Climate crazies crash Swedish dance show and that’s when the camera guy SWINGS into action

A group of climate change zanies who tried to crash a Swedish dance show got a big surprise when a quick-thinking camera crane operator acted to shoo away the pests with the epic incident captured on video.

It’s understandable that passion about the rumored weather apocalypse could run high with youth in Sweden which is the home of unhinged climate cult leader Greta Thunberg, and the trio sought to make an impression during the finale of “Let’s Dance” in TV4 as they ran onto the dance floor with banners and some sort of substance that one was flinging into the air.

The rude interruption of Charlotte Kalla’s routine was met with action by the crane operator who swung it into the frame and into one of the troublemakers, knocking him off his feet and onto his rear end as the trio were hauled away without the performance missing a beat.

The footage of the activist’s delightful moment of comeuppance was posted to Twitter by conservative journalist Jack Posobiec

“We need to do our moral duty when it comes to the future of the young generation,” said Tina Kronberg Berggren, one of the activists from the group Restore Wetlands who rushed the dance floor.

“Three people were rejected by the police – they are suspected of vandalism,” according to the Swedish news outlet Expressen.

Twitter users were impressed by the video and posted their feedback.

Europe has been the site of much disruptive activity by young climate crazies with roadways closed down by disruptive activists gluing themselves to roads and, last year, were able to briefly shut down Berlin’s airport by gluing themselves to the tarmac, an act that some had described as terrorism.

On the homefront, a pair of global-warming kooks were taken into custody and charged on Friday for their vandalism of a priceless piece of artwork at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

On April 27, Timothy Martin of North Carolina and Joanna Smith of New York, both 53 years old, walked into the National Gallery of Art and smeared blood-red paint on the case of the exhibit of French artist Edgar Degas’s “Little Dancer Aged Fourteen,” which was on display at the gallery.

According to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C., Smith and Martin caused approximately $2,400 in damage and the exhibit was removed from public display for ten days so that it could be repaired,” they are facing charges of conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States and injury to a National Gallery of Art exhibit, each of which carries a maximum sentence of five years in federal prison and a fine of up to $250,000.

More brazen acts by environmentalist crazies are a certainty with the fearmongering over the climate catastrophe being pumped out by media and politicians on a daily basis.

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