Alarmists Tie Hurricane Beryl to Texans’ Support for Fossil Fuels

Alarmists Tie Hurricane Beryl to Texans’ Support for Fossil Fuels


Climate-fueled weather disasters in Texas are tied to “a government hostile to the very concept of climate change,” Bloomberg Opinion editor Mark Gongloff declared Tuesday.

“No other state has suffered more climate-related damage over the past several decades than the Lone Star State,” Gongloff writes, fallout from “Texas’ aggressive pro-global-warming policies.”

The writer goes on to make the unfalsifiable assertion that while climate change may not have caused Hurricane Beryl, “it certainly made it more powerful and destructive,” before acknowledging that a growing La Nina phenomenon in the Pacific might also have something to do with it.

“Beryl is just the start of what will be an unusually busy hurricane season,” he prophesies, warning that “climate change makes each event more likely to

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