‘HOLY HELL!’: Rumors that Fla. Governor Banned Term ‘Climate Change’ Send Shockwaves Through Whiny Libs

Libs are in a tizzy after Rick Scott supposedly banned the use of the words “climate change” and “global warming”.

A report published by the Miami Herald on Sunday accusing Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s administration of banning the use of the words “climate change” or “global warming” lit up the Internet and excited Florida liberals still smarting over Scott’s re-election in November. It was also picked up news outlets with a liberal bent – like Huffington Post and Newsweek.

But it’s got one problem.

“First off, it’s not true,” Scott told reporters Monday, according to Politico. Scott wasn’t saying “global warming” isn’t true, or that “climate change” isn’t true. He was talking about the report by the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, that turns mainly on the claims of an attorney who worked for the state Department of Environmental Protection before getting fired in 2013.

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