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Bill Nye on record snow and cold: ‘A possible connection to climate change’

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Climate change enthusiast Bill Nye appeared on MSNBC, Monday, to lobby the network for more global warming cheerleading and the importance of linking all weather events to the phenomena. Talking to Joy Reid about the cold and snow hitting much of the country, he implored, “…Just say the word climate change. Just, like, ‘It could be climate change. It’s a possible connection to climate change. Is this evidence of climate change?'”

Nye demanded, “Could you just toss that in now and then?” A compliant Reid agreed: “Absolutely. I would like to toss that in every single time.” Nye then stated the obvious: “MSNBC is, in many ways, regarded as a progressive station.” He spoke to the few conservatives watching MSNBC: “We need you.”  – See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/scott-whitlock/2015/02/16/bill-nye-pleads-msnbc-more-climate-hysteria-please#sthash.eLemE76W.dpuf

 

Nye quickly turned insulting, “But if the conservative side are going to continue to deny what 97 percent of the scientists in the world are saying, we’re not going to reach a consensus. We are not going to make progress.”  – See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/scott-whitlock/2015/02/16/bill-nye-pleads-msnbc-more-climate-hysteria-please#sthash.eLemE76W.dpuf

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