Given the lengths the Democrats are willing to go to stop former President Donald Trump and other Republicans from gaining ground in the 2022 midterm elections, they have said some rather outlandish comments. They suggested Republicans were Nazis, compared the Capitol Hill riot to 9/11, and declared the GOP was overrun with MAGA Republicans. But among all the absurd comments, nothing prepared Americans for Senator Amy Klobuchar who recently stated that Hurricane Ian, which is expected to cause significant damage to Florida, was a result of Climate Change and the way to beat it was to vote blue.

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That’s right, in the video below, the Democratic Senator suggested, “We just did something about climate change for the first time in decades. That’s why [Democrats] have to win this as that hurricane bears down on Florida. We’ve got to win in the midterms. We understand that.”

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Not long after the Democrat stated that Hurricane Ian was a result of climate change and voters need to vote blue to stop them, Senator Ted Cruz mocked Amy Klobuchar, tweeting, “Since you can’t afford a home when Dems are in power, you won’t have to worry about flooding…”

former NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch added to Ted Cruz, writing, “The new science: so the hurricane is punishing Floridians for voting Republican, not because it’s a seasonal event and has been since before this grift. Nice sentiment @amyklobuchar as people are fleeing inland and praying they don’t lose their homes.”

It should also be noted that CNN’s Don Lemon also tried to push the idea that climate change caused Hurricane Ian to become a category 4. He asked Acting Director of the NOAA National Hurricane Center Jamie Rohme to explain the effects climate change had on Ian. Rohme insisted, “Well, we can come back and talk about climate change at a later time. I want to focus on the here and now. We think the rapid intensification is probably almost done. There could be a little bit more intensification as it is still over the warm waters of the eastern Gulf of Mexico, but I don’t think we’re gonna get any more rapid intensification. If you look here, you can actually see, pretty interesting for your viewers, you can actually see a second eyewall forming around the inner eyewall. And that’s basically the second eyewall has overtaken the original eyewall and that should arrest development.”

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Don Lemon couldn’t let the issue go, wanting to push the climate change agenda, he asked again, “What effect is climate change to have on this phenomenon that is happening now? Because it seems these storms are intensifying. That’s the question.”

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Quickly shutting down the idea, Rohme admitted, “I don’t think you can link climate change to any one event. On the cumulative, climate change may be making storms worse, but to link it to any one event. I would caution against them.”

This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on September 28, 2022. It originally appeared on and is used with permission.

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