FRAUD Al Gore To Tapper: I Live A “Carbon-Free Lifestyle.”

Featured

FRAUD Al Gore To Tapper: I Live A “Carbon-Free Lifestyle.”

By  | 

This is the biggest whopper Al Gore has ever told: So now that AL Gore, the snake oil salesman has returned to the forefront of the media cycle to petition for $15 trillion — nearly the size of the entire U.S. economy — as an donation to the crazed church of global warming, he’s now come out this last Sunday on CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper to talk about President Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the do-nothing Paris Climate Agreement — A plan for globalist to redistribute Americas wealth into other countries pockets.

Al Gore is such a piece of trash, that this global warming cultist duped people into buying into his fraud in order to get filthy rich. The guy sold his horrible network which centered around the environment – Current TV – and got $100 million out of it…

Of course it was oil money from the Emir of Qatar, who funded the now defunct Arab news channel Al-Jazeera. Not a big deal though, right liberals? Well how about this:

gore2

Gore with a straight face, proclaimed to Tapper that he lives a “carbon-free lifestyle.”

CNN’s JAKE TAPPER: “This is a criticism we hear from conservatives all the time when talking about people like you or Elon Musk or Leonardo DiCaprio, that you, yourself, have a large carbon footprint.”

THE CHARLATAN, AL GORE: “Yes. Well, I don’t have a private jet. And what carbon emissions come from my trips on Southwest Airlines are offset. I live a carbon-free lifestyle, to the maximum extent possible.”

When you watch the video, you will see that the push-back or follow up from Tapper is virtually nonexistent. But I ask a simple question.

Why?

Out of every interviewee that comes on these supposed journalistic shows, Al Gore is the only one I can think of that consistently NEVER gets correct for say bald face lies. The evidence to prove this charlatan wrong is out there. But no one has ever called him out in front of his face, then followed up with the truth.

Handily, like the cowardly snake that he is, he will never take an interview with anyone that could potentially call him out on his “facts”. So basically any interview you watch will add up to being just an convenient infomercial for global warming.

Now there’s an inconvenient truth.

Al Gore’s score on his predictions is abyssal, and yet, every lefty still views him as a superstar sage. A man that is ahead of his time. Someone that the world needs to look to for to be it’s global warming savior! And yet, he holds a whopping 100 percent failure record in all of his predictions.

I’m willing to say that this guy is borderline cult of personality materiel.

Conservative David French from National Review had to bring us back to the truth:

In January, 2006 — when promoting his Oscar-winning (yes, Oscar-winning) documentary, An Inconvenient Truth — Gore declared that unless we took “drastic measures” to reduce greenhouse gasses, the world would reach a “point of no return” in a mere ten years. He called it a “true planetary emergency.” Well, the ten years passed today, we’re still here, and the climate activists have postponed the apocalypse. Again.

Gore’s prediction fits right in with the rest of his comrades in the wild-eyed environmentalist movement. There’s a veritable online cottage industry cataloguing hysterical, failed predictions of environmentalist catastrophe. Over at the American Enterprise Institute, Mark Perry keeps his list of “18 spectacularly wrong apocalyptic predictions” made around the original Earth Day in 1970. Robert Tracinski at The Federalist has a nice list of “Seven big failed environmentalist predictions.” The Daily Caller’s “25 years of predicting the global warming ‘tipping point’” makes for amusing reading, including one declaration that we had mere “hours to act” to “avert a slow-motion tsunami.”
Worse than that, the climate hucksters and global warming frauds have a documented record of being wrong about nearly everything, yet they still insist that you “believe.”

You can’t put it any better than this: People! You are being duped! Stop acting like a bunch of idiots and get your heads out of your asses!