Frosty The Snowman Doubts Climate Change

  • Published on Dec 14, 2018
  • Frosty the Snowman is in denial about climate change.
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Comments • 292

  • Julie W.
    Julie W. 5 months ago

    People: Global Warming, now called Climate Change, is A THEORY! And it is a theory NOT based on facts. And 97% of scientists do NOT agree (I hope people honestly did not believe every scientist in the world was polled, or even the top scientists - no). Do people not remember their last theory? Which was ALSO treated as a fact? We were supposed to be in a mini ice age by now. Plus, the facts just don't add up. That ridiculous, "dangerous" 2 degree limit??? The temperature DRASTICALLY changes throughout the year, and it has been much warmer in the past (and the polar bears survived). And that bullshit, that when the icebergs melt, it will drastically raise sea levels? Ice bergs FLOAT! When ice floats in your glass, and then slowly melts, does it go over the top of the glass if you don't drink it? No, because ice is heavy, and it disperses the liquid from the get go. If you don't read ALL the facts, don't act like it is a fact, because it isn't. And I'm getting sick of the media just parroting what people with self interests (money) have spread. And ACTUALLY calling people that don't agree with a THEORY, DENIERS?? Or Climate CRIMINALS?? And the biggest screamers are the ones with the least facts, using the least common sense. CO2 is a infinitesimally small portion of our environment (0.04 - 0.54), and it is NOT a pollutant. We require CO2 to survive. Without CO2, the trees, grass, etc. can't grow, and has nothing to turn into oxygen for all animal life on Earth. And if they were TRULY worried about this (and their theory was correct), their answer would be to grow more trees & plant life, and limit human reproducing. But the climate of Earth has CONSTANTLY changed. What hubris, that humans assume we are responsible for climate change (the type of hubris I've seen from people all my life) - and the facts don't back it.
    You want to know what ACTUAL top scientists think? Watch this:

  • WindSolarHydroHuman
    WindSolarHydroHuman 5 months ago

    🎵 Frosty the puddle...--WHERE MY EYES?! 🎵😅

  • Jose Acevedo
    Jose Acevedo 5 months ago

    Being MAGA makes you extra salty.

  • Abanaki
    Abanaki 5 months ago

    Call now to support impeaching trump! 580-625-4549! DO NOT JUST STAND THERE DO YOUR PART!

  • RobbieTehRotten
    RobbieTehRotten 5 months ago


  • Washington Strong arm
    Washington Strong arm 5 months ago

    Climate change is the biggest hoax in history !

  • Natasha Masyuk
    Natasha Masyuk 5 months ago

    Ahahah, best cartoon of the late show with Stephen Colbert 😂

  • chip block
    chip block 5 months ago

    Where have all the snowman gone? Sounds like an old 60s song.
    Or, Has anybody seen my old friend Frosty. Can you tell where's gone?

  • ECKohns
    ECKohns 5 months ago

    I’m offended because nobody said “Merry Christmas”

  • Black lizard
    Black lizard 5 months ago +2

    Rigth wing is so scared of "snowflakes" that will try to melt them away

  • salas7146
    salas7146 5 months ago

    Donald Trump doesn't believe in the climate he still believes in Santa Claus

  • Justin D
    Justin D 5 months ago

    Wow!!..Frosty is woke af..just like trump's cult followers.

  • Cashew Skyline
    Cashew Skyline 5 months ago +1

    Same old crap from people trying to cause fear in people, ozone layer hole yesterday, today about climate change.

  • Google stop it
    Google stop it 5 months ago

    If only his supporters would actually melt away...

  • deedee green
    deedee green 5 months ago +2

    " Is this about my drinking?" lol!!!

  • GiarkReleos
    GiarkReleos 5 months ago

    What's the word for climate change ? … uh,...oh right weather!! "Global Warming" is the proper term, defend science by using the right words.

  • nextcontext
    nextcontext 5 months ago

    this video is fake! None of the other snow melted ^^

  • LeeTravius Mckay
    LeeTravius Mckay 5 months ago +1


  • Do not subscribe to me- or thanos won't like it

    *RIP FROSTY* :'(

  • wjfox2006
    wjfox2006 5 months ago +1

    Only thick people deny climate change.

  • Commenter Person
    Commenter Person 5 months ago +9

    The true source of the climate-deniers are:
    - the oil-companies
    - coal companies
    - industrial/manufacturing plants
    - large/direct consumers of the output from the above
    - their -servants- politicians.

  • Commenter Person
    Commenter Person 5 months ago

    The thumbnail for this video is awesome: _"Frosty the Denier"_ :)

  • Saint Michael
    Saint Michael 5 months ago

    "Season's greeting juice." Too good.

  • Jon Be
    Jon Be 5 months ago +2

    This reminded me of the Douglas Adams quote about a puddle: "This is an interesting world I find myself in - an interesting hole I find myself in - fits me rather neatly, doesn't it? In fact it fits me staggeringly well, must have been made to have me in it!' This is such a powerful idea that as the sun rises in the sky and the air heats up and as, gradually, the puddle gets smaller and smaller, frantically hanging on to the notion that everything's going to be alright, because this world was meant to have him in it, was built to have him in it; so the moment he disappears catches him rather by surprise. I think this may be something we need to be on the watch out for."
    The Salmon of Doubt (Dirk Gently, #3)

  • V8 Power
    V8 Power 5 months ago

    Weak propaganda from the "believers"

  • Brandon Janssen
    Brandon Janssen 5 months ago +1

    But they'll lose their "culture" if frosty melts and if they dont burn coal they can't deal with the cognitive dissonance.

  • Roland Taylor
    Roland Taylor 5 months ago

    I ate your eyes fool!

  • ErykaSoleil
    ErykaSoleil 5 months ago

    Cute, but I feel like Frosty would be absolutely mortified by Trump, and would instead be out helping Al Gore spread the word on climate change. And this will probably surprise you (it surprised me, anyway), but there are actually some Republican/conservative groups that are fighting to convince the US Government that climate change is real, and that we should be passing laws to help restrict emissions and encourage innovations in cleaner energy.

  • Keith W.
    Keith W. 5 months ago +1

    this is a great allusion to what trump supporters are like hahahaha

  • Sasquatch 2001
    Sasquatch 2001 5 months ago

    well that's the last straw for me, I believe... in DATA!

