Moonbeam Jerry Brown certified himself non compos mentis on NBC’s Meet The Press Sunday, raving that [mc_name name=’Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)’ chamber=’senate’ mcid=’C001098′ ] is unfit to be president because he’s not a Climate Change Bot.
“So, it’s climate disruption of many different kinds,” Brown added. “And that man betokens such a level of ignorance and a direct falsification of scientific data. It’s shocking and I think that man has rendered himself absolutely unfit to be running for office.”
Here’s the governor of a state so wrapped around its own axle with enviroterror that they are about to destroy their own farming industry over a three-inch fish, claiming that Cruz’s remarks on a talk show disqualify him from being president. Moonbeam himself sought that job three times, but he’s so far to the left that he made Jimmy Carter and Ted Kennedy look like Ted Nugent*.
Here’s what Cruz said on Late Night with Seth Myers:
My view actually is simple. I think debates on this should follow science, and should follow data. And many of the alarmists on global warming, they’ve got a problem because the science doesn’t back them up.
Here’s the difference between Ted Cruz and the Left on Climate Change: Ted’s reference to “science” and “data” have a small “S” and “D”. The Left uses Science and Data as FACT™ that cannot be challenged, regardless of what actual facts are.
Governor Brown personifies the lunatic Left’s approach to everything: if we believe it, it must be so, and we will become unhinged if you dare to challenge us. This won’t be the first time or the last that Ted Cruz’s quite moderate comments cause liberal heads to explode.
*Brown also ran in 1992, but his campaign was such a joke that it left him no political path other than mayor of Oakland, a job that nobody else wanted—even the Democratic Party cut him loose to run as an independent.