CFACT’s Morano on Fox & Friends talks activists vandalizing van Gogh painting

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CFACT’s Director of Communications and editor of Climate Depot appeared on Fox & Friends to analyze climate protesters who threw soup on a Van Gogh painting as part of a demonstration.

Morano: “This is being pushed by wealthy families and Hollywood donors. Director Adam McKay gave $4 million dollars to this van Gogh protest.” …

Morano: “At this point, Europeans are realizing not – ‘Let’s destroy some famous artwork and fight climate’. Europeans are realizing they shouldn’t have listened to Greta Thunberg — they should have instead listened to Donald Trump and his message was clear about making your own energy.  They are saying that wood is more valuable than gold in Europe because people are gathering wood for the coming winter and the irony is they are praying for a warm winter. Wasn’t global warming supposed to bring warmer winters?” … “Europeans are fearing winter for the first time since the industrial revolution because their energy supplies are so low because they shut down their own energy and became more reliant on foreign sources including Vladimir Putin.”

Watch the segment here.


    CFACT, founded in 1985 by Craig Rucker and the late (truly great) David Rothbard, examines the relationship between human freedom, and issues of energy, environment, climate, economics, civil rights and more.

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