  • J C
    J C 5 months ago +2

    I wonder if climate change deniers are just morons or they purposely oppose it because of political view?
    I can respect someone who knows the truth but denies it due to politics. It’s unethical and they suck but I can at least understand that. People who genuinely don’t believe in facts are just straight up moronic idiots. That’s definitely worse. Just a lack of simple education and a high level of gullibility.

  • Q the omnipotent
    Q the omnipotent 5 months ago +27

    This is the same crap I've been hearing for over 30 years. Nothing will ever be done about climate change, just like nothing was done about global warming.
    When I talk to republicans at work who don't believe global warming and climate change are real, I tell them the Gulf of Mexico is 2 degrees warmer than it was in 1975. They usually say "So, that isn't alot." To which I reply, "The Human body is at 98.6 degrees, if it goes to 100.6, it will have a sickness. At 103.6, the human body will have to be Hospitalized." They usually reply with some religious nonsence, like 'everything happens for a reason,' or 'it's GOD's will.'
    SMH facepalm.

    • Joey Collins
      Joey Collins 5 months ago +1

      I just wanna say in this entire discussion. I'm genuinely impressed. You all deserve some props. While being nothing more then individuals on a message bored you've all managed to argue your separate points with little childish antics while also trying to prove your sides. This is what people need to do. To many people argue there points with absolutely nothing to back them up except religion and simple distrust. The act of arguing and civil discussion is the purest form of progression in a social society. So while you may never agree regardless of which side your on who your fears you should get yourselves a pat on the back. Thank you at least attempting discussion with people you disagree with. It's also somewhat impressive that you didn't allow simple emotion to dictate your entire discussion. It's one thing to get annoyed and argue with someone it's another to forsake rational discussion in a attempt to disassemble another character.

    • Julie W.
      Julie W. 5 months ago

      Q - Human beings are warm blooded animals and are able to regulate their own body temperature. A 2 degree increase in the outside air would NOT cause a 2 degree increase in body temperature. That's ridiculous. I live in Canada, and our temperature ranges greatly from day to day, and throughout the year it's a huge range. If that was the case (an increase in air/environment temperature increased body temperature by the same amount), people in Jamaica would be dead (hottest day this year was 36.9 degrees Celsius (yet it is not the hottest temperature ever recorded there - an equal or hotter temperature was measured in 1993), and my friend who goes to Cuba every year from Canada in the winter, would be in serious trouble. Their bodies don't increase by the outside temperature of their environment. In fact, only extreme temperature air increases (like being locked in a hot car) would make your body temperature rise. And 30 years ago, scientists were saying we were headed for a mini-ice age. Or do you not remember that? Another thing they haven't mentioned, is that they changed the amount, and where they measure the temperatures (and it's almost always at airports now, which of course, will be the hottest temperature possible), yet the charts do not reflect this change, telling you when the change was made, or what specific change was made. And it matters . . . a lot. They say if the icebergs melt, that it will drastically raise the sea level. Icebergs FLOAT. When you put ice cubes in your glass, it disperses the water already from the weight. As it melts, even if you don't drink anything, the liquid does not spill over your glass. In addition, the climate is ALWAYS changing. What hubris, to assume human beings are changing it. - WATCH THIS. No one bother responding to me unless they watch this first (I may or may not see the reply anyway - I don't often check replies).
      IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) officials censored the version of the IPCC report signed by scientists, and refused to remove scientists names, unless they threatened legal action. Scientists were angry when they found their findings to be altered, and asked for their names to be removed. They were told no.

      This is a money grab that is more about finance and politics than actual science. The huge money is mentioning global warming/climate change, and if you don't back this THEORY (NOT FACT), you are called a climate change denier or a climate criminal (and the biggest screamers are the ones that know the least - perhaps they should stop screaming, and start reading).
      "According to the World Meteorological Organization's (WMO), the highest temperature ever recorded was 56.7 °C (134.1 °F) on 10 July 1913 in Furnace Creek (Greenland Ranch), California, USA." - Wikipedia. In actuality, the hottest temperature was in Libya in 1922 - 136.4 degrees Fahrenheit, but the WMO declared it invalid in 2012 (after standing for 90 years).

    • kopskey1
      kopskey1 5 months ago

      +Albert Kim #1 I did not say 1-2 degrees could not kill entire species, however I don't believe a 1-2 degree shift is cause for concern that this will continue, please reread my argument. The point to be made about specific heat is while 1-2 degrees may be a lot for a species, it is not a lot for an entire planet especially one made of 75% water. (Think of defrosting a turkey, the smaller the bird, the less time it takes, the same concept apples) Also If coral is as susceptible to 1-2 degree changes (Which I do not doubt as it is fragile as all hell) How does it survive on a daily basis with temperature fluctuations? Not every day is a perfect 75.675 Degrees. (And even if the difference between days is negligible which many days it is, the temperature difference between July and December is not, but we don't have an influx of coral dying during those times, or it wouldn't be central in your argument. And if we did, How then does it come back in similar numbers? what cause for concern is there if that is the case?)
      2. I said European and that confused you my apologies, I meant that scientists in general (not just in America) are hearing reports and experiments (Of not just Climate Change) And blindly believing them instead of asking questions, Or you know the job Scientists are supposed to fulfill. They also As I said ARE NOT asking any questions that fall outside of the bias and belief. instead of looking for other solutions, or causes they simply believe we are solely at fault. Let me make this clear, it is downright ignorant and egotistical to claim we can predict the weather in 30 years with 100% accuracy when we can't even do the same with tommorrow's weather. Also this NOAA Logic, as credible as a site it may be, is still flawed. Cold objects do not release cold air as they melt. They also claim that there is "an increased cooling of air" created but they don't say from where. Further proof of these scientists not looking for answers beyond their narrow cone of vision. This is literally a BS answer on a test where you picked an answer at random and it says "Explain:" below.
      3. The Greenland Ice study is from a movie called Bill Nye: Science Guy. Go watch it it's pretty good, the "plot" can be summarized to Bill goes to random places and educates people.
      Finally, Let's get some new ideas into this discussion, and keep things fresh shall we? Most of these are just ideas, or simply a way to bring discussion about.
      1. My idea for how to stop Climate change. Let's say yes, greenhouse gasses are the cause and Humans are the cause, I am fully ready to accept that, BUT our scientists need to wisen up first
      CONTEXT: Back in the '80s we used chemicals known as CFCs in aerosol products (hairspray, Spraypaint, etc.) as what I imagine must've been a propellant.
      THE ISSUE THEN: We found that use of this chemical damaged the Ozone layer creating a hole in it.
      THE SOLUTION THEN: Simply ban all CFCs problem solved right?
      THE ISSUE NOW: The hole is shrinking success! But the Earth is heating up, I wonder if?
      THE SOLUTION NOW: Re-open the hole, the best way I can describe this is calling the hole a "Vent into Space" But first an analogy for how gasses work.
      Have you ever put food coloring into a large container? it takes a while for it to all diffuse through the water if you only put one drop in. but it does diffuse, from great concentration, to low concentration. But if you limit how fast it can diffuse, the process takes longer. The same principle applies, we aren't venting out as much CO2 as in the '80s.
      2. Did we ever find out why the Polar vortex shifted a few years ago, and why? I'm prepared to bet no as whenever it gets cold most global warming people, carbon freeze themselves the day before as to remain ignorant of weather their logic doesn't support.
      2.5 Is data from the Year of the polar vortex creating an anomaly of data that makes the change look worse than what it is?

