Mythical, Con And Other Words Trump Has Used To Describe Global Warming

Trump describes global warming

Climate change has become an enormous debate throughout Donald Trump’s reign over America. Our darling president is determined to convince the world that it’s all a hoax by going through his thesaurus which was written at a fourth-grade reading level and plucking out words that fit his ignorant mindset on global warming. Here are all the words this self-proclaimed genius has used to describe gloabal warming.


One of Trump’s favorite words to describe global warming is a “hoax.” His proof? Well, apparently, the cold weather is all the evidence he needs. Who needs science when there’s snow? While it’s true that the term “global warming” can be confusing and has led many people to think that the only issue we have is the increase in Earth’s temperature, that’s not what the term means. If education failed you, as it often does in America, there’s this little thing called the internet that can help you figure out what the difference between climate change and global warming is. Or you can be like Trump and say things like this:

Snowing in Texas and Louisiana, record setting freezing temperatures throughout the country and beyond. Global warming is an expensive hoax!

NBC News just called it the great freeze – coldest weather in years. Is our country still spending money on the GLOBAL WARMING HOAX?

We should be focused on clean and beautiful air-not expensive and business closing GLOBAL WARMING-a total hoax!

Don’t be like Trump.


While many people use the terms global warming and climate change interchangeably, the two actually aren’t synonyms. (Hear that MAGA fans?) Global warming actually refers to just one of the many side effects of climate change, while climate change relates to the problem as a whole. So, for example, if climate change were the flu, global warming would be just one of the symptoms you have like a runny nose. Just because you treat your snot nose with a decongestant doesn’t mean your fever, chills, cough, and muscle aches will magically disappear, right? So, snow in places that don’t have a history of cold weather doesn’t make global warming a “con” because changes in precipitation patterns are a symptom of climate change.

Wow, it’s snowing in Isreal and on the pyramids in Egypt. Are we still wasting billions on the global warming con? MAKE U.S. COMPETITIVE!

What the hell is going on with GLOBAL WARMING. The planet is freezing, the ice is building and the G.W. scientists are stuck-a total con job

Baltimore just set a record for the coldest day in March in a long recorded history – 4 degrees. Other places likewise. Global warming con!

Donald may not get it, but let’s be smarter than Donald.


Now that I’ve got your attention let’s talk about other not-so-fictional side effects of climate change. Heat waves and droughts are becoming more common and will continue to occur with shorter lengths of time between them. It’s predicted that by the end of the century, America will experience several heat waves and droughts across the country per year, which is far more than the once-every-twenty-year cycle we’ve experienced in the past. The length of these episodes will also extend to numerous days or weeks. So, Trump can call climate change fictional all he wants but it’s his son Barron who will have to deal with these temperature increases.

Windmills are the greatest threat in the US to both bald and golden eagles. Media claims fictional ‘global warming’ is worse.

Likely Barron won’t care so much about the bald and golden eagles fifty years from now when he loses his home to a wild fire.


Next up on our tour of the side effects of mythical global warming is the nasty hurricanes we can expect in our near future. Anyone who has lived through these kinds of storms understands how detrimental they can be. Just in the last decade or so we’ve had Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, Hurricane Maria, Ike, Rita, etc. Both the intensity and frequency of brutal hurricanes are expected to occur if something isn’t done about climate change. Maybe if the next hurricane targets one of Trump’s prescious towers or resorts he’d actually start to care. Actually, who am I kidding? He’d be the first one of the phone to cash in on the insurance money.

Let’s continue to destroy the competitiveness of our factories & manufacturing so we can fight mythical global warming. China is so happy!

The only thing mythical about Trump’s statement is the fact that the people of China are so happy.


One of Trump’s favorite words to describe practically anyone or anything is stupid, so it should come as no surprise that he used this term to describe global warming as well. Is it stupid that the Arctic is expected to be ice-free during summer months within the next thirty or so years? You’re probably thinking, who cares but the melted ice turns to water which significantly adds to the ocean’s sea levels. We won’t be seeing parts of the country looking like Venice in our lifetimes, but it will make those hurricanes mentioned earlier far more devastating. It’s only a stupid waste of money until you’re clinging on to a tree for dear life as you watch your home float away.

When will our country stop wasting money on global warming and so many other truly “STUPID” things and begin to focus on lower taxes?

We definitely need to lower taxes in America though, and the first thing we should do is cut the salaries of all government employees making over $200k per year. That’s just excessive.


Donald Trump might think global warming is bullshit, but he hasn’t been in school since the ’60s where he studied economics. He’s hardly the guy to listen to about anything science related, especially one that affects, I don’t know, EVERYONE in the entire WORLD.

This very expensive GLOBAL WARMING bullshit has got to stop. Our planet is freezing, record low temps, and our GW scientists are stuck in ice.

Donald Trump doesn’t care about the planet, he only cares about himself. Don’t be like Donald Trump.

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Rose Burke

Freelance writer and art enthusiast, Rose Burke, often writes humorous essays inspired by awkward dating experiences and life’s cruel sense of humor. When she's not doing that, she's typically writing entertainment articles on women's issues, politics, feminism, and other trending topics her readers love. Her work has been published in The Southampton Review, The Conium Review, The Richest, The Independent, CINEMABLEND, and more. Author of the popular feminist blog series "Writings of the Satirical Feminista," Rose is currently focusing on a collection of humorous personal essays while she travels the world.


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