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Obama and climate change

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Cornfed
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Obama and climate change

Post by Cornfed » August 28th, 2019, 12:03 am

Just pointing out the obvious here. Obongo and his “wife” don’t believe in climate change. If they did they wouldn’t be buying seafront property with $15M of their own money, which, if the climate hysteria is true, will all be underwater in a few years. Are you dumber than Obongo?

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Re: Obama and climate change

Post by cheesesweat » August 28th, 2019, 3:04 am

Cornfed wrote:
August 28th, 2019, 12:03 am
Just pointing out the obvious here. Obongo and his “wife” don’t believe in climate change. If they did they wouldn’t be buying seafront property with $15M of their own money, which, if the climate hysteria is true, will all be underwater in a few years. Are you dumber than Obongo?

https://nypost.com/2019/08/22/barack-an ... -vineyard/
Libtards, gotta love their hypocrisy. There was a guy named Dan Pena I believe. He slammed the hell out of climate change, pointed out that all these rich developers are building properties near the ocean, which should all be under water according to the "climate change" hoax. If climate change were real why would they be building all these hotels and condos near the ocean? Surely, these billionaires would know whether or not they'd be under water in a few years. Obviously they know it's BS, just like the scumbag Obolas.

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