Hillary Clinton was doing some millennial outreach with Al Gore in Florida on Tuesday, where the aging Democrats told a crowd of supporters that climate change was to blame for Hurricane Matthew.
"We've always had hurricanes. But Hurricane Matthew was likely more destructive because of climate change." @HillaryClinton in Miami
— Juliet Eilperin (@eilperin) October 11, 2016
Hillary Clinton links climate change and Hurricane Matthew while on the campaign trail with former VP Al Gore https://t.co/4H0EekxoU6
— InsideClimate News (@insideclimate) October 11, 2016
Most of the campaign event was dedicated to attacking Republican nominee Donald Trump, who has said he believes climate change is a Chinese hoax. “We cannot risk putting a climate denier in the White House,” Clinton shouted.
The rally was interrupted a number of times by hecklers accusing former President Bill Clinton of being a “rapist.”
Gore went on to say that climate change was to blame for Hurricane Matthew, which recently struck the coast of Florida, site of Donald Trump’s luxurious estate at Mar-a-Lago. Gore said there was something “extremely unusual” about the hurricane, and suggest that “Mother Nature is giving us a very clear and powerful message,” about something.
It is unclear what Gore was trying to imply about the “unusual” nature of the recent hurricane, but neither he nor Clinton mentioned the possibility that President Obama and the U.S. military engineered Hurricane Matthew with nuclear energy force fields in an vengeful effort to destroy Trump’s cherished home.
A recent analysis found that Obama’s “clean energy” wind turbines were likely to blame for causing hurricanes. They also slaughter birds.
TAKE THE POLL