NBC Reporter Compares Human Impact On The Earth To An Alien Invasion

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The United Nations recently released a report basically telling us the world is going to end because we polluted too much.

That shouldn’t surprise anyone. The United Nations has been pushing climate change hysteria for awhile.

Most reasonable people understand that of course the climate is changing but there isn’t a consensus on whether or not it’s our fault and what the United States can do about it.

The pundits and reporters on cable news are far from reasonable. So, they say things like this…

From Newsbusters:

“One million, that is how many species are under fire, under the threat of extinction thanks to humans, a new terrifying United Nations report has found,” Ruhle warned late in 1:00 p.m. ET hour as the segment began. After detailing some of the report’s findings, Ruhle scolded: “Do you know why? Human actions. Human actions like urbanization, pollution, poaching, and climate change.”

Ruhle hoped for a “turnaround,” but complained that “there’s not even a consensus around climate change.” At that point, Ward ranted:

I know, I know. I mean, that’s the thing, right? You look at it and you think this should be our great unifying moment, right? This is the moment when space aliens land with ray guns and are threatening all of us and we all band together like you see in the movies. This is it. And yet, that’s not somehow happening.

Obviously, no one wants animals to go extinct but this kind of hysteria being pushed by people on television is just over the top.

Even Stephanie Ruhle could kind of tell this guy was piling it on a little thick.

There are things we can do to make our planet a better place but listening to people like this isn’t one of them.