat.

“People want to be heard, and they’re concerned about a lot of issues,” John Hinnant said.

He said when he knocks on people’s doors and asks them what worries them heading into the 2022 midterms, climate change and the environment does come up.

“But it’s well down the line,” Hinnant said. “People care about it, but between the increasing cost to fill the tank, higher utility bills and rising food prices, those are their primary things.”

It’s the same every election cycle: people do not care about climate cataclysm in practice.

Anusha Narayanan, climate campaign director for Greenpeace USA, admitted environmentalists are facing an uphill battle to get voters to pay attention when there are so many other daily, economic and political struggles for them to focus on.

“People are exhausted by the pandemic, they’re terribly disillusioned by the government,” she told The New York Times in July. “People see climate as a tomorrow problem. We have to make them see it’s not a tomorrow problem.”

Maybe, maybe not. Most are just unwilling to make wholesale changes in their own lives to accord with their beliefs. To pay more taxes and fees, or see their cost of living go up. If the enviros were smart, they’d separate the environment from climate destruction. People would care more about the environment in practice.

So what will it take to get climate change back on electors’ radar screen?

More natural disasters or environmental degradations that directly impact them would be one way, officials said.

The climate cult would love more misery, death, and destruction so they can push their cult beliefs.

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