The Facts Show Louisiana’s Floods Not Caused By Man-Made Climate Change

The climate ambulance chasers will be out in full force, calling for global communism when the longest drought of category 3+ landfall Atlantic/Gulf coast hurricanes in recorded history breaks. It’s now been a record 11 years since “Wilma” (2005).

Localised low pressure weather systems, like Louisiana and “Sandy” will have to suffice for the climate alarmist industry, until a decent hurricane eventually arrives.

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Nick LorisBy Nicolas Loris ~

Is man-made global warming to blame for the heavy rainfall and flooding in Louisiana? Former Vice President Al Gore sure thinks so.

And The New York Times ran a story with the title “Flooding in the South Looks a Lot Like Climate Change.” But the climate research suggests otherwise.

Speaking in Houston to train more grassroots activists on global warming, Gore said: “These kinds of record downpours—that’s one of the manifestations of the climate crisis.”

The Times article led with: “Climate change is never going to announce itself by name. But this is what we should expect it to look like.”

The U.S. Coast Guard rescues locals from flood water Sunday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo: Brandon Giles/Coast Guard/UPI/Newscom)The U.S. Coast Guard rescues locals from flood water Sunday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo: Brandon Giles/Coast Guard/UPI/Newscom)

Torrential rain and severe flooding tragically claimed at least 11 lives in southern Louisiana and affected more than 40,000 homes. Emergency responders and other volunteers

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