Heads are exploding today, get popcorn. Here are some of the best emotionaly based reactions from the climate alarmist squad.
Here’s billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer saying it’s a “traitorous act of war”. Yeah, right.
“Scientific” American thinks the future is dead trees, everywhere:
Neil Degrasse-Tyson thinks Trump is just too stupid.
So does Carbon Brief Editor Leo Hickman, though he’s got a bit of an ego problem to think Trump should read his stuff:
He also helpfully provided Weepy Bill McKibben’s nutty op-ed:
Bill McKibben provided a flag and a funeral:
The other Leo must have been crying on his mega-yacht:
The execrably ugly Michael Moore:
You think that’s bad? Mr. Sulu goes full-retard:
Buh bye! Going to pay back all that money you got from the government anytime soon?
Apparently, this is a Golden opportunity to play the race-card, according to the ACLU:
The mayor of Pittsburgh was apparently not happy that Trump said: “I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.”
Robert Preston channels Trump Via cartoonist “Matt”:
Al Gore, still boring:
Hollywood actress Patricia Arquette suggested a class-action lawsuit against Trump’s decision to stop participating in what is an entirely voluntary and non-binding agreement.
Useless actor Mark Ruffalo: waaaahhh! At least Kathy Griffin shut-up.
One of Pope Francis’s right-hand men “Crux” said it would be “a slap in the face” to the Vatican if Trump did not continue with the agreement. Maybe the Pope could turn the other cheek?
This eco-green grassroots organizer said Trump’s announcement will prevent everyone from living on planet earth. We are dead already. Who knew?
Joltin Joe Room tries the scare tactic of showing Florida flooded:
Maybe the most ridiculous one is this map from the Sierra Club. They probably need to work on their color scheme.
The Huffington Post is predictably huffy and puffy:
This one is just psychotic, IMHO:
Josh sums it up pretty well after I chided Leo Hickman for thinking Trump should read his work::
A new addition, Andrew Freedman from Mashable who once penned a ridiculous piece on sea-level, complete with a flooded runway, forgetting that airplanes can move faster than water:
I’m not the least bit ashamed of my reply: