Miami’s ‘Outraged’ mayor sat slackjawed when asked a few ‘simple’ questions.
Isn’t it time we demand a higher quality of politician?
We have knee-jerk robotic talking-point driven outrage from a politician. When Tucker asks for what EXACTLY has him so upset, he makes a face like a beached fish.
The way Tucker set this up, you’d think the Mayor would jump right at the opportunity, to lay out some facts and figures, and make his case. It’s not like he should be surprised by the kind of searching questions Tucker has a reputation for asking.
Tucker straight up said at the outset that he’s ‘agnostic’ about this particular topic. It was the perfect ‘open door’.
Which Philip Levine managed to slam in his own face on national TV.
“You’re concerned about rising sea levels,” Carlson began.
“I’m not here to argue that that’s not a concern. I’m just wondering how this specific agreement sending three billion dollars a year to countries like India and China, who don’t have to lower their emissions rates, is going to fix the global warming problem in Miami Beach?”
Instead of answering the question, Levine went on to rant about flooding.
“During sunny days, the water levels have gone up dramatically,” he said. “And it’s not just Miami Beach. It’s coastal cities all over the world. Tucker, I heard what you had to say but I gotta tell you something. When the world’s leading scientists are telling you this is what’s going on… at some point you have to listen.”
“Yeah, you’re actually dodging my question completely,” Carlson skewered before posing it again. — Read more
The guy danced like a kite in the wind.
He had no answers and didn’t even seem to know WHY it was such a ‘horrible’ decision.
But was that enough to get him to back down? See for yourself.