Ben Stein Attacks Beyoncé’s Climate Change Message And Twitter EATS HIM ALIVE

Music star Beyoncé Knowles, who happens to have been born in Houston, Texas, said this week that the two devastating hurricanes that have hit the United States–Harvey and Irma–are a direct result of climate change, commenting:

“The effects of climate change are playing out around the world every day. Just this past week, you’ve seen devastation from the monsoon in India, an 8.1 earthquake in Mexico, and two catastrophic hurricanes. We have to be prepared for what comes next.”

That led Ben Stein, who is probably best known for a small role in the film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, to attack the pop music sensation. During an appearance on Fox News Saturday, Stein had this to say:

“We don’t need Beyoncé lecturing us on climate change. We don’t need Beyoncé lecturing us on racism.”

While he was at it, Stein also called President Trump “the least racist president ever,” proving that he hasn’t been paying attention.

Within minutes, Twitter took over and ripped the monotone, no-talent Mr. Stein a new one:

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