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Miles W Mathis could not find any hurricane called Ian in the recorded weather data, but he could find a media cum insurance scam.
Very interesting Tap’. I’ll check him out.
He’s amended his position 2 days ago. Always a sign of a real researcher
“Added October 13: I have goten a few positves and a few negatves on this one. Three strong negs to be exact, from those thinking we were downplaying or belitling Hurricane Ian. So I am changing the
title, [new one Weather Inflation] which I feel misrepresents the paper. It used to be The Great Hurricane Hoax, which implies we are claiming Ian was faked. Neither Dent nor I are implying that, as I think is clear. Dent’s main thesis here
is that the winds of these hurricanes are infated, and that they—like all weather now—have been weaponized by the media as part of the 24/7 fear porn now driving all reportage. We saw more
indicaton of that when Biden immediately claimed Ian was proof of global warming. There is no doubt Ian was a big storm and that it caused a lot of damage. But there is nothing new in that”
Dane Wiggington at his best. I just wish they’d called it something else.