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Montana Dem candidate says climate change skeptics should consider suicide

Just who is out of touch, Rob?

(NationalSentinelEnvironment: A Democratic congressional candidate in Montana has a message for anyone who dares to challenge the teachings of the far-Left Church of Climate Change: Go kill yourself.

As reported by Breitbart News, Democratic candidate Rob Quist is running against Republican nominee Greg Gianforte and Libertarian Mark Wicks for Montana’s U.S. House at-large seat to replace Ryan Zinke, the interior secretary.

Quist, a musician who has been criticized for performing at nudist colonies, tried to paint his GOP rival as out of touch with average Montanans, if you can believe that.

The Republican nominee answered a question about climate change and the Clean Power Plan saying, “Everyone believes that the climate is changing.” However, he added, “Using EPA’s data calculated by the Cato Institute; they said if we shut down every coal-fired plant in North America our environment would be two-hundredths of a degree cooler a hundred years from now…for that we are willing to give up 7,000 jobs in Montana and $1.5 billion in annual revenue? That’s not a smart business decision.”

In response, Quist said, “To me this a cumulative thing, you cannot just say closing one plant or not is going to make a difference. This is something that the entire world needs to address and you know what, if any of you that feel like this is not a problem, I challenge you to go into your car in your garage, start your car and see what happens there.”

How about this, Mr. Quist? You first.

Meantime, we’ll continue to publish the truth about so-called “human-caused global warming” – it’s bogus.

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