Climate marchers in Denver, CO had to cancel their global warming march after a storm dumped a foot of snow on the city. The march was supposed to take place on Saturday, April 29th, but a blizzard with an intrepid sense of humor forced them to reschedule for Sunday. 


The thought of a squawking gaggle of tree huggers marching through a foot of snow waving signs about global warming, rising temperatures and melting ice caps was almost enough for me to fly out and spectate. But not really, I have shit to do. Twitter, of course, took full advantage:

Snowflakes falling on the snowflakes as they march against global warming 😂


I’m not saying climate change isn’t real. I’m not saying it is. I’m saying it’s up for debate. Every time there’s a warm day in the winter, all the hippies shout “see? Global warming is real” and every time it snows in May, well, draw your own conclusion. The point is, the science is anything but settled. Is the climate changing? Sure, it’s always been changing, it’s climate, it’s dynamic. Is there any empirical evidence that proves humans are causing it to change? Absolutely not. Is there a motive for scientists to say otherwise? If you don’t count the massive government grants they receive, then no. Is there a motive for the government to pay the scientists to say humans are affecting the climate? It’s no secret the left wants to push a socialist agenda, and what better way to gain control of the means of production than convincing the public that they’re polluting the atmosphere at an alarming rate and the only way reign it in is through massive regulation. (Excuse me while I adjust my tinfoil hat) Who knows? Either way, we know that sometimes there are warm days in the winter and sometimes climate alarmists are forced to march through a foot of snow in may. The point is, there’s room for a debate.
By: Dave Wilkins

Twitter: @davewilkins12