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Climate activists GLUE themselves to things, risking amputation and serious injury

Climate activists GLUE themselves to things, risking amputation and serious injury

Climate change activists are not known for their intellect. What they are known for, however, is performing ridiculous stunts in the name of climate activism.

In a viral clip, activists, who glued themselves to an airplane tarmac, are freed by what appears to be firefighters. One activist cries out, clearly shocked that he's experiencing pain.

“What a bunch of morons,” BlazeTV host Stu Burguiere comments.

“What’s funny about that is like, what did you think was gonna happen when you glued your hand to a runway?” he asks.

“Now, of course,” he continues, “all the flights continued. They just landed other places.”

In another clip, two activists are seen with their hands both let their hands harden in one cement block, which Stu notes that they may need to amputate in order to get free.

“Did this work? Did you change anything about your climate activities today because these idiots glued themselves to things or put their hands in cement?” Stu asks.

The only thing it works for, Stu believes, is a little good, old fashioned natural selection.

“This never works. Now, it is a way to thin the herd. And maybe we should all celebrate it for that reason. But I will say, if you’re an idiot and you’re thinking about gluing yourselves to a thing, you may want to stop that.”

Another activist decided to paint a private plane and then glue himself to it. Others were dragged to the side of the road by a truck driver while protesting climate change by blocking traffic.

Stu is quite amused.

“The climate? Not saved. Still in climate catastrophe boys and girls, and so, so, sad.”

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