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Ed Begley Jr. Destroys FOX News Host, Slams Network For Spewing 'Nonsense'

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Now this is more like it.

Ed Begley Jr. went Hulk-mode on FOX News host Stuart Varney yesterday while discussing the recent leak of climate change emails that skeptics have hilariously said prove global warming is a hoax. The actor, well-known for his green lifestyle, took issue with Varney saying the emails shed doubt on the climate change science. “Do you ever think that maybe you’re wrong about global warming?” asked Varney, which Begley replied quickly he did not. “You can be skeptical but not deniable,” he said.

When Varney then went on to say that he doesn’t want the government ‘coming into our homes’ when it comes to environmental regulations, Begley turned things up to 11. “Stop this scare tactic!” he said. Followed by this exchange,

Begley: You’re spewing your nonsense here yet again. The air in LA is twice as clean as it was in 1970, why? Because of good technology.
Varney: That’s got nothing to do with global warming.
Begley: It has everything to do with good science.

The actor then reiterated a point he made earlier in the interview, saying that people should not listen to him or FOX News, but scientists and peer reviewed studies. “Go to somebody you trust, National Geographic,” he said. “Don’t get it from you or me, Don’t get it from Rush Limbaugh or Glenn Beck.” Check out the video below:

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