In Brown’s first debate with Elizabeth Warren, when he was asked if he believed climate change was real, he answered, “Yes, yes I do. I absolutely believe that climate change is real and I believe there’s a combination between man-made and natural. That being said one of the biggest things we could do is get an energy policy and we don’t have one.” . In sharp contrast to that answer, when asked by reporters yesterday is climate change had been scientifically proven, he simply answered “No.” You can see his answer from the Warren debate around 48 minutes in on this clip:
This actually marks Brown’s third stance on climate change, since in his race against Coakley in 2010 he said he wasn’t sure if climate change was man-made or occurring naturally. Whether climate change is real or not, Scott Brown apparently thinks bending the way that will get him the most votes is the kind of political climate change he can believe in. Bqhatevwr!
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