He specifically says the *noise* of wind turbines causes cancer.
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You can't read the full title to your video, so I'll paste it here. "For Fact's Sake: Trump Claims That Wind Turbines Cause Cancer (They Do Not) Velshi & Ruhle MSNBC"
No mention of he noise. lol
@BoSvenson You couldn't be bothered to watch the first 20 seconds, where he says "... the *noise* causes cancer..."? They then go on to talk about the science of the noise.Putting the word "noise" in the title would make him sound more stupid, not less!
I couldn't be bothered to watch it? lol I watched the entire video and saw it live. You said: "where he says "... the *noise* causes cancer..."?You still managed to get it wrong! He said, "They said... noise causes cancer..."You conveniently replaced the "they" with "he" Putting the word *noise* in would make him sound more stupid? So they left it out to make him look less stupid? lol Yeah, I bet that's it. Because we all know that MSNBC is looking out for Trump.
@BoSvenson So he's smart for repeating something stupid he heard?Yes, putting that he claimed the noise from windmill causes cancer would obviously make him look more stupid. They didn't leave it out to make him look less stupid; nobody has to do anything other than accurately quote him, to make him look stupid.I bet you believe house prices can drop 75% on the basis of a wind turbine somewhere near it, too. (News flash, you gain regular income from giving up a few square metres space in your field.)
"I bet you believe house prices can drop 75% on the basis of a wind turbine "How much did you bet? You really do know everything. Was I commenting on house prices?What was I commenting on that? Think back...Have a nice day. I'm not going to waste my time on this. The title was altered. But that type of thing will never change with the left. I'm out.
@BoSvenson It seemed reasonable to assume you'd voted A. I could be wrong.Bye-bye!
Because you're a fucking moron who actually believes what Trump says?
You couldn't post the video of him saying that, because I'm a moron? lol
Why did you think she didn't post a link, then?
@goaded Good question. There's a very good reason that Trump Tweets, instead of trusting the MSM. This was his actual quote: "And they say the noise causes cancer. You told me that one, OK."So Trump didn't make the noise claim, scientists did. And of course wind power doesn't cause cancer, but the media outlets forgot to mention the noise part. They conveniently left that part out. They did that to make Trump look stupid. So basically, if they weren't noisy, there'd be no problem. That's because wind power doesn't cause cancer. I suppose CNN and the bunch of others could have done a 30 second Google search, and posted and honest headline and article, but that would be not fun. lolGoogle this: (I can't post links.)Environmental noise and breast cancer risk?
According to my ears and the subtitles on the video I posted, it was actually "you *tell* me that one", and I'm sure he wasn't talking to a scientist. So, I'm going to call bullshit.If you've ever stood under a wind turbine, you'd know it's a hell of a lot quieter than being anywhere near a motorway or airport (where there have been studies, some of which have found a slight correlation with a particular type of breast cancer, but there's also increased pollution around those sources of noise - not the case for wind turbines).www.sjweh.fi/show_abstract.php?abstract_id=3681In conclusion, he really is as dumb as he sounds when he talks.
@goaded According to my ears and eyes from reading the quote, he says: "And they say the noise causes cancer. You tell me that one." But I see you shortened it quite a bit. All I'm asking for is that the left not purposefully manipulate his quotes, in order to further their agenda. Just report the facts, and let the people decide. Is that so hard to do? They left the word, "noise" out for a very important reason. That's just pathetic in my book. And yes, living next to a busy freeway, train yard, or airport, pose the same problem. But don't say that planes cause cancer, and don't say that trains cause cancer. If you do, then you're manipulating the truth, and that makes you look either stupid or deceitful. Oh, and YOU don't think he talked to scientists. (nor did any of his zillion staff members)Well, if YOU say you don't think he did, then he didn't. That we know for sure.
Now you're saying that the noise from windmills causes cancer, but not the noise from airports, freeways or trains? And if me saying any of those can give you cancer makes me "look either stupid or deceitful", what does that say about Trump, when he says it about something that's quieter and less polluting?You can post a link to any scientific evidence that he's right, if you put some spaces into it to split it up; it won't be clickable, but I'll repeat it for you (whatever it is).Why would I quote more than I had to, to correct one word in your quote? Stop playing the victim, when anyone can watch 20 seconds of video to see I'm right, with the full context. Watch the rest to find out why he's completely wrong.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWGC6ogXSzY
@goaded "Now you're saying that the noise from windmills causes cancer, but not the noise from airports, freeways or trains?"What is wrong with you? I never said that. lol Look up above and you'll find EXACTLY what I said:"And yes, living next to a busy freeway, train yard, or airport, pose the same problem. "That seems fairly straightforward to me, but you needed to twist it 180 degrees. Sure, I could post those broken links, but I don't want to play this game with you. Soon you'll drift off to Stormy Daniels. lolGo hate somewhere else.
I think I see the problem. What you said (the second sentence in the full quote at the end) could be interpreted in two different ways. (I read the first one.)1. If goaded says planes, etc., cause cancer, goaded's manipulating the truth, etc.or2. If Trump said planes, etc., cause cancer, people would accuse him of manipulating the truth, etc.But Trump didn't say those things may cause cancer, he said the noise from windmills (which is quieter than a fridge, even outside the house, at any reasonable distance) does. Which really is manipulating the truth, and makes him look either stupid or deceitful."And yes, living next to a busy freeway, train yard, or airport, pose the same problem. But don't say that planes cause cancer, and don't say that trains cause cancer. If you do, then you're manipulating the truth, and that makes you look either stupid or deceitful."
If frequent repetition of a lie ends up in people believing it, why shouldn't frequent repetition of the truth, that he doesn't know what he's talking about?
Wow, you sure got that right. She's a loon.
She's a rude cunt
There's no shortage of those on GAG.
Google it- he really is that dumb.