The rebuttals continue

This letter is in response to the Aug. 30 edition of the News and Sentinel, which included a rebuttal to a letter of mine. The author says he believes that I am an avid reader his. The author must not flatter himself thinking that I am an avid reader of his. I just believe most of what is written is total nonsense and factually incorrect, and certainly needs to be rebutted so that people can decide for themselves, or at least be given the chance to see some information that counters the propaganda.

Nothing in the author’s letter actually says what I said was incorrect. The author just filibustered with meaningless filler language, and never said my analysis of CO2 emissions were wrong.

The author finally stated that CO2 is caused by many things. In fact, CO2 and all greenhouse gases make up less than 1 percent of our atmosphere. In the last 2,000 years there has been more CO2 than now, and it certainly was not man made.

Ph.D. Roy Spencer of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, who is a climate scientist and meteorologist as well as a Senior Scientist for Climate Studies of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center says “the fact is only 36 percent of scientists agree with the end-of-the-world scenario of global warming that fuels the UN Climate agenda.”

That is a far cry from the 99 percent of the letter writer. Additionally, MIT climate scientist Richard Lindzen ripped the 99 percent consensus claims as being just a propaganda tool to help fund scientists.

I agree with the letter’s author that China is our largest trading partner. Facts back that up. The author also states that China is not our enemy. That is not backed up by facts, and things that have happened just this month, as well as in the recent past (this year) also back this up. If you think that China is not our enemy you have obviously been under a rock for the last 20 years, or you are possibly a member of the Chinese Communist Party.

I never said that BLM was burning and looting our cities. That is a statement of the letter writer’s, but now that he mentions it, I am sure that BLM and Antifa are the people responsible for the destruction and firing of our cities. The letter writer said white provocateurs and policemen started or escalated this city violence. Please present evidence, don’t just say investigation after investigation has found this to be a fact. Show us the stats, show film or give us a credible reporter that has the info. The author can’t show us facts, because this never happened. The author said he was a BLM supporter, but does he even know what BLM stands for? They are a Marxist led group bent on overthrowing our government. If Black lives really mattered to them, they would be demanding that something be done about Chicago, Cleveland, or many other inner cities where there are high numbers of black on black crime.

The author says the Confederate monuments should be destroyed. They are part of our history and should be kept up to remind us of where we came from and how much we have progressed. He also said Confederate soldiers were “not Americans.”

Please go to South Carolina and Alabama and say that. Some people would say that just uttering the statement that Confederate soldiers were not Americans could be very derisive and bigoted. The letter writer said he is glad that QAnon was banned from Twitter and Facebook. “Q” had millions of followers that had a conservative bend most likely. This just proved my point from two weeks ago, about censorship from “big tech,” or just another part of the liberal agenda. What are the tech companies afraid of?

I certainly know the letter writer a lot better now after reading his diatribe about his beliefs. In his most recent letter, he referred to me as a right wing writer, he called my writing drivel, and he called me a racist. I have found that when you don’t have the facts on your side, leftist people tend to use name calling as a form of discrediting people or as a format to say that they are right because you are right wing or are a racist. It is a form of intimidation meant to silence someone.

Please refer to paragraph one. As long as an author writes nonsense and disinformation, I will answer. I also expect an apology for calling me a racist.

You don’t know me at ALL!

Brian Bennett

Washington, W.Va.


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