Tuesday on “Piers Morgan Live,” Morgan dutifully contributed to the leftist media’s ham-fisted efforts to weaponize the “Polar Vortex”-induced superfreeze for the global warming cause by cueing CNN meteorologist Chad Myers to sarcastically chide narrow-minded Americans who’d dare question the premises of global warming.
After Myers presented his dumb-downed explanation of the dreaded Polar Vortex bubble-burst effect, Morgan gave the meteorologist the cue he’d been waiting for all night: Isn't this all about global warming? Myers’ response was dripping with sarcasm, browbeating the audience by portraying Americans as those who think “global” means "to the Safeway and back."
Morgan: These massive swings of temperatures around the globe, what do you think it says about global warming?... What is your sense, Chad, about what is going on here?
Myers: I’ve heard all chatter about, “Oh look at this global warming, how cold it is. Look at this.” Let me just put this into perspective. Over the past 30 days, there have been 1,000 or so – right about 1,000 – record highs across America. There have been half of that for record lows. So even though it feels cold, it still has been warm over the past 30 days. It's GLOBAL. It's not where you live. I know global where you live, things like you to the Safeway and back, that's your globe. We're talking about— like Australia. 100 degrees. 115 down there in some spots. Hot in some spots, cold in others. That's just the way it goes.
Lesson: You may feel cold, but you’re really hot. Much like how Myers might feel superior to his audience, when in fact he’s a clown.
And, of course, this doublethink applies to "GLOBAL" temperatures: They might seem like they've been flat for a decade and a half, but they're really rising toward the impending apocalypse as the great prophet Al Gore foretold.