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Here’s What CNN Felt The Need To Ask During White House Press Briefing On Hurricane Irma’s Damage

During a press conference following Category 4 storm Hurricane Irma pounding Florida with up to 130 mph winds, CNN’s White House correspondent couldn’t help but make the storm political.

After addressing the severity of the storm, Homeland Security Advisor Thomas Bossert was ambushed by questions from Jim Acosta about whether climate change was the reason for recent hurricanes.

Acosta asked:

“When you see three Category 4 hurricanes all on the same map at the same time, does a thought occur to you, maybe there is something to this climate change thing and its connection to powerful hurricanes? Or do you just separate the two and say, ‘Boy, there’s a lot of big hurricanes coming our way?’”

“Well, I don’t know if I’d say either, but I do note that there’s a cyclical nature of a lot of these hurricane seasons. The scientists for their forecasts on this particular one, they were dead on that this would be a stronger, more powerful hurricane season. Slightly more than average, large storms making landfall. We will have to do a larger analysis on a later date.”

Watch the exchange below.

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  1. colin humphreys

    September 12, 2017 at 9:52 am

    there have been storms recorded in history like every 100 yeas this happens every 800 years a extreme flood just a cycle as the earth tilts towards the sun and away changes weather patterns nothing to do with climate all the innovation and money show little or no impact on climate contro
    who cn believe CNN any more much to do about nothing

  2. needless

    September 12, 2017 at 9:55 am

    You simply have to fight back and declare war on those CNN scumbag reporters,who want to create chaos by producing a steady flow of fake news and lies.Haven’t you noticed how they always present their made up stories by referring to: “breaking news” and “bombshells”?It’s laughable,because breaking news do not occur every day and anytime of the day.Expose scumbag reporters like Jim Acosta and Michael Smerconish to scorn and ridicule,which will help the public look through them.

  3. Roger Kovach

    September 12, 2017 at 11:24 am

    When you see a lot of stupid, self centered journalists asking self serving questions, do you attribute it to stupid, self centered journalists or to the death of journalism? Or do you just separate the two and just say “Boy, there are sure a lot of stupid questions coming our way?”

    • paulette

      September 13, 2017 at 2:18 am


  4. vera

    September 12, 2017 at 1:27 pm

    But ,there are a lot of stupid People out there that watch these stupid morons.

  5. Thomas Bristol

    September 12, 2017 at 5:20 pm

    Well, let’s see, the earth has been here for billions of years, we have been recording weather (accurately) for maybe 100 years.
    So how many storm or hurricanes have there been in a billion years? Maybe a billion!

  6. AHZZ

    September 12, 2017 at 9:44 pm

    global warming? NO!
    climate change? NO!
    Only “NATURE” doing what it has done for thousands of years!
    But you loony, lefty suckers keep sending in your $$$ to Al Bore & Jim Nye (NOT A SCIENTIST GUY!)

    • AHZZ

      September 12, 2017 at 9:44 pm

      BILL Nye

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