Fox News host Tucker Carlson likened climate change to ‘systematic racism in the sky’ in a West Coast fires monologue

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson compared climate change to “systematic racism in the sky” while speaking about the wildfires along the West Coast.
“In the hands of Democratic politicians, climate change is like systemic racism in the sky. You can’t see it, but rest assured it’s everywhere and it’s deadly,” Carlson said on Friday night.
The “Tucker Tonight” host also said there’s “no evidence” that climate change contributed to the severity of the fires.
Scientists have agreed that human-induced climate change is making the fires — which have devastated much of the West Coast — stronger and deadlier. 
California Gov. Gavin Newsom told reporters on Friday that the fires show that the debate around climate change is “over.”
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson likened warnings about climate change to “systematic racism in the sky” while speaking about the wildfires ravaging the US West Coast.In a segment on Friday night, the “Tucker Carlson Tonight” host said that Democratic leaders are blaming climate change for the devastating wildfires in an attempt to intimidate people to vote for them.”Climate change, they said, caused these fires. They didn’t explain how exactly that happened. How did climate change do …

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