Okla. congressman wants Obama apology for spending 30x more on global warming than weather forecasting and warning

MSNBC reports Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.) said:

“Even climate change alarmists admit the number of hurricanes hitting the U.S. and the number of tornado touchdowns have been on a slow decline for over 100 years.

“But here is what we absolutely know. We know that Oklahoma will have tornadoes when the cold jet stream meets the warm Gulf air, and we also know that this president spends 30 times as much money on global warming research as he does on weather forecasting and warning. For this gross misallocation, the people of Oklahoma are ready to accept the president’s apology and I intend to submit legislation to fix this.”

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5 thoughts on “Okla. congressman wants Obama apology for spending 30x more on global warming than weather forecasting and warning”

  1. I’ve said it here before, and I’ll say it again, no matter what climatologists predict, the only thing that’s relevant to humans is the weather. Weather grows crops, and kills people. Predicting anything else is a waste of money.

    The trouble is, the system is broken. The families of the dead people in the Oklahoma tornadoes do not represent as many votes as the warmists. The system is not designed to address real problems with realistic goals. It’s why democracy sucks, except that everything else is worse.

  2. Did anyone read the comments following Maddows ‘article?’ Its full to the brim of the nastiest hate-filled comments I’ve read in a long time. The national socialist party mastered the art of hate-speech to the point that a normally peacful and kind people commited genocide on a massive scale.

  3. The POTUS is not simply not capable of understanding that money spent on forecasting and warning is much more needed that lining the pockets of his elitist cronies and wasting money on global warming farces. He is much to preoccupied with using government to harass his political enemies. Or perhaps he just prefers to indirectly kill people through his inaction.

  4. Bravo! After hearing about the lost lives in Oklahoma, my first thoughts were “why wasn’t there infrastructure in place such as tornado shelters, especially at the schools, to save lives.” Instead of wasting money to appease the global warming gods, lives could have been saved.

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