The Cult Is Not Alright: CBS News Links Tonga Volcano With ‘Climate Change’

I mentioned how some climate cultists were linking the massive Tonga volcano eruption with their idiotic climate cult the other day. Now we get (via Twitchy)

So, Nate tried to respond, then we see the transcript

  • Burleson: You know, we often times-
  • Burleson -talkĀ about climate change-
  • Burleson: -quite a bit-
  • Burleson: These stories are a harsh reality of what we’re going through and we have to do our part because these are more frequent.

So, yeah, he tried to pivot to climate change, and we all know they mean man-caused. Technically, a volcano like this will really be changing the weather, unless we want to consider a few months, or a year or two, as climate, which is the averages of the long term weather patterns/temperatures.

And, seriously, what’s this “we’re going through” crap? The people of Tonga and the surrounding areas are going through real hardship, as opposed to someone living in a cushy home, driving to work, and having little problem in getting food, with no break in energy.

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3 Responses to “The Cult Is Not Alright: CBS News Links Tonga Volcano With ‘Climate Change’”

  1. Dana says:

    A few months ago, Nate Burleson was a football analyst on the NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football” program. I might listen to him about why our esteemed host’s New York Giants sucked so badly.

    • Down on the Corner says:

      Yes he was on GMFB but then got promoted to prime time and when that happens you then have to join the woke crowd.

      He has gone over to the dark side if he thinks exploding volcanoes under the ocean causing Tsunamis are a result of climate change.

      Sad. Really, really sad. I wonder if he realizes they will soon be coming for football once they run out of woke craziness to destroy?

  2. Hairy says:

    Teach when he used the word “we” I think he meant all of humanity, some people thinking that
    You know. “No man is an island each is a part …” thst we are all connected to all of humanity. Which is the way that mNy peoe think. Of course there are some who don’t who only think about how things will directly impact themselves.

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