B) You should do some reading on occasion, it might do you some good. There is a limit to expansion of some of these invasive species based upon the length and severity of winters.
A severe winter helps to control gypsy moth infestations. A mild winter allows their range to increase. Ergo, global warming allows that particular invasive species to increase its range or shrink its range based upon the climate limits the insect has. Basic science education is a must.
The emerald ash borer may have a similar range inhibitor or it may have another limit, when all the ash trees are gone.
Zebra muscles? May or may not have a range inhibitor, but warmer climates will NOT limit its range. A warmer climate will also allow an expansion of other invasive species northward, such as africanized bees.
There are more, like Kudzu (doesn't grow well in northern climates), that could be put on this list. Hiding behind a label like "Invasive Species" does not change the underlying science of climate.