LMAO: Tucker Carlson EXPOSES Climate Freak Mayor, Guess How Much He Knows About Beloved Paris Agreement [VIDEO]

Tucker Carlson has made quite the name for himself. He’s a no bullsh*t kind of guy; get straight to the point. Only the facts matter.

So, those who agree to come on his show better be ready for a fight. They better have their ducks in a row, all their I’s dotted, all the T’s crossed.

So why is it people like Miami’s “outraged” mayor still agree to come on? They must like embarrassing themselves, and providing some entertainment for us.

Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine was asked one simple question, what exactly has him so upset. His answer…well, just watch.

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When you just rattle off your talking points, you are not prepared for a debate. You need to do your research, you need to think outside the box!

This was the Mayor’s opportunity to talk figures, to talk policy. Why is the Paris Agreement so great when it comes to the economic health of the world?

Don’t ask Levine, he sure as h*ll doesn’t know!

“You’re concerned about rising sea levels,” Carlson began.

“I’m not here to argue that that’s not a concern. I’m just wondering how this specific agreement sending three billion dollars a year to countries like India and China, who don’t have to lower their emissions rates, is going to fix the global warming problem in Miami Beach?”

Instead of answering the question, Levine went on to rant about flooding.

“During sunny days, the water levels have gone up dramatically,” he said. “And it’s not just Miami Beach. It’s coastal cities all over the world. Tucker, I heard what you had to say but I gotta tell you something. When the world’s leading scientists are telling you this is what’s going on… at some point you have to listen.”

“Yeah, you’re actually dodging my question completely,” Carlson skewered before posing it again.

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