On September 8, 1900, a hurricane hit Galveston, Texas. It was the deadliest U.S. natural disaster in history, with estimates of the death toll ranging from 6,000 to 12,000, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association.
CNN “conveniently” omitted this from their report.
And, as many have pointed out on Twitter: They can’t predict where Hurricane Dorian will hit in the next 12 hours, but they can somehow predict exact weather patterns…in twelve years?
There are 74 models guessing which path a hurricane might take days from now, but we know with certainty next century's climate.
— Razor (@hale_razor) September 7, 2017
CNN’s fall from a purveyor of news to pure propaganda organ of the Left was vividly displayed yesterday. An anchor named Ana Cabrera accused an expert of “sidestepping” the purported issue of global warming making hurricanes more dangerous. She didn’t interview the guest herself, but rather commented on a previous interview done by her colleague in which the other CNN anchor tried to bait guest Peter Gaynor, acting FEMA director, into blaming global warming:
Researchers say that we’re going to see even more very intense hurricanes due to the climate crisis. Do you agree with that?
Gaynor refused to agree. When the recording of the interview was done, Cabrera blatantly stated (with prepared-in-advance slides with the text):
Here are the facts we know that the climate crisis is making hurricanes more dangerous. Here are the top ways listed in order of scientific confidence. The sea level rise is making storm surge more dangerous and making storms wetter, increasing the rainfall rate, as well as the amount of precipitation a storm can produce. Strong storms are getting even stronger because of warmer oceans. And storms are rapidly intensifying more frequently. So we are seeing this play out in real time with hurricane Dorian, the strongest hurricane to ever hit the Bahamas on record.
What makes this so shameful is that there is no evidence at all that global warming has anything to do Hurricane Dorian or any purported increase in hurricane activity. The National Atmospheric and Oceanographic Administration (NOAA) has officially debunked such claims…..
Facts first: the hurricane-climate crisis connection👇 pic.twitter.com/teoG7b7zTc
— Ana Cabrera (@AnaCabrera) September 1, 2019