Thursday, June 13, 2024

Notorious Climate Hack Triggered by Hotel Gym Playing Fox News

'This is deeply offensive... '

(Alex Tien, Headline USA) It is becoming increasingly difficult to tell what alleged outrages will upset the woke mob and those scrambling to cancel anyone and anything they don’t agree with.

Apparently, for climate change hoaxer Michael Mann, Marriot Hotels are next up in the long line of companies and businesses that need to be canceled.

One might suspect that the CEO has been exposed in an outrageous scandal, or perhaps Marriot execs have been caught doing insider trading, but that would be misguided. Instead, Marriot is guilting of one of its hotels playing FOX News in one of its fitness centers.

“Dear @Marriot, The Fitness center at your NYC Times Square hotel has TV fixed on ‘Fox News’— a network that promotes anti-American, pro-Russian propaganda,” he tweeted.

He also tweeted that “the manager of the facility says he can’t change the channel, it is set by [Marriott]” and “This is deeply offensive.”

Mann’s lame attempts to brag about being in Times Square and that he was working out were completely invalidated by his insistence that the TV channel be changed to something that was more safe for him to watch.

Professor Mann is no stranger to controversy. In 2014, he avoided efforts to have his research and emails from the University of Virginia be subjected to the state’s Freedom of Information laws.

Mann’s research became a target back in a 2009 controversy dubbed “Climate-gate,” where hackers released more than a thousand emails amongst climate researchers. Some of the emails were seized upon by skeptics as evidence that scientists had manipulated or falsified data and tried to suppress criticism.


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