'You're still alive?': Ben Stein gets torched online for trashing Houston-born Beyonce's Harvey message
Beyoncé Knowles and former game show host Ben Stein (composite image)

This week, pop icon Beyoncé Knowles added her voice to those calling for attention to climate change in the wake of two huge hurricanes that struck the United States, including the cataclysmic flooding that struck Houston, TX -- the city where she was born.


“The effects of climate change are playing out around the world every day," she said. "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.”

Former "Win Ben Stein's Money" host and ex-aide to President Richard Nixon Ben Stein appeared on Fox News on Saturday to attack the former Destiny's Child front-woman for being a celebrity dabbling in politics.

"We don't need Beyoncé lecturing us on climate change," Stein fumed. "We don't need Beyoncé lecturing us on racism."

Stein -- a former actor and, arguably, a kind of celebrity -- went on to opine that Trump is "the least racist president ever," showing that he can dabble in politics with the best.

Twitter let him have it.