    • Albert Kim
      Albert Kim 5 months ago +5

      Just so that we are on the same page, let me first summarize your argument to check that I understood it correctly. Your arguments are
      1. 1~2% warming isn't drastic. Also, specific heat and human body and globe is incomparable.
      2. Scientists in Americas are not doing the science themselves and are blindly trusting European scientists. Also, they are not producing any solutions to the issue. Also, the recent record snow in Virginia.
      2.2. Research done on Greenland's ice is incorrect bc types of snow and weight of snow will alter the amount of carbon in ice.
      First, let me debunk your argument about warming and specific heat. Firstly, Earth is being warmed by the Sun, and this is at a scale far higher than a "stove on high". There is more than enough energy being put on the Earth to warm it. Climate Change is about Earth retaining more of the incoming heat, not Earth getting more energy. A vague comparison would be boiling a pot of water with lid off and lid on. Continuing on, your example of water is frankly horrible, as it is one of the most well-known chemical to have exceptionally high specific heat. Furthermore, that 2~3˚C increase in ocean temperature actually is enough to kill 90+% of the entire coral population in the ocean (corals are incredibly sensitive to temperature change unlike humans). FYI, majority of known species of fish depend on corals for home and food, so corals dying out => majority of known fish species being endangered => majority of world's fishing industries being endangered. And that's only concerning the coral. To sum up this point, your first argument simplifies the issue to a point that it becomes highly distorted, meaning that this is essentially a straw man argument and illegitimate.
      Second, your point that American scientists are doing nothing is horribly misinformed. Many of the research done on Climate Change is an international effort, meaning that scientists across the globe are within each team, including American scientists. They are actually going out to do the experiment themselves, and that "few" you talk about is calculated at least in 10,000s of separate studies, with so many rechecking and rechecking with scientific vigor of highest degree that reading it all may actually give you a heartburn. Continuing on, your statement that the scientists are not asking the "important questions" are also horribly misinformed. Those literally are the most important points recent UN climate change report and its scientists are highlighting right on the front pages of their report. Furthermore, "recent record snow in Virginia". Let me paraphrase what the U.S.'s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA, an actual US gov. agency). 'As the Earth warms, the ice in Arctic melts at a greater pace; this causes an increased cooling of air in the North, which then moves south. In the south, the warming causes more water in the Atlantic Ocean to evaporate into the air. Once this southern air with above-normal amount of water meets the above-normal cooled Northern air, the increased amount of water turned into increased amount of snow. This increased amount of snow then falls on Virginia and other states along the East Coast, creating a "record snow".'
      Finally, your argument about how studying greenland ice could be erred. First, what you said is LITERALLY NOT HOW SCIENTISTS STUDY THE GREENLAND'S ICE. It only takes few seconds to google it, so at least read about it first before trying to outguess the people who have been studying this issue for decades. Second, here's a link so you can actually read about how they study the ice.

    • kopskey1
      kopskey1 5 months ago +2

      While I'm certainly not a republican, and not a trump supporter either, I remind you that the entire planet is not a Human body. For an example of two degrees being drastic in one case and negligible in another, lets look at specific Heat (Chemistry time Oh BOY!)
      Specific heat is the measure of how much energy it takes to raise something by 1 degree. For example, it take around 7-10 minutes to raise water to boiling temperature (from 70 to 212 or about 142 degrees) Now this is also with the water located inside a metal pot and the stove on HIGH. Given that in regards to water, the temperature change is negligible at best and takes a great deal of energy to accomplish this task, using the human body argument is fairly unrelated, though I can see your point in it.
      Another factor in my Human-cause Skepticism (I know the temperature is warmer, but I'm not convinced we are the sole reason for it) stems from a few different things. 1. (And most critical) Back in Elementary School we learned of traits of a good scientist two of which modern scientists ignore. Skepticism (See it's not "bad" to be skeptical), and Avoiding Bias. The last one is the most egregious, but the other holds its own. Let's start with the middleground: Skepticism, Something a good scientist should have Basically the idea of this one is, Don't blindly believe other scientists findings, do the tests yourself, and make your own conclusions, We don't really see this much these days with most scientists jumping on board after only a few tests by some other guy in Europe. Avoiding Bias however is the one they disregard the most, as they look not for "IS the Earth warming? How? How can we stop it? CAN we stop it? Is this Our fault? Can we prevent this in the future?" Instead they look for 'What did we do wrong?" With little regard for the others. An example would be what happened this past week in Virginia, They received more snow than in almost 90 Years, and nothing was said about this record cold. Anytime there is something in the direction they don't believe they quiet down. A good rule of thumb is, "If it snows, it's a day without listening to global warming people. SPOILER ALERT FOR HISTORY CLASS, We've had Ice ages and Non-Ice ages (We are currently in an Ice age due to polar Ice) long before we walked this Earth. Yet we're causing this one? I don't buy it, especially when you consider their primary (and most awesome) source of information.
      CONTEXT: The information they gather is from Greenland. The drill into the snow/ice and pull up large five foot long rods, and measure the carbon inside and compare that to temperature data from that time.
      ISSUES: Do you like in an area of Snow (I'll assume you don't). There are two main "Types" of snow, Wet Snow, and Dry snow. Dry Snow is like Sugar, Feather-light gets everywhere, and doesn't pack well. Wet Snow is more like brown sugar, clumps up, and packs quite nicely. Wet Snow is what Snowmen, Snow forts, and Snow balls are made of. The problem being is that wet snow typically falls more often than dry snow. How is this an issue? Excellent question. Remember where I said Wet Snow packs together well? based on common logic (And the law of conservation of mass) Before packing the snow, there is air in between the particles, even if the snow on the ground looks solid (This is why people sink in wet snow) When you pack snow together you are compressing it or pushing the air out, including the carbon. Now in an area that sees maybe 3feet of snow at a time, this compression is negligible at best, but in Greenland, the weight of other snow and Ice has naturally compressed the snow beneath. Meaning that the carbon Data May not be as accurate as the scientists believe. (And even if it's trapped in the ice as water expands when frozen, gasses can seep through cinder block, so ice should be a very simple hop skip and jump)
      I have more reasons for my doubt, but I don't know if you'd be interested in hearing them

