Liberal actor exploits hurricane to take shots at non-believers of religion of global warmism

Liberal actor exploits hurricane to take shots at non-believers of religion of global warmism

It seems perfectly fitting that the Twitter account of comedic actor Michael Ian Black is adorned with an illustration of a rainbow-hued fantasy landscape in which unicorns cavort. That appears to be the world Black inhabits, judging from a tweet he published yesterday that is meant to remind Americans even “as a massive hurricane bears down on us” that there is but one party of science. It goes without saying that the party in question is the one that worships at the altar of Global Warming (aka Climate Change) and accepts that any and all natural phenomena are the direct result of fossil fuel consumption.

Maybe that’s giving Black more credit for cogent thought than he deserves. Here’s his tweet:

Where to begin? How about with Ann Coulter, who tweeted back:

Others tweeted messages along the same lines:

Some commenters were willing to meet Black on his own terms — and then take the starch out of his sails:

Others went straight for the jugular, daring to call out the High Priest of Black’s church:

In a similar vein:

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer.


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