Climate Denial is a Disease, and Deadly to Democracy

May 17, 2021

Rep Andrew Clyde (R -Ga) helps colleagues barricade a door against capitol rioters on January 6

Following reports and video of Rep Andrew Clyde’s remarks about the Capitol riots of January 6, Tom Williams, Photog for Roll Call, tweeted this:

So, doing a little checking, I googled Rep. Clyde’s position on climate change. You’ll be shocked at what I found.

If you have not seen my most recent video that has been in YouTube jail, you’ll need to jump thru some hoops, but well worth it.

4 Responses to “Climate Denial is a Disease, and Deadly to Democracy”

  1. redskylite Says:

    Climate communication experts are on the case, but people need to want to spend the time to listen and learn.

    “As disinformation tactics evolve, researchers continue to test new ways to combat them.”

  2. Gingerbaker Says:

    In other words, bull**** breaks your brain. And we have a heckuva lot of people with broken brains.

    I’m beginning to persuade myself that ending the torrential flow of bull**** is more important than freedom of political speech. Bull**** should not be protected political speech – it should lead to financial and political consequences and not just at the ballot box.

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