“It’s almost like witchcraft,” CNBC's Joe Kernen said. “In the middle ages it was witchcraft. You would have attributed adverse weather events to witchcraft.”
February 28, 2014

Why are so many of the people on CNBC so very, very stupid? Could it be.... Satan?

Climate change, and January’s record-setting heat, probably had nothing to do with increase CO2 emissions, CNBC’s Joe Kernen said Thursday morning.

According to Kernen, the better explanation is that it’s just inexplicable.“It’s almost like witchcraft,” Kernen said. “In the middle ages it was witchcraft. You would have attributed adverse weather events to witchcraft. Now we just have CO2 at this point.”

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