Alan Jones hits back at Q&A climate change attack
Alan Jones has responded after being attacked on the ABC last night.
Q and A featured a stacked panel of climate change scientists who went after Alan, despite him not even being on the panel.
A question was asked by a television viewer, with CSIRO scientist Professor David Karoly responding with, “Not everything Jones says is factually accurate.”
Alan Jones quotes figures that imply human CO2 can’t cause climate change because it’s so small. Is he correct? #QandA pic.twitter.com/0cG5qnJGnz
— ABC Q&A (@QandA) June 17, 2019
Despite admitting that many of Alan’s statistics are in fact correct, Professor Karoly continued the attack.
“I am a climate scientist, and Alan Jones is wrong.”
Alan has defended himself, saying it was a “stacked outfit” on the program, not designed for debate but to further their agenda.
He also spoke with Swedish climate scientist Dr Nils Axel-Morner who says it’s “completely nonsense” to claim sea levels are rising and carbon is bad.
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