The following article, Flashback: Climate Alarmists Superglue Themselves to Capitol Building to Push AOC’s Agenda, was first published on Flag And Cross.
Of all the things a person can do to bring attention to the redistribution of wealth scam that is “climate change,” these people decided to superglue themselves to the Capitol building? Talk about a mental health crisis, huh?
Check this out, via Daily Wire:
A group of environmental activists superglued themselves to the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday in protest of Congress’ failure to formally acknowledge the planet’s climate emergency.
Extinction Rebellion, an organization known for employing civil disobedience to protest climate change, used Gorilla Glue to secure protesters’ hands onto the walls inside the tunnel that connects the House office buildings to the U.S. Capitol itself. The demonstration was meant to bring awareness to legislation declaring that the climate emergency demands a “national, social, industrial, and economic mobilization of the resources and labor” of the United States.
— Extinction Rebellion Washington DC (@XRebelDC) July 23, 2019
The incident resulted in 17 people arrested — all of whom were charged with “crowding, obstructing, or incommoding,” confirmed Eva Malecki, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Capitol Police. Fifteen of those arrested were also charged with defacing public property, while eight were charged with resisting arrest.
There is such a thing as bringing awareness to something, then there’s making a complete and utter fool of yourself.
A woman who glued her breasts to the street in the name of “global warming” certainly fits in the latter category.
— Georgie Prodromou (@GeorgieProRadio) April 25, 2019
Have you ever thought about dimming the sun?
Seems like a great idea, huh? LOL.
According to CNN, it actually is!
Harvard and Yale scientists are proposing that we tackle climate change by dimming the sun.
It sounds crazy, but according to their research, it could actually cut the rate of global warming in half: https://t.co/Ty8cCK3J5j
— CNN (@CNN) November 23, 2018
The study specifically says, "We make no judgment about the desirability…." It's an examination of the costs and technical feasibility, not a proposal. https://t.co/e9WATiNt20
— James Temple (@jtemple) November 23, 2018
So the sun causes climate change? https://t.co/8Ln8XloOOB
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) November 23, 2018
"spraying sun-dimming chemicals into the Earth's atmosphere"
haven't we been doing this since the industrial revolution? https://t.co/9gECejesMB
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) November 23, 2018
Whenever I see a story that invokes Ivy League scientists finding a solution to anything, I brace myself for the worst idea ever. Once again, they didn't disappoint. https://t.co/jPP1ujXNav
— JD Rucker (@JDRucker) November 23, 2018
Close Harvard and Yale. Nullify all degrees. https://t.co/r8z75K3kVN
— Cody Johnston (@drmistercody) November 23, 2018