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.

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

    https://www.sciencenews.org/article/climate-change-disinformation-denial-misinformation

  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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