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Kamala Harris' Ludicrous Climate Change Claims
18:54
June 9, 2021
Kamala Harris continues to make nonsensical claims related to climate change. This time, she claims that climate change is leading to increased illegal immigration. Kamala states that food shortages are causing people to flee their native countries. Unfortunately for Kamala, food production is setting records year after year worldwide. Claiming people are starving when crop yields are higher than ever highlights the delusion behind climate alarmism. James Taylor and Myron Ebell join The Chris Salcedo Show on Newsmax to correct Kamala Harris and set the record straight. Subscribe to Newsmax TV on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsmaxtvLive

18:54
June 9, 2021
Kamala Harris continues to make nonsensical claims related to climate change. This time, she claims that climate change is leading to increased illegal immigration. Kamala states that food shortages are causing people to flee their native countries. Unfortunately for Kamala, food production is setting records year after year worldwide. Claiming people are starving when crop yields are higher than ever highlights the delusion behind climate alarmism. James Taylor and Myron Ebell join The Chris Salcedo Show on Newsmax to correct Kamala Harris and set the record straight. Subscribe to Newsmax TV on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsmaxtvLive
 
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13:55
November 19, 2014
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5:56:57
October 24, 2013
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