Joy Reid blames a cool April day in New York on climate change tomfoolery

We here at Twitchy are old enough to remember when there was a difference between “weather” and “climate,” but it seems that distinction is long gone.

Our favorite celebrity climatologist has to be Bette Midler, who likes to tweet about climate change deniers anytime there’s a warm day in winter or a cold day in the summer; remember classics like these, when it was 79 degrees for one day in December in New York?

How are we this unseasonably warm December day? Ready to call your elected officials and demand that they address global warming NOW?

— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) December 5, 2012

Now we can add MSNBC host Joy Reid to our distinguished panel of climatologists. She’s keeping a close eye on the thermometer and it seems to be an unseasonably cool day in New York for mid-April. Not really, but just roll with it.

Why is it still in the 40s in New York in the middle of spring??? This climate change Tom foolery has got to stop. Oh wait… it can’t… 😡

— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) April 19, 2018

Climate change can’t stop? Maybe that’s why climate-change crusading celebs keep flying private jets despite the carbon emissions.

The Tom foolery won’t end until the climate “scientists” stop getting huge lumps of cash for perpetuating it.

— Eric Spencer (@JustEric) April 19, 2018

Because 40-degree weather in NY in April is completely unprecedented. 🙄

— tf rollback /recursive Coder (@CoderInCrisis) April 19, 2018

Because those are normal spring temperatures.

— Girl_Grimly (@ed_grimly) April 19, 2018

Honey, that’s not how climate science works.

— Connor (@cmigbear) April 19, 2018

Not that long ago (geologically speaking) NYC was covered by a glacier.

— John Burtner (@JohnBurtner) April 19, 2018

Hey look everyone weather is climate again

— Cheese For Everyone! (@CheeseForEvery1) April 19, 2018

The historic average low for April in NY is 42°.

How to science?

— Eric Spencer (@JustEric) April 19, 2018

How much would you bet Reid wouldn’t be complaining about global warming if it were a comfortable 70 degrees today?


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— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 30, 2014

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