We have endured no shortage of ridiculous assertions from the global warming hoaxers, but now Stephen Hawking has some unfathomable predictions to make.
The concept of global warming rose to prominence in the early 2000’s after former Vice President Al Gore sneakily passed off his informercial, “An Inconvenient Truth”, as a documentary. In reality, Gore had spent several years prior to the film’s release building a “carbon credit” company in which he would prey on the ecological guilt that he planned to instill via the film. In 2006, when the movie hit theaters, liberals and other environmentally brainwashed progressives raced to become cash-blowing consumers in the plans laid forth by Gore and company. Global warming is, and always has been, a commodity based guilt trip to make the left rich.
In reality, the earth is merely at the whim of the sun. It provides us not only with the Goldilocks climate that allows us to survive on this space rock, but it also creates massive fluctuations in our earth’s overall climate. These cyclic fluctuations dictate that our planet is actually heading into a prolonged period of cooling starting sometime between now and 2030, which will surely have liberal heads spinning.
None of this has stopped the insanity radiating from the global warming hoaxers, including uber-scientist Stephen Hawking, who is now preemptively blaming President Donald Trump for our future surface temperatures of 250 degrees and the hellacious sulphuric acid that will be falling from the sky.
“In an interview to mark his 75th birthday, the world famous physicist told the BBC: ‘We are close to the tipping point where global warming becomes irreversible.’
“‘Trump’s action could push the Earth over the brink, to become like Venus, with a temperature of two hundred and fifty degrees, and raining sulphuric acid.’
“He added: ‘Climate change is one of the great dangers we face and it’s one we can prevent if we act now.’
“‘By denying the evidence for climate change, and pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement, Donald Trump will cause avoidable environmental damage to our beautiful planet, endangering the natural world, for us and our children.’”
Hawking, whose reputation far outweighs his intelligence, then had this gem of advice for the planet.
“Professor Hawking then reiterated his claims if the human race is to survive we will need to leave Earth and colonise another planet – most likely Mars.”
This sort of misleading rhetoric and sensationalism has been used for decades to sway the American people to support liberally-biased businesses, candidates, and theories.
In reality, the left is merely reaching out to the fringes of American society. It’s how political entities such as the democratic party survive: They target fringe groups of Americans, in this case the eco-warriors who only selectively believe science, and they champion whatever misguided cause that they wish. It guarantees the democrats some votes, and it creates a soapbox from which they can attack the right.
It’s a dirty, cheap ploy, but what would a democratic vote-scrounging scheme be without those particular characteristics?