Scrutiny is growing on Hillary Clinton after news broke about these suspicious deaths.
She claims that she did nothing wrong, but others are not so sure.
And she could be in serious trouble for her attempt at a cover-up.
Hillary Clinton is one of the most prodigious liars in U.S. politics. She’s said so many false things and covered up so many scandals, her word is never trustworthy.
Now she is facing serious scrutiny for a major lie that she told about 500,000 deaths.
And while she insists she should be taken at her word, she’s getting pushback from some major news outlets like the New York Post.
Her credibility could be seriously damaged by the time this scandal is all over.
Here’s what Clinton claimed: “[In] Africa, Asia, Latin America . . . we probably could measure about 500,000 deaths [from heat].”
Her comment is about global warming, of course, the hobby-horse of the establishment left who insist on spreading fear and panic to increase their centralized control over the world economy.
When people heard this comment, it immediately sent up red flags.
According to the New York Post, “Hillary’s number sounds laughably high. But she also fails to note how many heat-related deaths are due to climate change.”
“After all, people die of heat even when global temps are falling.”
“Nor does she note the lives saved from the cold by warmer temperatures, which far outnumber those lost.”
“As climate expert Bjorn Lomborg notes, global warming has actually led to fewer ‘overall temperature-related fatalities.’”
The fact that Clinton is getting pushback from a world-renowned expert in the subject of the environment like Bjorn Lomborg is extremely embarrassing for her.
Here’s what Lomborg had to say: “In most public conversations, climate change costs are vastly exaggerated. Just consider how every heat wave is depicted as an end-of-the world, cataclysmic killer, while the far greater reductions in deaths from warmer winters pass without being remarked on. Yet the costs of climate policy are bizarrely ignored.”
“Analyzing the balance between climate and policy costs has been at the heart of the study of climate change economics for more than three decades. Renowned economist William Nordhaus is the only climate change economist recognized with a Nobel prize. His research shows that we should absolutely do something about climate change: early cuts in fossil fuel emissions are cheap and will reduce the most dangerous temperature rises.”
Hillary Clinton clearly has an ulterior motive to make up a suspicious statistic like this about hundreds of thousands of deaths.
And she is going to have to answer for why she continues to push an economic program that will make life worse for the middle-class and poor, despite being supported by environmentalists.