Limbaugh rewards child climate skeptic with an iPad

The radio host explains that science has become a "branch of the Democrat Party" VIDEO

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Limbaugh rewards child climate skeptic with an iPadRush Limbaugh (Credit: AP)

On his show Thursday, Rush Limbaugh hosted a climate expert to explain how global warming is “a hoax.” Sorry, did we say climate expert? We meant 13-year-old kid from Indiana. The young man called into Limbaugh’s show and said he had done his own research at the local library for a school project and concluded that it was obvious that man-made climate change is bogus.

“It was really easy for me to find this evidence, really easy,” said young Alex. “I believe the reason that the liberals do not have the evidence [that it's a hoax] is because they do not want the evidence. They don’t want to hear that it’s wrong.”

Alex said he found all the information at the library, because he didn’t have a computer. Limbaugh was so impressed that he told Alex he wanted to send him an iPad, assuming his parents were OK with it, in order to help him with future research.

Circling back today, Limbaugh explained that “exactly as the news media is a branch of the Democrat Party, so too is much of science today.” “The global warming scientists are just Democrats, folks. They’re all part of an agenda,” he continued, “The Democrats have literally politicized everything they can use to expand government, which is their primary objective.”

So kids, if your parents won’t buy you an iPad, call up Rush Limbaugh and tell him you need to do more research about how global warming is a hoax, or “Feminazis,” or Fast and Furious, or whatever else Limbaugh is bloviating about that day.

UPDATE: Here are Limbaugh’s full comments from today about science:

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Folks, just exactly as the news media is no longer about the news, there aren’t any news outlets, it’s a branch of the Democrat Party, so too is much of science today. The Democrats have literally politicized everything they can use to expand government, which is their primary objective. Whatever they can do to grow government, they will politicize it… ‘The consensus of scientists.’ Well, they are all politicized as well. The global warming scientists are just Democrats, folks. They are all part of an agenda. It’s where they get their money, it’s where they get their funding to study all this stuff… Government money, grant money. So they’re all part of the agenda.

Alex Seitz-Wald

Alex Seitz-Wald is Salon's political reporter. Email him at aseitz-wald@salon.com, and follow him on Twitter @aseitzwald.

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