Glacier National Park Quietly Removes Signs That Say Glaciers Will be Gone by 2020

by Warner Todd Huston

Montana’s Glacier National Park is quietly removing signs that said its glaciers would be melted by 2020, mostly because, well, the glaciers are still right there.

Montana’s Glacier National Park is quietly removing signs that said its glaciers would be melted by 2020, mostly because, well, the glaciers are still right there.

The Park’s spokeswoman, Gina Kurzmen, told the press that the signs that were added more than a decade ago when global warming advocates first began claiming that all ice caps and glaciers would be gone by now.

The new signs will still push the global warming myth but will feature cagier language.

“When they will completely disappear depends on how and when we act. One thing is consistent: the glaciers in the park are shrinking,” the new signs read. Red the rest HERE.

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2 Responses to Glacier National Park Quietly Removes Signs That Say Glaciers Will be Gone by 2020

  1. Susan Baird says:

    And they will be replacing them with 2030… ugh

  2. Joe Z says:

    Well, at least we know there is one thing that is shrinking…DemocRAT IQ levels.

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