      (Also if this gets into a discussion, let's keep it civil)

  • Manish Thakore
    Manish Thakore 5 months ago +12

    Seriously, impeach this guy and give America the greatest Christmas gift of all

  • A Cool Million
    A Cool Million 5 months ago +2

    I'm traumatized seeing Frosty in the Make Assaulting Girls Acceptable hat. Ew!

  • Daniel Morris
    Daniel Morris 5 months ago

    You faded out the announcer's voice once again. As much as I like Colbert, I'm thinking about ending my viewing of LSSC.

  • Crazytomte
    Crazytomte 5 months ago

    Americans, Wake up!

  • Grabacr 8492
    Grabacr 8492 5 months ago +8

    These people are literally dooming the human race

  • FirestoneX
    FirestoneX 5 months ago +2

    Does no one remember the episode of star trek tng where Picards mind was in a satellite about the planet who over heated cause the sun went supernova. This scares me.

    • MatchstalkMan
      MatchstalkMan 5 months ago

      FirestoneX “The Inner Light” S05 E25 - that was due to the star going nova, not Kataanian created climate change.

  • kenna163
    kenna163 5 months ago

    Thank you for ruining Frosty.

  • FirstTime ISawJupiter
    FirstTime ISawJupiter 5 months ago

    The most trust worthy news source in the block

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    fierce maiden 5 months ago +3

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  • ilove2929
    ilove2929 5 months ago +1

    Do we have plan to save the artic wildlife? Better starts now

  • mdudegamer
    mdudegamer 5 months ago

    Hm... imagine a time when "snowflake" isn't an insult anymore because temperatures stop getting low enough for snow.

  • Jikook Harling
    Jikook Harling 5 months ago +1

    When I was younger, I remember throwing fits because my mom would force me to put on a winter coat to pass Halloween. Back then, at Halloween, there was already snow on the ground and it was often cold. Nowadays when Halloween comes around, it's still warm outside (my standard of warm is when you don't need a coat, so 5-10 C) and there's no snow to be seen. I live in Quebec, Canada btw. Snow comes around later than it used to. Sure we still have our snowstorms and cold weather, no debate there, but the snow comes in very late, later than it used to in my childhood.
    I remember a couple of years when the snow came in on December, totally abnormal. I had never seen that and neither had my parents. One of those years, snow came down on Christmas day and the media had made a huge deal about how late that was for snowfall and experts were very worried. I think that was the year that fucked up our trees and made them go into hibernation earlier the next year (I think, I can't quite remember, I'll have to check). Experts thought our trees were going to come out of hibernation early and die that year.
    Anyways, all that to say that the effects are being felt in the north. I'm not sure how long we'll be able to skate on the Rideau Canal or have snow festivals. Many festivals are having difficulties due to the snow coming in late.

  • Alakash
    Alakash 5 months ago +1

    I feel bad for the republicans who got a president that hurts their own base, taking away their jobs and crashing the markets trump thought he'd be helping by crashing the steel and manufacturing market with raw material tariffs.

  • ursaltydog
    ursaltydog 5 months ago

    Actually, the world is getting colder if one looks at the true long term data.. and it's due to grand solar minimum.. which is not computated into the computer modeling. But still, there is extreme climate change going on.. just for the wrong reasons.

  • blupunk01
    blupunk01 5 months ago

    The fact that the United States is the only advanced country in the world in which a significant subset of the population just outright denies the reality of human caused climate change is a testament to the billions the fossil fuel industry has poured into propaganda and buying politicians over the last few decades.

  • EarthHound
    EarthHound 5 months ago

    "Everything's fine."
    That's the entire conservative narrative in only two words.

  • aamgdp
    aamgdp 5 months ago +5

    Yo guys do you think we could make trump publicly claim the earth is flat by telling him that democrats claim it's round?

  • Matthew Tong
    Matthew Tong 5 months ago

    I am offended by this, I know global warming is a lie.

    • Sunny
      Sunny 5 months ago

      Too bad you can't crank out physical evidence except for a few fox news articles... that's what you all do.

    • Cman Man
      Cman Man 5 months ago +1


  • RxCess
    RxCess 5 months ago

    The puddle should be yellow

  • s r
    s r 5 months ago

    Trump is only lying because it benefits him and his rich friend. It's cynical but understandable.
    What's not understandable is why are his dumbass followers (who are direct victims) so adamant against analysing data and using reasonable judgement? What are they getting out of it? Are they a death cult?

  • Kdr Prsd
    Kdr Prsd 5 months ago

    What does lssc stand for?

  • Chris Xavier
    Chris Xavier 5 months ago

    Damn libtards

    • Sunny
      Sunny 5 months ago

      Selfish cuntservative. Go make love to a confederate flag or something and let the adults talk.

  • I would prefer not to.
    I would prefer not to. 5 months ago +6

    *Frosty the Snowman: melting to own the libs!*

  • Mike Nada no
    Mike Nada no 5 months ago +1

    Frosty the puddle lmao

  • Andrew Faraday
    Andrew Faraday 5 months ago

    It seems strange that this version of the character would say "seasons greetings".

  • Suntanman
    Suntanman 5 months ago +1

    Missed the perfect opportunity for Frosty the No-man.

  • baval5
    baval5 5 months ago

    apparently the maga hat is also magic?

  • Sarah
    Sarah 5 months ago +2

    This reminds me of when republicans got their obamacare taken away from them by Trump and still found ways to blame democrats.

