On the one hand science deniers at WUWT protest what they term "alarmism", in other words the warnings about what is likely to happen as global warming continues. On the other hand they get it all wrong and jump on things that either aren't predicted to happen or about which science is less certain.
For example, while the heat events and heavy rains expected with global warming are already happening and increasing, science deniers either ignore it or pretend it isn't real. Instead they build strawmen and talk about tornadoes and hurricanes (tropical cyclones to most of the world, by far the majority of science deniers live in the USA). The science isn't all in on whether these will increase or decrease. Some science suggests that tropical cyclones will increase over time, other studies suggest that they won't, but maybe they will get more intense or larger cyclones will increase. Tornadoes is another question altogether - to do with wind shear etc.
Today, Anthony Watts complains (archived here) that his neighbours on the east coast of the USA haven't been hit with hurricanes this year - the implied response he wants from his fans is that global warming isn't happening or if it is it's a good thing. Tropical storms are still hurting other people. But they don't live in the USA so they don't count.
Anthony avoids writing about the long drying out of his own neck of the woods, which is predicted by global warming. Or the current fire raging in Yosemite and the increase in wildfires in America's west over time.
Why does he avoid what is happening and build strawmen? Why does he point at squirrels while ignoring wildfires in his own backyard? Why does he continue to promote silly denialist rubbish? Because he doesn't like paying tax - or that's the reason he gives anyway. It's a strange reason for building strawmen and denying science, but there you go.