Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., was roasted online after she tweeted Monday evening that the Earth broke a record for hottest day in 120,000 years.
Omar, who used the tweet to call for a “climate emergency” declaration, added that the record for hottest day ever was broken on three separate days. However, Omar’s tweet was met with skepticism and was tagged with a Twitter community note casting doubt on the claim.
“What was the temperature of the globe at 12pm GMT on July 1st, 116,539 BC?” former White House adviser Stephen Miller responded.
“Is this satire?” added Republican Utah Senate candidate Trent Staggs, the current mayor of Riverton, Utah.
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Earlier this month, local Florida outlet WFLA-TV reported that “Earth broke a record for its hottest day in 120,000 years” on concurrent days, citing the Climate Reanalyzer dashboard maintained by the University of Maine’s Climate Change Institute. The tool compiles weather data stretching back to 1979 and comes with a stark warning that the data “should NOT be taken as ‘official’ observational records.”
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