  • Moon Gazer
    Moon Gazer 5 months ago +17

    When you realize that the Snowman is literally made of snowflakes

  • Stephen Guess
    Stephen Guess 5 months ago +1

    I guess no one cares about their grand kids or great grand kids anymore so to hell with climate change. Trump is the color that we'll all be in 15 years anyways.

    • Stephen Guess
      Stephen Guess 5 months ago

      +Livid Imp lmfao!!!!!! So true!!!!!!

    • Livid Imp
      Livid Imp 5 months ago +1

      Nah, fuck 'em. What have my yet-to-be born grandkids done for me lately?

  • ForeverMe543
    ForeverMe543 5 months ago

    Oh god I’m never watching this special again

  • RBuckminsterFuller
    RBuckminsterFuller 5 months ago +3

    Like boiling a frog.

  • prosperandbehealthy
    prosperandbehealthy 5 months ago +1

    *Global warming Hoax exposed in the coming weeks* 👿👿👿👽👽👽⛄⛄⛄🔥🔥🔥

  • Filip Jovanovic
    Filip Jovanovic 5 months ago +44

    When you look at the GOP as it is now, it is hard to believe that it was a Republican who started regulations to protect nature and make sure that our natural resources were protected from greed and were used responsibly. Sometimes I wish President Roosevelt could rise from the grave just so that he could hand every GOP member their pathetic little ass and show them what a true Republican is supposed to be like.

    • D Neal
      D Neal 5 months ago +6

      Teddy Roosevelt had more manliness in one of his moustache hairs than the entirety of the entity known as donnie trump. It's disgusting how far republicans have fallen.

    • blupunk01
      blupunk01 5 months ago +13

      This shift seemed to happen in a bizarrely short period of time. Republicans went from Nixon founding the EPA in 1970 to Reagan claiming that trees cause more pollution than cars in 1981.

  • zizinnnn
    zizinnnn 5 months ago +39

    I think we're gonna miss the days when we could still make fun of this topic.

    • Progressive Humanist
      Progressive Humanist 5 months ago +1

      I haven't found it funny since I was a teenager in the 90's.

    • FirestoneX
      FirestoneX 5 months ago

      We didn't listen! WE DIDN'T LISTEN!

  • Lazy Perfectionist
    Lazy Perfectionist 5 months ago +2

    This is very similar to how it's going to be for the typical Trump supporter.

  • CoderMonkey Nathan
    CoderMonkey Nathan 5 months ago +18

    What the deniers don't understand is the world is 70% water and it's absorbing the CO2 slowing turning acidic and absorbing the trapped heat. The warmer oceans create more exotic and shifting weather patterns increasing the chances of extreme weather such as floods, droughts and well as hurricanes and tornadoes. In the short term the effects are minmal, medium term there's going to be problems with clean water and food supply and long term we're screwed unless we get things sorted out.

    • Fred Derf
      Fred Derf 5 months ago

      +CoderMonkey Nathan, writes _"What the deniers don't understand is the world is 70% water and it's absorbing the CO2 slowing turning acidic and absorbing the trapped heat."_
      Want some real fun? With the oceans becoming more acidic plankton will start to die off, plankton absorbs CO2 and excretes oxygen so less CO2 will be absorbed leading to increased atmospheric CO2, it will also lead to decreased atmospheric O2. This will also start a chain reaction species extinction in the ocean as the things that eat the now non-existent plankton die, and the things that eat them die, etc. The lowered atmospheric O2 starts making survival for land animals difficult starting species extinctions on land (animals that live at higher elevations will be the first to go). As the extinctions continue (land and water) the amount of CO2 being produced will fall, dropping atmospheric CO2, world temperatures will plummet and kick start another ice age.
      So first it's going to get hot with extreme weather conditions, then it will get hard to breath, then there will be no animals left to eat, then the temperatures will plummet and there will only be a narrow strip of habitable land left around the equator (btw: Have you looked at how little land is on the equator?).
      Sleep well.

    • D A
      D A 5 months ago +3

      loss of access to clean water is gonna be the social tipping point

    • NaN
      NaN 5 months ago +4

      +CoderMonkey Nathan
      I do, but with all the idiots on RU-clip you have to be very accurate or they will take things out of context or too literal.

    • CoderMonkey Nathan
      CoderMonkey Nathan 5 months ago +3

      That's what I meant, and you know it.

    • NaN
      NaN 5 months ago +1

      *correction the world's surface is 70% water. The rest is mostly Silicon and other minerals.

  • Mortiis558
    Mortiis558 5 months ago

    How can global warming be real when it’s cold outside? Checkmate atheists!

    • Ricardo Ortiz-Joseph
      Ricardo Ortiz-Joseph 5 months ago

      Same here

    • IHCTerra
      IHCTerra 5 months ago

      +Mortiis558 I have definitely heard crazier.

    • Mortiis558
      Mortiis558 5 months ago +2

      IHCTerra I thought the “checkmate atheists” was enough, but I guess not.

    • NaN
      NaN 5 months ago

      What does Atheism have to do with it?

    • IHCTerra
      IHCTerra 5 months ago

      +Mortiis558, you are supposed to be over the top so people can tell. You just sounded exactly like one of them.

  • Fire is lit
    Fire is lit 5 months ago

    Global warming is fake just like everything the media tell you

    • Cman Man
      Cman Man 5 months ago


    • retnavybrat
      retnavybrat 5 months ago +2

      @Fire is lit: So I guess Trump must not be President since it was "the media" that announced his win and showed his inauguration.

    • Mortiis558
      Mortiis558 5 months ago +4

      Fire is lit The media tells me fire is hot, so it MUST not be true! It’s all fake news! Except Fox News, they’ve got their shit straight and never lie! 🤪🤣

  • Space-Cadet David 'Spanky Bonespurs' Dennison :

    The relationship between Melania and Individual-1 is “frosty” too - Melania shivers everytime Individual-1 touches her. 😁

  • taxiuniversum
    taxiuniversum 5 months ago


  • Ahimsa42
    Ahimsa42 5 months ago +1

    "A landmark global study into the production of greenhouse gas emissions from over 38,000 farms has pointed to one simple way we can reduce our global warming woes - by avoiding meat and dairy products. The paper published in Science today shows that without these industries, global farmland use could be reduced by more than 75 per cent. That’s an area the size of Australia, the US, China and the EU combined. And what’s more, the study shows we don’t even really need meat anyway."
    "The researchers claim meat and dairy provide just 18 per cent of our required calories and 37 per cent of our protein. Despite the pitiful nutritional figures, the livestock industry accounts for a massive 83 per cent of farmland in the world and produces 60 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions in farming. The study shows that getting our protein from plants such as peas is far better for the environment than farming livestock. Even the lowest impact beef-producing farm would be responsible for six times more greenhouse gases and 36 times more land than a pea farm producing the same amount of protein."
    "A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just greenhouse gases, but global acidification (of ocean water), eutrophication (the build up of nutrients in water bodies which destroys wildlife), land use and water use,” Oxford University researcher Joseph Poore told The Guardian today."
    "Over all, the researchers estimated a vegan world would produce 49 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions from food, 50 per cent less acidification, 49 per cent less eutrophication, and reduce water use by 19 per cent. “It (going vegan) is far bigger than cutting down on your flights or buying an electric car,” Mr Poore added. “Agriculture is a sector that spans all the multitude of environmental problems. Really it is animal products that are responsible for so much of this."

  • Carlos Malave
    Carlos Malave 5 months ago

    Search on Google "idiot ".

    • NaN
      NaN 5 months ago

      Search "collusion"

    • Mortiis558
      Mortiis558 5 months ago

      Carlos Malave I found a picture of Trump and links to flat earth websites, am I doing this right?

  • meatwad74
    meatwad74 5 months ago +4

    Its liberal fake news.Thats just a catch phrase with these racist bigoted trump maggots. It won’t matter to them whatever happens to the climate. Trump himself has pretty much admitted he says moronic things to appease his base. They are the real danger to society. Now that they’ve been identified, deport them or take away their voting rights. Don’t deserve to be part of civil society.

  • Lennon Ryan
    Lennon Ryan 5 months ago

    Didn’t trump retract his statements on climate change

  • Albert Ong
    Albert Ong 5 months ago

    Lol. that escalated quickly :P

  • Joe Jug
    Joe Jug 5 months ago

    this is just sad

  • cellonpot
    cellonpot 5 months ago

    The ideal subject of totalitarian rule is not the convinced [climate change denier], but people for whom the distinction between fact and fiction (i.e., the reality of experience) and the distinction between true and false (i.e., the standards of thought) no longer exist.
    Part 3, Ch. 13, § 3. The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt

  • spiritfirewalker1
    spiritfirewalker1 5 months ago

    While we need to keep our earth as clean as we possible can all this talk about climate warming and climate change is a hoax to a big extent. Politicians and others. use this to instill fear and for monetary gains. Our planet has been changing and will continue to change. However, we all need to be more vigilant and do our part to recycle and do our part to preserve nature.
    Thank you for the video and God Bless!!!

    • Mortiis558
      Mortiis558 5 months ago

      spiritfirewalker1 So no evidence? Don’t want to argue what I did wasn’t the right way to figure out the earth is round? Don’t have any way to tell the earth isn’t round other than “RU-clip video!!” Lol, you’re a joke.

    • spiritfirewalker1
      spiritfirewalker1 5 months ago

      +Mortiis558 try data that's been collected and then look back at the ice age.

    • Mortiis558
      Mortiis558 5 months ago +1

      spiritfirewalker1 And what evidence do you have to support this idea of yours? Did you ever study climate science in college? You’re ignoring everything that is out there because “muh govt. bad.”

  • No need to worry about my username

    Trump might as well say he doesn't believe in the moon, there's exactly as much evidence for the existence of the Moon as there is evidence for climate change

    • Real Horrorshow
      Real Horrorshow 4 months ago

      Actually, only twelve people have been to the moon. The number of people with direct experience of climate change runs into millions - many of them Americans.

    • James Gentry
      James Gentry 5 months ago

      You believe in the moon? Lol, its just the back of the sun.

    • Shawn Johnson
      Shawn Johnson 5 months ago +8

      Sadly, there are people who believe the moon is fake.

    • Colby Jones
      Colby Jones 5 months ago +2

      mdudegamer Okay, then just explain the concept of the moon and the tides to the President. Then EVERYBODY will see that he’s stupid.

    • mdudegamer
      mdudegamer 5 months ago +2

      Not quite... understanding climate change necessitates that your brain can connect cause and effect.

  • robert leonard
    robert leonard 5 months ago +8

    President Trump is 70yrs old...
    He Don't Care! !!!
    Baron,.... Here's your cash! !!!

    • Onyx Blue
      Onyx Blue 5 months ago

      72. *sigh* He and people like him don't care about the furture. They won't be around much longer to see the damage and destruction they've caused. Its times like this I kinda wish there was a hell he could go to.

  • JTib
    JTib 5 months ago +1

    OK, I'm not afraid to say that there does seem to be a changing in the climate, but why is it that I can never seem to find honest discourse to determine whether humans are causing it? Mind you, I'm not saying that we aren't, I just haven't been able to find how this conclusion was reached.

    • Fred Derf
      Fred Derf 5 months ago

      +JTib, writes _"Good day."_
      Good day?

    • JTib
      JTib 5 months ago

      +Fred Derf
      Your 8th grade history graph doesn't demonstrate any causality which is what I'm discussing. You've never addressed my previous issues on 13C ratios (which is the main "hole" I was referring to) and I'm frankly tired of your nasty attitude, sir. If you don't want to talk like a grown up then I'm finished here. Good day.

    • Fred Derf
      Fred Derf 5 months ago

      +JTib, writes _"But doing so, in my experiences, seems to only provoke animosity."_
      For starters you could stop asking stupid questions like "could it be volcanoes?" You could then try reading up on it, read some general scientific oriented publications and work your way up to the peer reviewed papers of climate scientists.
      _"And as I already brought up, many people (like yourself, apparently) seem to be upset that I pose a few questions and find what look to be a few holes in the notion."_
      What holes, volcanoes? Do you really think the people that have dedicated their lives to studying this stuff never considered volcanoes? There is a metric-shit-ton of available information on this subject but you, for some reason, don't bother reading any of it. Why is that?
      You say the numbers don't make sense, that's because you haven't done the work required to understand the numbers. The fucking climate is an incredibly complex system, you can't get a functional understanding of the intricacies of it watching a youtube video.
      _"Do you have anything to contribute to the discussion […]"_
      I already tried that and you blew me off.
      _"But doing so, in my experiences, seems to only provoke animosity."_
      When you're opening salvo is to (effectively) call climate scientists morons, what do you expect?
      _"I don't hope to change your mind on the subject, and heck, if you could change mine (as I'm genuinely on the fence with this issue) I'd be thrilled to lay my doubts to rest."_
      Well since you're closed to learning anything I seriously doubt I would be able to change your mind on anything. Did you even *look* at the xkcd link I posted?

