Fox & Friends guest likens climate change science to "medieval witchcraft"

Fox & Friends guest likens climate change science to "medieval witchcraft"

Climate denier Marc Morano attacks outlets that acknowledge science in their reporting on hurricanes

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From the September 19 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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MARC MORANO (CLIMATEDEPOT.COM): We have CNN and The Washington Post now literally practicing medieval witchcraft. In the Middle Ages they used to say, "That witch caused this bad weather, she caused the crop failure. We wouldn't have had this had those witches not been there," and they had trials on this. And now they're blaming the president of the United States. Donald Trump does not get credit for our economic growth but the media is perfectly willing to blame him for a hurricane. How does that work? It makes no sense whatsoever.

Previously:

Fox host is outraged that The Wash. Post suggested there's a correlation between Trump's policies and worsening climate change

As Florence bears down on the east coast, Fox & Friends questions link between climate change and extreme weather events

Major media outlets dropped the ball last year on connecting climate change to hurricanes. Will they do better this year?

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