Seth Meyers can’t think about the lengths Republicans will go to steer clear of dealing with the native climate change.
During a rant, Thursday evening time in regards to the “culture war nonsense” peddled by a variety of the current GOP, the “Late Night” host took a check out a headline-making dialog this week between Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) and Jennifer Eberlein, an affiliate deputy chief on the U.S. Forest Service.
Gohmert was extensively ridiculed for asking the official whether or not or not the Forest Service or Bureau of Land Management may someway change the course of the Earth or moon’s orbit to take care of the native climate change.
“I understand, from what’s been testified to the Forest Service and the BLM, you want very much to work on the issue of climate change,” Gohmert acknowledged. “I was informed by the immediate past director of NASA that they’ve found that the moon’s orbit is changing slightly and so is the Earth’s orbit around the sun. We know there’s been significant solar flare activity. And so, is there anything that the National Forest Service or BLM can do to change the course of the moon’s orbit or the Earth’s orbit around the sun? Obviously, that would have profound effects on our climate.”
“Just to be clear, that was Congress,” Meyers acknowledged after having fun with the clip. “What you just saw was, from like, the actual Congress. It wasn’t a 3 a.m. public access show that’s supposed to be about current events but the only people who call in want to talk about UFOs.”
Meyers acknowledged there had been concepts that Gohmert’s suggestions have been sarcastic and meant to dismiss efforts to battle with the native climate change. If true, that could be merely as dumb, Meyers argued.
“Either way, these people would rather change Earth’s actual orbit than maybe put up some windmills or drive an electric car,” Meyers acknowledged. “They truly, truly assume the world must revolve around them.”