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Pat Sajak Uses Twitter to Rant About Climate Change View Count: 248
Pat Sajak loves to use Twitter and he especially enjoys tweeting about climate change. It by far is one of his favorite topics on the social media site. According to the Huffington Post, Sajak was sending out some pretty interesting tweets recently about the topics.
On Monday, Sajak tweeted the following: “I now believe global warming alarmists are unpatriotic racists knowingly misleading for their own ends. Good night.”
Followers and non-followers decided to throw their feelings into the mix after Sajak tweeted his opinion. One user prodded Sajak about using other words such as bigot, but Sajak replied with the following:
“Only so much you can do within Twitter parameters.”
Despite his comments, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released data that shows April 2014 was tied for the warmest April on record. April also marked the 350th straight month where global average temperatures were at or above the average for the 20th century.
Sajak never explained where his Twitter rant on climate change came from, or what provoked it, but it continued. The rest of his tweets about climate change from the past couple of months are below:
“Help…climate changing…must send money to lots of places…a lot of money…hurry…time is short…not kidding…”
“Very hot weather: “We’re all going to die!” Very cold weather: “There’s a difference between climate & weather, moron!”’
“With ice caps melted, polar bears gone and kids no longer able to play in the snow, who’s laughing now, huh?”
“Ok, I’ll explain again: cold, snowy winters do not disprove global warming, but warm winters do prove it. Got it?”Pat Sajak Uses Twitter to Rant About Climate Change by Jim Vassallo
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