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CFACT’s Morano named a ‘top climate denier’

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To our delight, CFACT’s Marc Morano made the list at #2 – right behind his old boss U.S. Senator James Inhofe.

Of course, calling people “deniers” who seek to correct the record on climate change is meant to be highly offensive – or at least it would be if the term “denier” had not become such a hackneyed climate propaganda term that it’s now a joke.

As Morano and CFACT soon head to the UN climate marrakech-express-bannerconference in Marrakech, Morocco, to inject tough questions and facts, we wear our inclusion on the list proudly.

Despite all their inherent funding, media, and government advantages, we continue to beat the warming-Left with hard scientific facts.

Of course, one of the principal ways we’ve done this is through our wildly popular Climate Depot news and information service. I suspect our new film, Climate Hustle, is another big reason why Marc is now #2 on their villain list.

CFACT’s Climate Hustle is loaded with hard, verifiable facts and has been received with great enthusiasm.  DiCaprio’s Before The Flood is filled with tired old climate campaign talking points that have long been debunked.  Despite all its obvious advantages it is struggling to find an audience.

Climate computer models running warmer than reality?  Weather (extreme or otherwise) scientifically normal?  No wonder they would rather talk propaganda than science.

When warming campaigners shut their eyes and minds to the facts and opt instead to hide their biases, they reveal who is really in denial.

We consider it an honor to be #2 on their list.

 

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