EPA Chief: “Normal people” will win global warming debate

At a Tuesday White House conference, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy told attendees that normal people, not climate deniers will win the global warming debate. The Daily Caller states McCarthy made these comments in light of a report her agency released about the negative health effect global warming will have on people. She said the EPA puts reports out to educate the public and not answer global warming skeptics.

“I am doing that not to push back on climate deniers,” McCarthy told doctors, health professionals and others gathered at a White House summit. “You can have fun doing that if you want, but I’ve batted my head against the wall too many times and if the science already hasn’t changed their mind it never will.”

She also said normal people, not climate skeptics, will eventually win the global warming debate. Her statement was explicitly done to insult scientists and others who do not believe or agree with the science her agency purports that humans are the cause of climate change. Her and other climate alarmists smear of calling people who doubt anthropogenic global warming as deniers attempts to place dissenters on par with Holocaust Deniers.

The term denier that is used to label or insult people who do not subscribe to or doubt humans as being the cause of climate change is indicative of the alarmist side being desperate. It is abundantly clear that alarmists are not confident in their conclusions and are resorting to smear tactics in an attempt to silence opposition. People like Gina McCarthy, climate alarmists and environmentalists specialize in pollution of the mind which seeks to clamp down on critical thought. If I was on the alarmist side of the global warming debate I certainly would think twice about siding with people like Gina McCarthy since its clear she prefers to form policy based on ideology and not scientific facts.

Below is a video segment of Neil Cavuto’s program on Fox News of her smearing climate skeptics followed by an interview of Climate Depot’s Marc Morano.