Holding global warming protests during snowstorms has become such a cliché, one would think organizers would learn their lesson.
But one would be wrong.
While hundreds of Democratic activists braved the downpour in Denver on Saturday for the People’s Climate March, their sidekicks in Colorado Springs had to cancel their event because of snow.
“Sometimes Mother Nature throws you a curveball!” said the Colorado Springs Council for Justice in a Friday post 350 Colorado Springs. “We know we aren’t in the business of risking anyone’s safety. Dangerous conditions and wet heavy snow in the forecast for tomorrow.”
We wouldn’t call April snow in Colorado a “curveball,” we call that spring.
Maybe if they recruited some scientists, weather folks, or even locals to lead their protest instead of political activists, this sort of thing would not happen.
Instead, we were being preached to about the end of the world at an event sponsored by labor unions, including postal workers, Democrat and communist organizations, Rock the Vote, the Electric Auto Association, Hip Hop Caucus, Tom Steyer, and tons of other so-called climate experts that George Soros has contributed $36 million.
These recruiting rallies for Democratic voters are also starting to become cliché, but it may prove effective when Democrats use these people to get out the vote during the next election.
Perhaps it’s time for Republicans to find their own creative solution to voter registration, and keep the GOP activated through the next election.