Gutfeld: Obama Should Focus on 'Climate of Terror,' Not Climate Change
During a speech at the United Nations headquarters in New York City today, President Obama announced he will be ordering U.S. federal agencies to consider climate change in the development of international programs.
“There’s one issue that will define the contours of this century more dramatically than any other, and that is the urgent and growing threat of a changing climate,” Obama said today.
On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld noted that it’s the rich who seem to despise coal and are focused on alternative energy, not the poor.
“So, why do upscale libs with access to modern energy wish to deny it from others?” Gutfeld asked, pointing out that many of the protesters in Sunday’s massive climate change awareness march say that owning possessions and using energy are evil, yet they’ve already benefited from those resources themselves.
Gutfeld added that war is not the legacy that Obama wanted. He wanted to be known as the “earth God” who reversed the climate change tides, but the security of America has taken precedence, according to Gutfeld.
“The climate has gotten hotter, definitely, but it’s the climate of terror. And it’s something we can definitely reverse,” Gutfeld said. “Our president must admit that the imminent threat isn’t Celsius, but psychopaths.”
“War may not be your choice, but this isn’t college anymore. You don’t choose your major. Your major chooses you.”
Hear his monologue and his "Five" co-hosts’ reactions above.