Kellyanne Conway Obliterates Chris Cuomo On ‘Climate Change’

I’d actually decided late yesterday to ignore most of the Harvey=Hotcoldwetdry stuff, because it is pretty much more of the same again and again. Unless there was something really juicy. Like this

(The Hill) White House counselor Kellyanne Conway in a prime-time interview Wednesday slammed CNN’s Chris Cuomo for asking about climate change as rescue operations continue for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

“Chris we’re trying to help the people whose lives are literally underwater and you want to have a conversation about climate change,” Conway said after Cuomo asked about addressing climate change in the wake of the storm.

“I mean, that is, I’m not going to engage in that right now because I work for a president and a vice president and a country that is very focused on helping the millions of affected Texans, and, God forbid, Louisianans if it ends up.”

Here’s where it gets really fun

Cuomo then pressed Conway on finding ways to reduce the number of super storms.

“You’re going to play climatologist tonight?” Conway replied.

“Here’s the deal,” Conway continued. “You play amateur climatologist tonight and I will play professional helper to those in need, and continue in my job here, as counselor to the president, to help listen to the Cabinet members, the president, the vice president, [the Federal Emergency Management Agency], [the Department of Homeland Security] and others, General [John] Kelly, who could not be a better chief of staff equipped for a matter like Harvey since he was at DHS and is accustomed to large-scale operations as such.”

I’d say that would leave a mark, but, the Progressive media generally and Warmists specifically have no shame.

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13 Responses to “Kellyanne Conway Obliterates Chris Cuomo On ‘Climate Change’”

  1. Jeffery says:

    KellyAnne Conjob is a talented flack to be sure. But there’s no time to talk about anything except the tragedy of hurricane Harvey? Really?

    Our sh1t for brains prez found time to talk about pardoning the criminal Joe Arpaio, about kicking transgender soldiers out of the military, and about how big the crowd was that cheered him in Texas. He couldn’t be bothered to talk with even one victim while he was doing his photo-op. He was too busy patting himself on the back.

    So KellyAnne, you’re as full of sh1t as your prez.


    • david7134 says:

      Can you try to get more hate in your comments? Trump is doing great, it is killing you.

    • Dana says:

      And if Pres had spoken with a few victims, CNN and Jeffrey would be telling us that they were ‘cherry picked,’ guaranteed to say only good things.

      Jeffrey is as serious as the professional journalists who got the vapors over Melania’s stilettos.

  2. Jl says:

    Yeh, Jeffery needs his fainting couch again. But what’s really funny is Cuomo’s question “how are we going to reduce the number of super storms?” Apparently he’s unaware that it’s been what, 12 yrs do so since the last Cat 4 or 5 hurricane hit the US?. Contrary to alarmist’s predictions. So Chris, they’ve already been reduced, so far at least, as CO2 climbs.

  3. Jeffery says:

    Nothing to see here folks. Just a little storm like always. Keep moving.

    Nearly every climate scientist agrees that our dumping CO2 into the atmosphere is causing the Earth to warm.

    What deniers fail to recognize is that the US represents just 2% of the Earth’s surface area. Fortunately Hurricane Sandy (2012) was only a category 2 so it doesn’t count in the deniers lore. Was Sandy a troublesome storm? According to deniers Harvey was overhyped.

  4. Jeffery says:

    Texas Republicans Helped Chemical Plant Lobby Against Safety Rules

    Republicans know best. They support a warmer Earth, neo-Nazis and dangerous chemical plants.

  5. Jeffery says:

    Do you really think the gradual transition to non-CO2 polluting energy sources is more dangerous than hurricanes, superstorms, tornadoes and floods?

  6. Jeffery says:

    Perhaps it’s time to start moving cities off the gulf coast.

  7. Bob spelled backwards says:

    “Perhaps it’s time to start moving cities off the gulf coast.” – That’s perhaps the only semi-non-retarded thing I’ve seen you say. Grats! proud of you. How about we get the govt out of the flood insurance game & let the market deal with it?

    • Dana says:

      Reports I’ve seen have stated that only 15% of those affected by Harvey have flood insurance, so the market will have a chance to deal with it . . . if President Trump and Congress don’t go wobbly and extend the insurance to those who didn’t have it.

      When I bought the farm, I thoroughly inspected the house, to ascertain whether it had ever flooded. Thankfully, there was an old crawl space door inside the basement — it was inside due to an addition — which had a raw wood frame, just the perfect thing to see staining from any flood waters. It was clear, so I knew the place had never flooded. When we had flood waters here in 2015 — after we had bought the place, but before we moved down — my nephew said that the house looked like a ‘lonely island’ but it was still high and dry. We have 500 feet of frontage on the Kentucky River.

      My property insurance is only $760 per year; flood insurance alone would cost over $1200. Perhaps people don’t buy flood insurance because it’s too expensive.

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