MSNBC: Reporter Says Obama Is Going To Stop HURRICANES By Doing THIS

Published on October 6, 2016

We have a new slogan for your network. Try this one on, ‘MSNBC: We Just Make Stuff Up!’

Look! It’s even happy and festive with an exclamation mark.

You can just call the new slogan, ‘Journalistic Integrity’ so people know you have some. ‘Cause right now, it appears you have a shortage.

More and more it’s just idiots on parade over there at MSNBC.

Ron Allen of MSNBC just said that Obama pushing for the Paris Climate Agreement and having it ratified is ‘significant’ because it is ‘designed to stop’ weather events like Hurricane Matthew.

Yes, kiddies, Obama will stop Hurricanes by signing a treaty.

Congratulations! That may win the Pulitzer for Stupid.

Watch Allen make a fool of himself:

An MSNBC reporter was bashed online on Wednesday, when he claimed on air that the new Paris climate change agreement would stop storms like Hurricane Matthew.

Ron Allen was reporting from the White House, where President Obama spoke to the media about the agreement being ratified by the required number of nations.

When President Obama wrapped up his speech, Allen started speaking and tied the agreement to the current hurricane barreling towards Florida.

‘It’s very interesting that this is happening on a day when there’s a hurricane bearing down on the United States and in the Caribbean because these severe storms, beach erosions, intense weather episodes that we’ve had is perhaps the most practical sample of what the president was talking about as the threat that the planet faces,’ Allen said.

He went on to say that the agreement, which encourages nations to reduce their carbon emissions, ‘is designed to stop’ storms like Hurricane Matthew.

Read more: Daily Mail

Is there nothing that Obama can’t do according to the adoring Media(D)?

Ok, where to begin…

We’re going to need some help here.




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