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Marjorie Taylor Green argues that global warming is ‘actually healthy for us’

Rape. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.) clearly believes in global warming—but she’s not worried because, in her opinion, it’s “really healthy for us.”

“Temperature tracking is from the 1800s. We’ve already warmed by 1 degree Celsius and do you know what’s happened since then?” The extremist Republican said Monday during an appearance on the Right Side Broadcasting Network.

“Since then we have grown more food, which feeds people. We are able to produce fossil fuels, keeping people’s homes warm in winter. It saves lives, people die in the cold,” she said. “The Earth’s warming and the carbon is actually healthier for us. It helps feed people, it helps keep people alive.”

RSBN host Brian Glenn complained that Green New Deal proponents “want to put all kinds of rules on your vehicles and factories and things like that.” Green advised him sarcastically that it is because people think “carbon is bad.” Then he tried to refute that argument by explaining that plants need carbon to survive.

Green, who is not a scientist and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, was right to say that the Earth’s surface temperature has increased by about 1 degree Celsius since the pre-industrial era.

It is widely accepted science that global warming has been brought about by rising carbon and greenhouse gas emissions, which trap the Sun’s heat when it rises into the atmosphere. Emissions have been driven by human industrialization.

The rise in temperature is increasing extreme weather events, changes in temperature extremes, heavy rainfall, drought and other harmful climate extremes that are negatively affecting crop production and threatening global food security.

Things like using energy to heat or cool your home, or for agricultural processes, generate carbon emissions that contribute to global warming, not vice versa.

And yes, as any school-age biology student can tell you, plants do use carbon dioxide. This underscores the urgency to protect and restore ecosystems such as forests and grasslands to help remove carbon emissions from the atmosphere.

Green argued before That the climate itself “just changes”.

“Back in the Ice Age, how much tax and how much money did people spend to heat the earth?” She asked at the town hall in March 2018. “Maybe we live on a ball that spins around the Sun, that flies through the universe, and maybe our climate just changes. And I don’t think a lot of spending is going to do anything about it.”

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