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WATCH: Fox News Host Gutfeld Claims There’s No Proof of Climate Change

On Wednesday night, the Northeast saw unprecedented storms which resulted in flooding and chaos. 13 people in New York City died as a result of the weather. New Jersey saw 23 people die.

NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 13: Greg Gutfeld host of “The Five” interviews Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush during “The Five” at Fox News Studios on November 13, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images)

The hosts of Fox News were quick to deny that the storms were in any way related to climate change. In fact, Greg Gutfeld went as far as to say that climate science has never been proven.

The host told viewers:

“Whenever you actually kind of push at the climate change, the claims they make, ask for data, it’s never there. So they always say it’s an increase in weather event without ever saying the severity of it, which goes to your point about deaths. The severity has been on the decline. And we’ve been starting to — we’re keeping track of this, maybe it’s been over half a century not quite. But the amount of death has been on the decline.”

Joe Biden certainly disagrees with the boiler plate Fox News take. The President said during a Thursday press conference, “And to the country, the past few days of Hurricane Ida and the wildfires in the West and the unprecedented flash floods in New York and New Jersey is yet another reminder that these extreme storms and the climate crisis are here.”

Watch a video of Gutfeld’s comments below:



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