Climate activist Greta Thunberg deletes 2018 tweet saying world will end in 2023

Climate activist Greta Thunberg has deleted a tweet from 2018 that claimed the world would end in 2023.

The embarrassing Twitter post, now five years old, proves that Thunberg’s climate sensationalism is far from accurate.

The tweet

“A top climate scientist is warning that climate change will wipe out all of humanity unless we stop using fossil fuels over the next five years,” the post read.

Jack Posobiec pointed out the five-year-old claim with the question, “Hi @GreatThunberg! Why did you delete this?”

A top climate voice?

“Perhaps no one on earth has better used the media’s desire to promote climate change alarmism than Thunberg,” Outkick reported.

“She receives an exceptional amount of attention, even speaking at. U.N. Summit despite having no relevant expertise whatsoever,” it added.

Many are now blasting her former words, calling out her ridiculous end-of-the-world claims.

“Make sure the entire world sees it”

“Greta Thunberg deleted this tweet because it exposes her for being a fraud. Make sure the entire world sees it,” Brigitte Gabriel tweeted.

If Thuberg’s tweet was accurate, our world would be doomed to end in just three months. The climate may need some help, as the East Palestine train derailment and other human problems add toxins that require cleaning, but a doomsday scenario does not seem to be in the near future due to pollutants.

Thunberg has instead recently focused on highlighting climate activists who are leading marches and protests. The world is not suddenly ending over climate issues, but activists are making life difficult in some locations over mass protests with no real goal.

The latest highlight of Thunberg’s deleted tweet shows yet another climate prediction that has come and gone with fulfillment. The need for a clean environment is real but the radical activism perspective repeatedly shows itself as false.