U.S. Tornadoes Kill 32

Powerful tornadoes tore through 11 states in the Midwest and the South this past weekend, killing at least 32 and leaving behind a trail of destruction. Trees, homes and businesses are in ruins while dozens of families mourn their losses.

And there could be more to come. While authorities are still trying to determine how many tornadoes ripped through the country this past weekend, federal forecasters are worried that an approaching cold front could mean EF-2 tornadoes from Ohio to Mississippi tomorrow. Nearly 60 million people could be affected.

Strong winds have placed an additional 5 million under fire risk. What is going on?

The deception: According to Axios, “[C]limate change is altering the frequency, the intensity, maybe the location of where these things are happening.” National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration chief Rick Spinrad says, “Climate change is driving both wet and dry extremes.”

According to the “experts,” climate change is responsible for every issue. Only climate action will reduce the imminent threat of catastrophe, they say. They’ve been saying the same thing for decades.

We offer an alternative view.

The Trumpet said: “The media and scientists talk about the danger [climate change] poses to America and how it will end the world in 10 years,” wrote Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry in 2017. “But they have been presenting this farcical notion for 20 or 30 or 40 years now! We have to understand that it is not climate change causing these ‘natural’ disasters.”

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