National talk radio host Mark Levin has come out with some awesome new proof that man-made climate change does not exist.
On his August 30th broadcast, first he gravely listed scientists from history: “Aristotle, Archimedes, Galileo, Tesla, Faraday, Newton, Pasteur, Einstein and Edison,” while managing to mispronounce “Archimedes” as if his first name were “Archie,” which is pretty funny in itself.
Then Levin popped his serious question: “What do they all have in common?”
If that sounds more like the wind up to a joke (nine scientists walk into a bar, and the bartender says...), well, yeah. Because here’s Levin’s actual answer:
“Not a single one of them ever wrote about man-made climate change.” Levin repeats this several times, as if he’s fathoming a major revelation.
Then: ”Because ladies and gentlemen, man-made climate change is not about science. It’s not about evidence. It’s not about knowledge. It’s not about facts. It’s about an ideology, imported in the United States from Europe, like Marxism itself.”
So remember that logic, that evidence, that fact. If these nine scientists did not mention it, it does not exist. That really could come in handy in a lot of situations. “Hey Archie Meedeez never wrote about TV, so I don’t have to pay my cable bill.”
As if he couldn’t stand the inanity of his own argument for long, Levin bailed out in less than three minutes with this:
”Do we believe the fifth-sixth level weather people--or Aristotle, Archimedes, Faraday, Galileo, Tesla, Newton, Pasteur, Einstein and Edison? It’s so obvious, ladies and gentlemen, it’s man-made climate change, not one of these men ever mentioned it!”
Yes, he said “Archie Meedeez” again.