We might assume that Republicans claiming a “culture of life” would mean they’re fascinated by guaranteeing the earth is liveable. Naaa.
In today’s illustration that Republicans ar unfit to carry leadership positions in a very trendy nation, Michigan Representative Tim Walberg told constituents involved concerning temperature change that they need nothing to fret concerning as a result of “God” can fix it.
Walberg said, “I believe there’s climate change. I believe there’s been climate change since the beginning of time. Do I think man has some impact? Yeah, of course. Can man change the entire universe? No.”
He continued: “Why do I believe that? Well, as a Christian, I believe that there is a creator in God who is much bigger than us. And I’m confident that, if there’s a real problem, he can take care of it.”
As Walberg’s constituents groaned at his response, he said, “I don’t expect you to agree with me on that.”
Normal people agree with the overwhelming consensus of the scientific community that human activity is the primary driver of global warming.
Like most Republicans, Walberg seems to be confused about this “America-thingie,” and doesn’t understand that the founders entrusted us with a democratic republic free from religious fantasies precisely so we could be truly free and realistically face whatever challenges arise. Walberg’s adherence to ancient, mystical fables have no place in a nation that likes to fancy herself a leader in the world. Like autocrats who use religion as a mechanism to control the populace, Republicans have no place in our secular government.
Meanwhile, it had been according on weekday that alleged President Trump plans to position the us as a country by actuation America the out of the historic Paris Climate Agreement.
Not happy to easily embarrass and disgrace America within the world community, Republicans ar determined to kill America all.
In the face of Republican content and inaction, it’s the duty of all good, patriotic, Americans to resist.
Watch Walberg below: