Inhofe aide cries to the UN: "The Skeptics Are Being Demonized!"

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In a panel discussion at the United Nations conference on climate change, the top aide to Sen. James Inhofe (“Global Warming Is the Greatest Hoax Ever Perpetrated, etc.”) complained recently that “skeptics who are vocal are vilified.” Mark Morano added that the greenhouse skeptics are being “demonized” by the media, and their Enviro-Alarmist allies. Members of the discussion panel on how to best convey the issue of climate change quickly shot back.

Pal Prestrud, director of the Center for International Climate and Environmental Research, shot back that “we’re on different planets or maybe even different galaxies.” Jules Boykoff went further to explain that, “efforts by journalists to create “balanced” stories on global warming allow “a handful of skeptics … to be treated as equals to thousands of scientists.”

I think the real question here is, why would Morano be involved in such a panel to begin with?

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