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Tommy’s Garage: The Global Warming edition

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“Tommy’s Garage,” the hit conservative comedy program launched as a direct challenge to the mainstream left’s brand of anti-Trump, anti-Christian, anti-conservative, anti-everybody but insufferable leftists “comedy,” is back once more — kind of.

Watch below as hilarious political writer Tom Adkins, the “Tommy” behind “Tommy’s Garage,” talks about what it feels like to be trapped in Houston amid the ongoing winter storm:

Sadly, he had to cancel this week’s official episode because he lives in Texas and is therefore currently freezing cold and without power. He’s basically living in “Green New Deal” author Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez’s dreamed fantasy world, except that farting cows still exist (DAMN!).

But just because this week’s official episode’s been canceled doesn’t mean Adkins didn’t have some important thoughts to share with the world. In fact, he had a lot of important thoughts to share and some important questions to ask as well.

It’s 17 degrees in Houston, Texas. Yesterday we had a sleet storm. Tomorrow we get another sleet storm. Everything is frozen. So where are all those global warming experts?” he wonders aloud in the clip above.

It’s presumed that one of their fancy ships got stuck in ice again while they were patrolling Antarctica in search of proof of global warming, *cough*.

(Source: The Indianapolis Star)

 

“They had this scientific theory that carbon dioxide is setting the Earth on fire. You remember Al Gore’s hockey stick? It’s 17 degrees, Al Gore. You know what, why don’t you come to Houston, Texas, so I can shove it up your …,” Adkins continues.

The video then cuts out for a second as Adkins presumably vents his Gore-induced rage on the poor, innocent camera, 😞.

Once he’s done criminally abusing the camera — #CameraLivesMatter — he continues where he left off.

“That’s the first question: Where are all the experts that told us we’re turning the Earth into a sauna, which we could use right about now? That gets me to the second question. Now normally, this cold weather’s just a nuisance. You stay at home a few days, you watch TV, you drink some hot cocoa, and then it all goes away, right?” he says.

“One problem. This is my house. No electric for me and four million other people. 17 degrees, no electric, no heat. No heat, pipes freeze, people freeze. We’re talking about billions of dollars in damages … So why no electricity?”

It’s a complicated question with a complicated answer, but if you’d like to know that answer, check out this week’s full unofficial episode of “Tommy Garage.”

Vivek Saxena

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