KISS bassist / vocalist Gene Simmons has blown up a Texas politician to link the moon to Earth’s orbit and solar flares to climate change.
The American Republic on Tuesday Louis Homer, a Republican from Texas, asked a representative of the US Forest Service if it was possible to change the orbit of the Moon or Earth as a way to combat climate change.
During a meeting of the subcommittee of the National Committee for National Resources on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands, Homer addressed Jennifer Eberline, Assistant Deputy Chief of the National Forest System. He said: “I understand from what has been testified, the Forest Service and (the Bureau of Land Management), you really want to work on climate change.”
Eberlein paused before answering, “I’ll have to contact you on this, Mr. Homer. “
“Yes? Well, if you find a way for you Forest Service to make that change, I’d like to know,” Homer said.
Earlier today, Simmons share a Yahoo! News article about Homerand he included the following message: “Please excuse my language. What an Effin Moron … a Texas Republican. Homer proposes a change in the Moon ‘s orbit to combat climate change. “
Homer, an outspoken opponent of Democrats’ plans to combat climate change, responded to the reaction Twitter noting that Tuesday’s hearing “was for the BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT and Climate Change”.
In the past, Homer he has repeatedly said that he does not believe that climate change is a man-made problem.
“Right now there is nothing we can do about climate change, when the moon’s orbit is obviously changing some, the Earth’s orbit is changing some, according to NASA,” he said Fox business network last month.
Please excuse my language. What an Effin Moron … A Texas Republican. Homer proposes changing moon’s orbit to combat climate change https://t.co/sQn6R6F0RE
– Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) June 10, 2021
ORBITS: Representative Louis Gomert (R-TX) asks whether the Forest Service or BLM can change the orbit of the Moon or Earth to combat climate change during a hearing on the House’s Natural Resources pic.twitter.com/yYiOyi2cMZ
– Forbes (@Forbes) June 8, 2021
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