NBC News Reports Fictional Nationwide Conflagration in Australia
Unscrupulous proponents of the collapsing global warming hoax have attempted to gin up hysteria by yelling at the gullible that their imaginary crisis is the cause of wildfires. It must not be working, or they would not be this desperate:
In a bizarre map produced by NBC News, pretty much the whole of Australia is depicted as being ablaze this week.
You might have thought the bushfires of the past week have been confined largely to New South Wales, but noooo. Not according to NBC they’re not.
According to NBC, pretty much the entire country is on fire, including vast swathes of Cape York, the entire Darwin region, and vast portions of Western Australia’s Great Sandy Desert where you’d be lucky to find two blades of grass to rub together.
Apparently NBC managed to magnify the disaster by including hazard reduction burns throughout the country. Yet again we see that if it is reported by the leftist apparatchiks at NBC News, you can assume it is at best based loosely on the truth.
On a tip from Andrew in Australia. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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