    • JTib
      JTib 5 months ago

      +Fred Derf Sir, did you even read my message?
      No, I'm no a climate scientist, but I do consider myself a rational human being and I'm trying to understand how these apocalyptic conclusions have been reached. As massive as the implications are we should really have some idea of what it is that we are talking about. I've tried to see if people could open up discussion on the matter to reciprocate better information on the subject. But doing so, in my experiences, seems to only provoke animosity.
      No, I have no preconceived convictions to oppose the idea of man-induced climate change. If that's what it is then that's just what it is, but I'm only trying to understand the subject. And as I already brought up, many people (like yourself, apparently) seem to be upset that I pose a few questions and find what look to be a few holes in the notion. Am I wrong? I could be. There could be many things that I have misunderstood, but what I find a lot of times is that people who most strongly oppose my inquisitive nature are people who often understand the subject even less than I do. Do you have anything to contribute to the discussion or do you have something else to tell me about my nefarious, underhanded intentions in making a RU-clip comment?
      Please don't make this something personal against me, sir. I'm a political independent, and I have no agenda here except an open discussion. I don't hope to change your mind on the subject, and heck, if you could change mine (as I'm genuinely on the fence with this issue) I'd be thrilled to lay my doubts to rest.

    • Fred Derf
      Fred Derf 5 months ago

      +JTib, writes _"I don't know why it is that when someone has questions about something that others assume that they must be idiots."_
      I just reread what I wrote and the word 'idiot' never crossed my keyboard. I think your use of it may be a Freudian slip.
      _"All I'm saying is that the figures on our fossil fuel emission don't look, to me, to be having quite the effect that has been preached to us"_
      And this is where the willful ignorance comes in. Have you done any scientific studies? Have you gathered any data? Have you built any models? Have you even read (and understood) any peer-reviewed papers? Have you taken any advanced university courses in related disciplines?
      No? So you're not really qualified to have an informed opinion, are you?
      The problem comes when people like yourself don't like the information that has been gathered and investigated by experts who have literally dedicated years and years of their lives trying to understand incredibly complex systems and you simply deny it because you don't understand it. You come up with stupid arguments against it, things like "it's snowing, so much for global warming" or you question it asking stupid questions like "but what about volcanos?" as if the climate scientists are so massively stupid that they didn't consider volcanic activity.
      Have a look at this _Earth Temperature Timeline_ put together by XKCD, and think about what it's showing you and how human activity has changed in the last 100 - 150 years.

  • Erik Laken
    Erik Laken 5 months ago +1

    Haha, :)

  • addyr
    addyr 5 months ago


    • Alain Archambault
      Alain Archambault 5 months ago

      To those who don't observe what's going on, they apparently ain't using them.

  • funkyguy99
    funkyguy99 5 months ago +1

    lol! Climate change was invented by a globalist think tank in the early 1970's called the Club of Rome. It was a way for these unelected elitists to dictate sovereign nations in the way of taxation under their centralized control by introducing a common threat to the global community in which they offered their global solution. Those scientist in favor of climate change are all funded by the Rockefeller banking cartel. It's all bullshit and a hoax. Besides our sun is now entering a solar minimum cycle which means food production will be scarce and earth temperatures will be cooling not heating.

    • Cman Man
      Cman Man 5 months ago +1

      Bro...It's so much easier to think there's a conspiracy than there is to realize there's a huge problem. Please run away from the deep web and go for a walk in your neighborhood.

    • Dave Smith
      Dave Smith 5 months ago +1

      +funkyguy99 I'd be happy to.

    • funkyguy99
      funkyguy99 5 months ago

      +Dave Smith yeah try telling that to the people of France like the ones in this clip...

    • Dave Smith
      Dave Smith 5 months ago +1

      +funkyguy99 the conspiracy isn't the riots. It's the belief that external sources are conspiring to make your life worse than what you believe that you deserve.

    • funkyguy99
      funkyguy99 5 months ago

      +Dave Smith Do you not know what's happening on the other side of the world in France right now? It ain't conspiracy dipshit it's actually happening as we speak and people are revolting.

  • JCS
    JCS 5 months ago +8

    if trump was the only one not believing in science there were no problem. The real sad reality is that there is so many morons in the US that don't believe. Shitty education system.

    • Steve N
      Steve N 5 months ago +1

      +JCS "people don't just choose to be idiots, willfully." No I have met a lot of Trump supporters that fall under willful idiot. And I've never heard of a public school that teaches denying climate change. No, these people choose to be this dumb. Perhaps they didn't pay attention or didn't want to learn when they were in school, or maybe they were home schooled. Either way the blame is on them, not the schools. Not that the schools are great, but I think these idiots need to take responsibility for their stupidity.

    • JCS
      JCS 5 months ago

      +Steve N you can say Trump is willfully because it serves him some purpose. You can't say that of everybody else, the education system failed them. Idiots don't grow on trees and people don't just choose to be idiots, willfully.

    • Steve N
      Steve N 5 months ago +1

      I don't think we can blame the education system for people being willfully ignorant.

    • JCS
      JCS 5 months ago

      +Livid Imp religion only has space in uneducated people. Sure educated people may be religious but they don't become religious nuts. But it's true the US is more and more a Christian version of the Islamic middle east. And separation of church and state doesn't exist there like in most modern evolved states.

    • Livid Imp
      Livid Imp 5 months ago

      It's not the educational system, it's religion teaching kids to see science as propaganda because it disproves all their horseshit.

  • Napoleon I Bonaparte
    Napoleon I Bonaparte 5 months ago +19

    Just ket the Republicans melt away

  • s21972012145525
    s21972012145525 5 months ago +3

    It was 34 today...and very little snow. As someone who hates the cold, not complaining but it’s defin due to climate change. I don’t remember when it was last this warm. But I’m sure we’re going to get a subzero cold snap soon. Happened last year around Christmas

    • Zayne Almurshidi
      Zayne Almurshidi 5 months ago +2

      So there's seasonal changes in climate (and subsequent weather) for when the Earth changes its tilt. Then there's climate trends where the mean temperature of the area is collected over several years, and in some places, even decades to tell and gradual story. Earth is heating rapidly, it's having dozens of adverse affects, Trump isn't the main reason its happening, but he's defineatly a fuckin brain dead corporate puppet to deny it. Earth is doomed, Russia doesn't exist, Bush did 9/11, smoke weed, and ur mum gay.

