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It’s not a ‘March for Science’ – it’s ‘Anti-Trump Day’

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Climate Depot‘s Marc Morano, a skeptic of catastrophic man-made global warming, says this isn’t about science.

Morano, Marc (Climate Depot)“The entire march is based on the premise that President Trump is destroying the earth, destroying the climate, and [that] this is going to be devastating,” he tells OneNewsNow.

Calling the March 29 march a “mass mobilization,” the national coordinator of the Peoples Climate Movement describes the Trump administration’s repeal of Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan as “a dangerous step that puts people and the planet at grave risk.”

Morano’s not buying it. “This is a standard political march with a climate label,” he states. “It’s going to be the usual suspects showing up – [and] I can’t imagine that they have anything new to add to this debate.”

He also points out that the science and models promoted by many of those groups even admit that regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency and the United Nations treaties would have no impact on the climate.

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