Today we know via Adam Schiff (D-CA) that that colluding pair, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, caused the weather to change for the worse. They colluded with other Russians to debunk the consensus agreed to by 97% of Obama's Congressional Black Caucus - all climatologists!
Trust me, there's not a single polar bear left anywhere.
I rest my case.
Weather, I found, was a capitalist plot. The climate never changed before the Republican Party came into existence and began the deplorable change Barack Obama tried to prevent by spying on Trump's irremediable family.
Truth is, conservatives want nothing more than for their children to grow up in a dystopian universe of pollution, feces along our sidewalks, stench-spewing sewers filled with germs, viruses, and vomit. Clearly, Republican policies created America’s race riot-torn burned down cities exploding with violence, overrun with rows of tents and cardboard boxes filled with homeless vagrants soaked in their own urine. For example, California's San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, Los Angeles, Stockton, Sacramento, and San Diego, which has the fourth largest homeless population in the US.
Even during protracted periods of cooling, when they were settled in Budapest.
Never mind the serial blizzards in April-May year-after-year across the United States.
Or the frozen Danube between Buda and Pest. That must have been the place where Obama walked on water.
That’s when in 2016, the Times’ Tom Friedman and Paul Krugman hyperventilated about imminent global warming and predicted the market crash - Trump plunging us into major global depression by January 2017 the latest. We're still suffering from it.
The conclusions are inescapable. Conservatives are responsible for changing the climate from weather that never changed before in history, to weather that changed for the first time when Al Gore made his film. Even more important, we concluded that neither Trump nor the deniers are good people.
An early promoter of the Earth Day and an environment free of common sense (this, before carbon credits were found between Al Gore's fat thighs, the rubbing together of which were credited for producing global heat through friction), Ira “once reportedly broke out the joints, stripped naked and danced in the classroom,” TIME reported. And at Harvard University he once said: “a little more hugging could do Harvard a lot of good.”
Thus we unpack the confusion between really good people like Ira, who are good for the environment, and good for women (and most important for Colorado marijuana sales), and miserably bad people like MAGA "deplorables" who work for a living.
Good people, for example, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, can explain advanced economic theory to her 78-year-old Democrat mates in the House. She also instructs the 72-year-old president at how to run businesses so he too can become successful like her. Then she demonstrates her impressive knowledge of plumbing and kitchen sink garbage disposals.
We mentioned the best of the "good people" from Harvard:
That’s where Ira Einhorn learned how to compost his girlfriend. After inhaling pot. Ira likely stripped naked first to hug the trees. Then he packed Helen in Saran wrap like a slab of supermarket meat - because he was good people. Meanwhile, really bad people from Yale and Wharton who’ve been Waging a War on Women, Bush and Trump for example, built environmentally clean green homes, and rebuilt the West Side's waterfront with luxury skyscrapers to house the Masters of the Universe, aka REALLY BAD PEOPLE.
Einhorn of the Green Movement, aka “good people,” disposed of his girlfriend to promote women’s rights.
Helen “Holly” Maddux’s remains were found decomposing in a heap of newspaper and Styrofoam packing material in a trunk in Einhorn’s home 18 months after she had gone missing.” To tell the truth, Einhorn did it for the Earth, for the Greens, for oppressed women, for Pussy Hats, and for the MeToos.
Meanwhile, Al Gore’s Earthlings will be regularly informed about greenhouse gases found only in greenhouses.
Andrew G. Benjamin is a real estate and tax specialist, equities trader, a former economic advisor to New York city mayor Rudy Giuliani; serving on the transition team's Subcommittee on Taxation, Finance and the Budget. Benjamin also wrote extensively about intelligence, political and economic issues, the Mideast and its history, terrorism, technology, high end audio, migration issues and transnational politics concentrating on Europe.