MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Finally Converted a Global-Warming Denier

The convert is Republican Congressman Michael Grimm, representing New York’s 11th congressional district.

Unfortunately for Hayes and his genocidal  fossil-fuel abolitionist movement, Grimm was just indicted on federal fraud and tax charges

Before the indictment, the 501(c)(4) formerly known as President Obama’s re-election campaign, was pretty excited about Grimm’s conversion as well:

Of course, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is excited about Representative Grimm as well, but they’re focused on his legal troubles rather than his new attitude on global warming.

If Grimm thought his last-minute conversion before the indictment would win him any Democratic friends, he was sorely mistaken. 



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