The split opinions between democrats and republicans about climate change have manipulated a lot of people. Tim Kaine, who is the Democratic vice presidential nominee and Mike Pence, who is the Republican vice presidential candidate are arguing about the effects of climate change. Kaine has argued that Pence stated that global warming is not a real problem, being a myth.
Apparently, back in 2000, some posts from the media from a particular website have proved that Pence believed such a thing. On September 27, Pence has asserted that climate change has indeed impacted our planet and human activity is also one of the factors.
Between October 10 and November 2, Keine has claimed the same ideas on numerous occasions. On October 12, during a campaign protest in Davidson, North Carolina, he has judged the Pence’s statement which argued that global warming is a myth. What is more, he misled the crowd to believe that this affirmation is a recent one.
On November 2, in Dubuque, Iowa, Kaine has asserted that Trump argued that climate change is just a pretext invented by the Chinese. Their purpose would be to eliminate the US as competition. In a later statement, Trump argued that it was a joke. Nevertheless, Pence has finally acknowledged that humans represent one of the causes of climate change.
This fight and continuous attack between democrats and republicans are only able to confuse people about who said what. How can they know who to trust if every single politician withdraws his or her words after stating them?
On September 22, Pence has affirmed that he is aware of the fact that several activities that take place around the world have a striking effect on global warming. He supports Donald Trump’s opinion arguing that it is significant to respect the scientific proofs, but it’s not right to impose so many restrictions that are affecting the American’s industries.
On July 26, in a press release, Trump proved that he does not believe in the evidence put forward by science. He declared that climate change is not such a man-made thing as others stated to be. He asserted that humans have a minor impact on global warming.
On September 27, Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway claimed that Trump believes climate change is a natural occurrence, not being a man-made circumstance. All these mixed opinions displayed by democrats and republicans are transforming Americans into an audience in a show.
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