Liberal Insanity: Homeowners Must Check That BBQ Smoke – Denier Assassin’s Weapon of Choice? Lightening Strike!

Posted by Tina

As Rush often says, “You can’t make this stuff up!

(editors note:  Bar-B-Que story withdrawn based on new information)

The depth of ignorance here is significant but can it be topped by a professor from Cambridge? Yes…yes it can:

“I just thought what is going on here? Somebody is trying to do in people who are working on ice thickness in Britain.”

“He added: “If it was some kind of death squad, you don’t expect that with something like climate change. I know lots of oil companies have been giving lots and lots of money to- climate change denialist organisations but you don’t expect them to kill people.” …

…The professor said there were just four people in the UK, including himself who were “leaders on ice thickness in the Arctic”.

Those he named all died in 2013. Professor Laxon died after falling down stairs at a New Year’s Eve party, while Dr Katharine Giles was killed in a cycling accident with a lorry. Police reports state that Dr Tim Boyd died after being struck by lightning while walking in Scotland.

The good professor is suggesting an assassin…but assassination by lightening strike?

Control freak liberals are out of their minds!

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12 Responses to Liberal Insanity: Homeowners Must Check That BBQ Smoke – Denier Assassin’s Weapon of Choice? Lightening Strike!

  1. Chris says:

    I certainly agree with you that both the Florida official and the paranoid conspiracy theorist climate scientist sound very stupid.

    But how do you know either one of them identifies as liberal?

  2. Pete says:

    I was curious about the BBQ smoke ordinance so thought I’d Google the issue. It seems that there’s more to the story. Apparently there is an ordinance that allows the city to fine only commercial BBQing if said BBQing is happening on property not zoned for commercial use.

    That said, the gentleman BBQing was doing so for commercial sales. The city said they only act on the issue if there are multiple complaints and the product is for commercial use. The city stated that they had received 14 complaints about this commercial BBQ.

    All said and done, I personally wouldn’t enjoy smoke from someone’s business wafting into my back yard. I think the liberals and conservatives could agree.

    • Post Scripts says:

      Pete, that’s a great discovery. Thanks for finding it. I am in complete agreement with the city and the neighbors who are complaining! Based on this new information I will amend my previous comment. -Jack

  3. Pete says:

    **My bad…it is a county ordinance not city.

  4. J. Soden says:

    Does the stench of lies continuing to waft outta the white house count? If so, let’s get that FL official on a plane to DC immediately!

  5. Tina says:

    Pete thanks for the input.

    I saw video this morning and the man in question lives in a neighborhood with no other visible businesses in sight. I would think if the city or county wanted to stop the guy from selling commercially they would have considered zoning laws in addition to complaints about BBQ smoke. It may be that the area does allow commercial use but given the neighborhood it seems highly unlikely. Can you share with us the source of your information?

    Also the man who owns the house pointed out that the wind was blowing the smoke away from the home where the complainant lived.

    If this is a case of personal BBQ aroma/smoke the harassment from neighbors is uncalled for and the county/city is likely environmentally radicalized!

    Environmentalist have a history of trying to eliminate BBQ pits, wood stoves, leaf blowers, and such in local communities. These are extremists who refuse to live and let live…who refuse to be as “tolerant” of others and they demand of others.

  6. Tina says:

    Chris we don’t know, however, the issues are not those of conservatives…they are in the liberal bailiwick. It’s a smart bet.

  7. Tina says:

    Jack I appreciate your looking into the story further.

    I still see no evidence that the man was BBQing “commercially.”

    There was a story out of Texas about smoke coming from some commercial restaurants in a town known for it’s BBQ. Perhaps the two stories have been conflated?

    • Post Scripts says:

      See links in previous post, it’s definitely a commercial operation. Inthis case it was called, Franklin’s Bar-b-Que. “Pitmaster Aaron Franklin tells Eater if such a code were to pass, it could force Franklin Barbecue and many other barbecue joints in Austin to go out of business.” These are commercial business alright.

  8. Pete says:

    My source for the BBQ story:

    It’s interesting that of the 40+ Google News sources available this morning, this was the only one that didn’t have a “cookie-cutter” look. All the other news sources seemed to use the video as their only information on the issue.

  9. Tina says:

    Thanks Pete, good find! Apparently he was using commercial equipment (see photo at link) in a residential area.

    A lot of people have such equipment so I’m not sure what makes it “commercial.”

    One way or another it’s still nuts to think someone could confine smoke to their own yard or control the wind.

    Just as crazy as thinking someone could be assassinated by lightening!

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