Liberal media outlets fixated on former Republican Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe’s views on climate change in obituaries following his death on Tuesday.

Inhofe died at the age of 89 after reportedly falling unexpectedly ill over the holiday. A variety of news agencies –including The New York Times, Politico and the Associated Press – referred to the late-senator’s stance on climate change in their headlines.

The NYT’s headline read “James M. Inhofe, Senator Who Denied Climate Change, Dies at 89.” It further referred to him as “arguably Washington’s most prominent denier of the established science of human-generated climate change.”

Politico originally ran the headline “Former Sen. Jim Inhofe, who called climate change a ‘hoax,’ dead at 89,” according to screenshots posted to X, formerly Twitter. The current headline, however, refers to Inhofe’s Senate career as being “marked by fight against climate science,” and the article describes him as “a proud critic of the overwhelming scientific consensus on human-caused climate change.” […]

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