Every time snow falls, someone decides to take global warming extremely literally and use the cold weather as their defense that it doesn't exist, as demonstrated in the Washington Times' recent op-ed, 'Snowmaggedon is nigh.'
With all this flawed logic floating around, MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan took it upon himself to knock down these unsubstantiated claims, specifically referring to a Virginia GOP political ad.
"Here's the problem," Ratigan said. "These 'Snowpocalypses' that have been going through D.C. and other weather events are precisely what climate scientists have been predicting, fearing, and anticipating because of global warming ... In fact you could argue these storms are not evidence of a lack of global warming, but evidence of global warming."
WATCH Ratigan explain the reasoning: