Weather Channel calls out site using its video to mislead Americans
Taking pride in your work is an important thing for all of us to do. Taking pride in your work and have someone try to use it against you? No one would stand for that.
That held true when the Weather Channel noticed a website put out a claim that global warming isn’t real and temperatures are actually falling. Seeing the inaccuracy of the report, they probably got curious to see who was cited.
The people cited were in fact, the Weather Channel themselves.
A video about an unrelated topic was used to try to make the story look authentic to viewers.
The Weather Channel made a rebuttal video, laid out the facts, and hopes the truth will prevail in a time when fake news seems to make more storylines than facts.
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