‘It’s Us’: Networks Blame July Heat Wave on ‘Man Made Climate Change’

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Proving how much their leftist agenda takes precedence over simply reporting the news, on Tuesday, all three of the network evening newscasts blamed man-made climate change on the July heat wave sweeping much of the United States and Europe. 

After spending much of the opening segment of the broadcast on the heat wave, ABC’s World News Tonight anchor David Muir turned to chief meteorologist Ginger Zee to ask the leading question of how much has the planet gotten warmer over the past fifty years. 

“I was going to ask if you could just show us just the last 50 years what the record books show as far as summer highs recorded here in the U.S. And what you’ve seen, a clear trend,” Muir asked. 

In response, Zee put up a time-lapsed chart that purportedly showed the globe has gotten warmer over the past half-century. “Over the 50 years of this time-lapse as we take the 30-year averages up you see a rapid rise in temperature across the entire nation. There are very few cooler spots than average at all,” Zee claimed. 

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Zee continued: “I know you’re looking at me now and saying okay, so you showed us 50 years, our Earth is way older than this and we’ve been way hotter than this. And that’s true. However, those came with other signals and indicators like Earth’s orbit or proximity to the sun. What we have right now, scientists say, the attribution to this rapid rise in temperatures, greenhouse gas emissions. It’s us, David.” 

Meanwhile, on CBS Evening News, correspondent Kris Van Cleave decided to ask Sarah Barnes from the National Weather Service if this heat wave we’re experiencing this summer is an “example of climate change impacting the weather pattern?”  

Later on, in the climate change paranoia segment, foreign correspondent Ramy Ioncencio huffed that “Environmental experts say it’s more proof climate change is at our doorstep.” 

Lastly, on NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt in his typical smug and patronizing fashion opened his broadcast wailing how “this is what scientists have been telling us the future looks like, except it is now.”

This climate hysteria from the three networks was made possible by Angi on ABC, Simplisafe on CBS, and Liberty Mutual on NBC. Their information is linked so you can let them know about the biased news they fund. 

To read the relevant transcripts of each segment click expand: 

ABC’s World News Tonight 
July 19, 2022
6:38:52 p.m. Eastern 

DAVID MUIR: And Ginger, while we have you I know you and the team have been studying these summer high temperatures going back for a century in our country. I was going to ask if you could just show us just the last 50 years what the record books show as far as summer highs recorded here in the U.S. And what you’ve seen, a clear trend. 

GINGER ZEE: Sure, David, I’ll take you straight to the data. So you’re looking first at the map that says 1961 to 1990. These are 30-year averages compared to the 20th century. You see some blue on the map. Over the 50 years of this time-lapse as we take the 30-year averages up you see a rapid rise in temperature across the entire nation. There are very few cooler spots than average at all. 

And what this means, and I know you’re looking at me now and saying okay, so you showed us 50 years, our Earth is way older than this and we’ve been way hotter than this. And that’s true. However, those came with other signals and indicators like Earth’s orbit or proximity to the sun. What we have right now, scientists say, the attribution to this rapid rise in temperatures, greenhouse gas emissions. It’s us, David. 

MUIR: Which is why it’s really important we report on it both here in the U.S. And across the globe, and what we’re seeing in Europe as well. 

CBS Evening News
July 19, 2022
6:34:28 p.m. Eastern 

KRIS VAN CLEAVE: Is this a example of climate change impacting the weather pattern? 

SARAH BARNES (METEOROLOGIST, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE): We’re certainly seeing more extreme weather due to climate change. This drought caused us to go into summer much more earlier than we normally see. 

(…)

6:36:42 p.m. Eastern 

RAMY IONCENCIO: What we’re seeing here, this kind of fire and this scale of fire has just shocked residents, but this record-breaking heat, hitting 104 degrees, along with this tinderbox condition has just made all this possible. Outside Buckingham Palace in the city center, the queen’s guard in woolen uniforms and bearskin hats drew mercy from a policeman. While around the country train tracks buckled in the heat and service slowed or was canceled. Britons looking for a break had almost nowhere to go. Just about three of every 100 homes here have air conditioning. Environmental experts say it’s more proof climate change is at our doorstep. 

UNIDENTIFIED CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVIST: Climate change isn’t just a thing over there. It’s here. 

DOCTOR MICHAL NACHMANY (CLIMATE POLICY RADAR): Yes. I mean, we used to look at polar bears, and then we used to say this is about our children and our grandchildren. This isn’t. This is us, this is here, this is now.

NBC Nightly News
July 19, 2022
7:01:40 p.m. Eastern

LESTER HOLT: Good evening, everyone, this is what scientists have been telling us the future looks like, except it is now. Temperatures far above what was once considered the summer norm, inflicting misery and creating a health danger for millions living under record heat from California to western Europe as well as parts of Asia and Africa. 

In this country, the torrid conditions setting more new records. Dallas hitting 109, as did Oklahoma City. Dodge City, Kansas, setting a new record at 107. Across the pond, the usually temperate UK hitting an all-time record high, 104 degrees, bending and breaking train rails. That’s how hot it was.

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