Congressman Who Understands Science Shreds Global Warming Cultist in Hearing

The global warming cultists are once again trying to destroy your way of life through subterfuge and lies. A California cultist ran into some trouble, however, when he tried to pass off his weird weather religion as science to a Congressman who really understands science.

Rep. Rich McCormick (R-GA) is not a well-known Republican congressman, but he’s very smart. He has a degree in science and he’s a medical doctor.

McCormick also understands—better even than most Republicans, in fact—that global warming is fake.

 

California is currently trying to get the EPA to grant it the power to set a zero-carbon goal for all trains in the United States. All trains in the entire country would need to be electric powered in order to meet California’s regulatory requirements of zero emissions.

This would have a devastating effect on the American economy.

Rep. McCormick rightly points out that the damage this would cause will far exceed any benefit for the atmosphere. It’s always interesting to see what happens when a real scientist runs into one of these global warming kooks.

Watch as Rep. McCormick stumps a California global warming regulator with multiple questions about science…


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