  • Chicago Critic Gerald
    Chicago Critic Gerald 5 months ago +5

    Oh Frosty you really let the kids down!

  • Sam @ L E
    Sam @ L E 5 months ago


  • The P
    The P 5 months ago +1


  • Spooky Carrie
    Spooky Carrie 5 months ago +115

    My Dream
    Trump melting away.

    • Judi O'Regan
      Judi O'Regan 5 months ago

      Spooky Carrie - so that's why the old bugger is scared of the rain. I hear he's still pissed off that house fell on his sister.

    • Kathy J
      Kathy J 5 months ago +2

      That would be great, but it's too fat to melt.

    • Spooky Carrie
      Spooky Carrie 5 months ago +1

      +J C

    • J C
      J C 5 months ago +1

      Action Hiro and if they are Russian women then he’d want them to pee on the puddle too

    • Wyatt Booth
      Wyatt Booth 5 months ago +2

      Action Hiro no that's what he wants you to do

  • Emily R
    Emily R 5 months ago +17

    President "puddles"

    • MeganKoumori
      MeganKoumori 5 months ago +2

      Emily R Is that what he left in that Russian hotel room?

  • DeadlyMargiKarp223
    DeadlyMargiKarp223 5 months ago +186

    Only climate change deniers and far-right conservatives would consider listening to empirical evidence "brain-washing".

    • Julie W.
      Julie W. 5 months ago

      DeadlyMargiKarp223 - Your entire statement shows that, not only do you not know any of the specific facts in the THEORY of Global Warming (just as 30-40 years ago scientists said we'd be in a mini-ice age by now - that was a THEORY treated as fact too), and Climate Change being due to CO2 (which is NOT a pollutant and is only about 0.04% - 0.054% of our atmosphere) vs the climate change that has existed on Earth long before us, you don't even know the definition of the words you are using - SMH. But that's okay, it seems to be common these days. Empirical evidence is information that verifies the truth (which accurately corresponds to reality) or falsity (inaccuracy) of a claim. So what you are saying is only people being brain-washed would want to listen to the facts which either prove or disprove a theory. SMH/LOL. And only someone completely uninformed would call people who disagree with a theory (being that climate change is due to CO2) climate change deniers. Even the scientists who do say they believe it's true, would not call it a fact. No scientist would.

    • Stupidmeoww
      Stupidmeoww 5 months ago

      +V8 Power Literally from your own source, "But it might only take a few decades for Antarctica’s growth to reverse, according to Zwally. “If the losses of the Antarctic Peninsula and parts of West Antarctica continue to increase at the same rate they’ve been increasing for the last two decades, the losses will catch up with the long-term gain in East Antarctica in 20 or 30 years -- I don’t think there will be enough snowfall increase to offset these losses.”
      Also, his calculations may very well be wrong as this project: seems to be the consensus on what is true or false in terms of ice sheets(should mention that this project is made and supported by both the ESA and NASA).

    • V8 Power
      V8 Power 5 months ago

      +Steve N here read science what nasa says about ice gains

    • Steve N
      Steve N 5 months ago +3

      +V8 Power ", perhaps you should read a little instead of repeating nonsense" No, that wasn't nonsense. One day being -5 in winter doesn't mean global averages aren't going up.
      " You only use weahter when it's convenient to your flawed theory" False. You just don't really understand the difference between the two.
      "for instance if there's warm winter in california and there are fires you say it's climate change" False. There have always been fire in California, they are occurring more often and are more severe because of the change in climate.
      " if in russia it's -20 and 100 people have frozen to death it's just weather" Yes, because these events aren't occurring more often with more severity.
      Look, I get that you're dumb, I'm just asking you try harder to learn a fact or two so you don't seem so dumb, ok?

    • V8 Power
      V8 Power 5 months ago

      +Steve N Weather is result of climate, when you go to spain and it's warm and dry all year round it's the result of mediteranean climate, perhaps you should read a little instead of repeating nonsense. You only use weahter when it's convenient to your flawed theory, for instance if there's warm winter in california and there are fires you say it's climate change but if in russia it's -20 and 100 people have frozen to death it's just weather…

  • Juliet V
    Juliet V 5 months ago +15

    The orange >>> pee pee tapes>>>Aka Puddles.

    • sam newcome
      sam newcome 5 months ago +3

      Frosty the Paddle is now in the witness protection water-cooler at FBI headquarters.

  • stardude2006
    stardude2006 5 months ago +5

    What the actual Hell ?
    LOL !

  • Emre Veliu
    Emre Veliu 5 months ago +37

    How can you tell a female snowperson from a male snowperson? A snowman has snowballs! 😂

    • ErykaSoleil
      ErykaSoleil 5 months ago

      What if only one snowball has descended, or if said snowman suffered a tragic accident while jumping a barbed wire fence when the cops were called on his frat party?

    • Ass Möde
      Ass Möde 5 months ago

      assuming the snowpersons gender.. *REEEEEEEE*

    • Olivia Quezada
      Olivia Quezada 5 months ago +1


    • NaN
      NaN 5 months ago +2

      Did you just assume its gender?

    • wesley rodgers
      wesley rodgers 5 months ago +4

      And snowmen have TWO carrots..

  • TheReal008Zulu
    TheReal008Zulu 5 months ago +150

    Trump: Global Warming is Fake News! Now, I want increased walls on my golf courses so the ocean doesn't wash them away.

    • deborah bell
      deborah bell 5 months ago


    • C VB
      C VB 5 months ago +1

      Those people you mention, are literally the ones who will cause the end times sadly... jesus will likely reject those who lie to themselves and others rather than accept the truth.

    • TheReal008Zulu
      TheReal008Zulu 5 months ago +5

      I think that makes it worse. He knows, but doesn't care.

    • J C
      J C 5 months ago +2

      TheReal008Zulu at least he’s just denying it for political reasons and not a straight up moron who doesn’t believe in facts. Yeah it’s unethical and means he sucks but that’s not worse than being stupid and thinking it’s fake.