Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom

The Kim Monson Show
The Kim Monson Show
Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom

Kim and Producer Steve begin the week discussing the mess in Texas and the role of bad policy decisions in the disaster. Beware as Colorado is the petri dish for many radical ideas and this may soon be coming our way. The 2021 Legislative Session is underway. One of the first bills introduced is HB21-1006, Fifth-day School Enrichment Programs Funding. Kim questions funds being withdrawn from the general fund to pay for non-profit organizations to perform educational programs on the fifth day of a school week. People are very enamored with their personal ancestry and do not exhibit a corresponding interest in America’s history.

Kristi Burton Brown is a candidate for the State GOP Chair and makes the case as to why she should be elected. Kristi acknowledges the split between the establishment consultants and grassroots activism. Essentially, her campaign is based on the collaboration of various networks within the party to build relationships, raise funds for candidates, and bring in a diverse set of candidates. For more information on her campaign, visit kkbcolorado.com.

Jason McBride, Senior Vice President with Presidential Wealth Management, remarks on a quiet market last week and notes that futures are down for the moment. With limited market activity, now is a good time to reassess your portfolio by looking at your holdings to ensure a balanced portfolio and possibly move into cash. Give Jason a call at 303-695-1600 for a professional review.

Guest Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace and author of the must-read book Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom, discusses with Kim the “one giant scam” called Climate Change. Patrick states that he realized that all the scare stories on the environment are based on two things: the invisible (i.e., CO2 and radiation) and the remote (i.e., coral reefs and polar bears). The average person cannot verify with their own eyes what they are told by the mainstream media narrative. Texas clearly exemplifies the unreliability of renewable energy that exists because of political subsidies and mandates. The green movement is against anything that burns—fossil fuels, bio-waste and municipal waste. There is no proof that CO2 correlates with temperature. Patrick concludes that we need to keep the “fire of freedom alive.”

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