Kerry warns of 'climate refugees' in not-distant future.

Revealing profound ignorance,  

Secretary of State John Kerry warns U.S. ambassadors that they will be dealing with “climate refugees” in the not-too-distant future.

Hey, John. They exist right now. They’re called “snowbirds,” and can be found in large numbers in Florida, South Texas, Arizona, and Southern California.

But of course, Kerry is scaremongering, reflecting the increasing desperation of warmists, who tend to blame everything on CO2.

“It is a national security threatDescription: http://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png, it is a health threat, it’s an environmental threat, it’s an economic threat,” Kerry said. “We’re spending billions upon billions — $110 billion last year on the damages that occurred because of the increased level of major weather events around the world; droughts that are 500-year droughts, not 100-year droughts; places that have less and less water; food that is less produced where it used to be.”

Somehow, he forgot to name Hurricanes. Increased hurricane levels used to be cited as certain due to global warming. Then, hurricane levels declines and have stayed low for several years. Those predictions are consigned to the memory hole, and now hurricanes are one bad thing completely unrelated to CO2, evidently.

And they call this “settled science”….

Revealing profound ignorance,  

Secretary of State John Kerry warns U.S. ambassadors that they will be dealing with “climate refugees” in the not-too-distant future.

Hey, John. They exist right now. They’re called “snowbirds,” and can be found in large numbers in Florida, South Texas, Arizona, and Southern California.

But of course, Kerry is scaremongering, reflecting the increasing desperation of warmists, who tend to blame everything on CO2.

“It is a national security threatDescription: http://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png, it is a health threat, it’s an environmental threat, it’s an economic threat,” Kerry said. “We’re spending billions upon billions — $110 billion last year on the damages that occurred because of the increased level of major weather events around the world; droughts that are 500-year droughts, not 100-year droughts; places that have less and less water; food that is less produced where it used to be.”

Somehow, he forgot to name Hurricanes. Increased hurricane levels used to be cited as certain due to global warming. Then, hurricane levels declines and have stayed low for several years. Those predictions are consigned to the memory hole, and now hurricanes are one bad thing completely unrelated to CO2, evidently.

And they call this “settled science”….