Obama: Climate Summit to be ‘Powerful Rebuke’ to ISIL

Obama: Climate Summit to be ‘Powerful Rebuke’ to ISIL

Time after time we’ve heard Obama and his administration claim that nothing is a bigger threat to civilization than climate change. On top of that, every single democrat candidate makes the same claim.

Recently, Bernie Sanders tried to justify the terrorist attack in Paris claiming climate change caused a drought and they were all just really upset they couldn’t grow crops.

Seriously? What is wrong with these people?

Truly, liberalism is a mental disorder!

So, to top it off, Obama had a press conference at the White House with French President François Hollande urging Americans to unite against the threat of terrorism.

His proposal?

You guessed it, attend a climate change summit in France.

Obama said, “What a powerful rebuke to the terrorists it will be, when the world stands as one and shows that we will not be deterred from building a better future for our children.”

A ‘powerful rebuke?’

If you ask me… France and Russia dropping hundreds of bombs on ISIS controlled areas is a pretty powerful rebuke.

The Islamic State couldn’t give two craps about climate change, or global cooling, or global warming, or weather for that matter.

They care about one thing: killing anyone who doesn’t agree with them.

 


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