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Founder of the Weather Channel Exposes the Global Warming LIE (VIDEO)

With so much of academia buying into global warming hysteria, it’s difficult to find a voice of reason to adequately speak out against it. But John Coleman is clearly the man who fits the bill.

Not only is Coleman an award-winning meteorologist and long-time weather man, he’s the founder of the Weather Channel, which is perhaps America’s most trusted source for weather news.

He quit the American Meteorological Society (AMA) after he decided they became too left-wing, and is now speaking boldly against global warming. He starts out by explaining:

I love our wonderful planet Earth. If I thought it was threatened by global warming, I would devote my life to stopping the warming!

However, watch (above) as Coleman explains why global warming amounts to a more than $4 billion taxpayer-funded industry, which produces countless bogus results. It’s more about politics than science.

Coleman also explains about concerns over water tide rising data:

It’s rising at about the rate of about six inches per hundred years, as part of this inter-glacial period. When North America was covered in a 400 foot thick ice core at the end of the last ice age, the oceans were low, and then as that ice melted, of course the oceans have risen. That rise has been gentle and is not important.

Coleman is a very credible expert on weather phenomenon. He is putting his reputation on the line standing up for science and opposing a left-wing agenda.

Do you agree that global warming is a hoax? Please leave us a comment and let us know what you think.

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Comments on “Founder of the Weather Channel Exposes the Global Warming LIE (VIDEO)”

  1. Dean says:

    Global Scamming. Another way for the government to screw you over with lies. Don’t fall for it, and don’t let any “know it all wannabe” jerk tell you otherwise. Oh, and while we are at it, let’s open up Federal land for oil drilling, thereby creating millions of high paying jobs in the process.

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