New York Times Snowflake Readers Melt in Horror at Climate Skeptic Columnist Bret Stephens

New York Times readers are deserting in droves in protest that its new columnist, Bret Stephens, thinks incorrect thoughts about man-made global warming. In his first column Stephens committed the cardinal sin of suggesting that maybe climate change isn’t quite the major existential threat that liberals have cracked up to be; and that maybe the environmentalists’ rabid zealotry is doing their cause more harm than good. ” Claiming total certainty about the science traduces the spirit of science and creates openings for doubt whenever a climate claim proves wrong. Demanding abrupt and expensive changes in public policy raises fair questions about ideological intentions. Censoriously asserting one’s moral superiority and treating skeptics as imbeciles and deplorables wins few converts.” Mighty has been the progressives’ wrath. According to Soros attack dog Joe Romm, it could scarcely have been worse if the New York Times had given the column to the former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, David Duke. According to the Guardian‘s Dana Nucitelli, the most charitable thing you could say about Stephens’s piece is that it’s “ignorant and wrong.” Professor Ken Caldeira, of the Carnegie Institute for Science, has publicly cancelled his NYT subscription. So too has German climate professor Stefan Rahmsdorf…

And it continues..  To read the rest of this article by James Delingpole, click on the text above.  To even question the religion (or cult) of so-called “global warming,” or it’s latest incantation “climate change,” is something that those on the left simply cannot tolerate.

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