Trump Sees Through Climate Hoax… Mocks Global Warming, Wind Energy, Sea Level Rise At Hershey Rally

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At his rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, President Donald Trump was at the top of his game, doing what he does best: trolling his floundering opponents. The US president is ripping his Democrat rivals like a lion mauling hyenas.

At his Hershey speech, 31:00 mark video below, Trump brings up the climate and energy issue, ridiculing wind energy and alarmist climate science just as COP25 takes place in Madrid amid declarations of a state of emergency in Europe and pledges to go carbon neutral.

“You’d have windmills all over the place if you had Crooked Hillary. They’d be knocking off birds left and right,” said Trump before a packed crowd.

President sees through global warming sham

“Darling, I wanna watch television tonight, and there’s no damn wind. What do I do?” Trump mocked wind energy before a laughing audience, who applauded enthusiastically. Trump even imitated the noisy, unreliable contraptions that litter the landscape.

“I wanna watch the election results. Darling, there’s no wind, the damn wind just isn’t blowing like it used to because of global warming, I think,” Trump mocked. “I think it’s global warming. Global warming – no more wind. No more life!”

The President then trolled the climate alarmists, sarcastically warning: “The oceans are gonna rise an eighth of an inch within the next 250 years,” said Trump, feigning breathlessness. “We’re gonna be wiped out!”

“Clean air, clean water”

The President then conveyed to the audience that the focus needs to be on clean air and clean water, and without shutting down industries and causing job losses.

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5 responses to “Trump Sees Through Climate Hoax… Mocks Global Warming, Wind Energy, Sea Level Rise At Hershey Rally”

  1. John F. Hultquist

    Sounds about right to me.

    If he is returned to office the next Inauguration Day is Jan. 20, 2021. He will be president until Jan. 20th 2025.
    I think England’s Boris Johnson will, likewise, be in office for that long. (Who knows?)
    Anyway, the climate hysteria may be winding down in five years and the UN and friends will have to find a new plan for Agenda 30.

    Meanwhile, realists can begin work on actual problems.

    1. Yonason

      Sadly, Boris buys into the green nonsense that CO2 is a pollutant. You can see that all too painfully in his first address to the House of Commons.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_GMhoqz6w0&feature=youtu.be

      It starts off great, about Brexit and some pie in the sky goals, which he immediately rubbishes by mentioning how the UK will lead Europe in eliminating destructive “carbon pollution.”

      I stopped watching after 2:32. I figure if he gets the Brexit, that’s a terrific start. Maybe then he’ll realize what nonsense the green madness is. If not, oh well.

      Good luck, UK. Hate to see you win an important battle just to lose the war.

  2. BoyfromTottenham

    Thank God, er Donald! At last somebody is willing to say that the Emperor has no clothes! Keep saying it President Trump, mock the hell out of those Po-faced hypocrites that want us to give up the benefits of our developed economy while they continue to swan around in jets and gas-guzzling SUVs. And more importantly support everyone else that Agrees with you.

  3. Arthur McGowan

    I knew Bergoglio was a liar right away, but he left no doubt when, on the front lawn of the White House, he called carbon a “pollutant.”

  4. Mike

    I don’t want to be too optimistic about Boris and “carbon polution”, but right now he wants as many as possible on-board to get Brexit done – for good or ill.

    It is worth remembering that he has had good words for Piers Corbyn in the past. I remember him commenting on the lack of preparedness for all the snow the UK got a few years ago when they didn’t have enough sand/salt for the roads. He asked the question “Why does Piers get it right so often and the Met office gets it wrong?”

    I say give him a chance after Brexit to change his direction a bit on this issue. Perhaps he can become a real environmentalist by dismantling the carbon cult and use all that watsed money for real environmental issues and perhaps also some small part for rehab of the cult followers.

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