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Meteorologist Mocks Ocasio-Cortez For Linking Tornado Warning to Climate Change

Meteorologist Ryan Maue mocked Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after she linked a tornado warning in Washingon, D.C. to climate change, explaining “it’s just the weather.”

Maue was responding to the Congresswoman’s Instagram posts which showed a video of the weather at the time, as well as a diatribe on how a tornado in that area must be the new norm thanks to global warming.

“There’s people stuck outside,” the Representative from New York frets in the video. “We need to get them out. This is crazy.”

There is no indication that the New York Democrat rushed outside to aid the people who seemed unfazed by the conditions around them. And the staffers she is hanging with all seem to be feigning fear.

The architect of the widely-mocked environmentalist’s dream, the Green New Deal, lamented that the tornado warning is a sign of increased climate change activity.

“The climate crisis is real y’all … guess we’re at casual tornadoes in growing regions of the country,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote to her followers.

Actual Meteorologist Shreds Her

Maue, an actual research meteorologist and a former adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, wasn’t buying what AOC was peddling.

“It’s just the weather in D.C.,” he tweeted.

Maue elaborated that the New York socialist’s comments appear to demonstrate that she “does not know the difference between weather and climate.”

He then opted to use an analogy that might be a little easier for the slow-witted Democrat to understand.

“Let’s try an easy analogy: Weather is what outfit you wear heading out the door. Climate is your closet wardrobe,” Maue explained.

You’re going to have to make it a lot easier than that, Mr. Maue. That analogy contains way too many words with more than one syllable.

Mocked by Environmentalists

Ocasio-Cortez should be used to the mockery by now. She’s even been called out by fellow concerned environmentalists.

Patrick Moore, the co-founder of Greenpeace, blasted her for pimping the Green New Deal while continuing to travel in gas-guzzling SUVs and airplanes.

Moore raged against her for being a “garden-variety hypocrite” and “pretending to know” things about the environment despite having “zero expertise.”

Similar to what Maue was saying. She doesn’t know anything about weather or climate but presents herself as an expert on global warming, predicting that the world will end in 12 years.

Moore has even referred to Ocasio-Cortez, rightly, as a “pompous little twit.”

While Ocasio-Cortez pretends that simple tornado warnings are a sign of an impending apocalypse, it should be noted that the D.C.-area has actually seen 9 tornadoes before, with 7 of them touching down.

A couple of them even dated all the way back to the 1800s. One, in particular, dated August 25th, 1814, extinguished fires set by British soldiers, sent debris flying that killed some of the soldiers, and sent the British army fleeing from Washington soon thereafter.

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