The Contrarian

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Al Gore

Is Al Gore Believable? Watch the Climax of his new film!

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore allegedly claimed that he invented the internet. Then he tried to scare the world into believing that imminent global disaster was at hand caused by global warming due to CO2 produced by humans.

The movie was “An Inconvenient Truth.” It was a journey into fake science.

That was in 2006, 11 years ago. Cities have not been destroyed by high tides, we are not melting away, the food supply is not withering and actually global temperatures have declined since then, especially if you factor out the largest cities where hot air from air conditioned buildings is blown out into the air.

He was on Chris Wallace’s program on June 4. He said something amazingly deceptive, even for him. He said ocean levels are rising so much that “fish are swimming in the streets” because of global warming. He said, ‘just two days ago this happened in Honolulu.”

Well, I was in Honolulu on those days. I know that for several weeks there was what is called a “King Tide.” Everyone knew it was coming. It’s higher than normal because of a planetary alignment with the sun and the moon.

It has nothing to do with ‘global warming.”

Doesn’t Al know this? Or does he know it, and he uses it as another “inconvenient” lie?

The internet has various place defining “King Tide:”  “an especially high tide event, when there is alignment of the gravitational pull between sun and moon.”

A sequel to his fairy tale movie, “An inconvenient truth,” is being aired now. It’s called, “An inconvenient Sequel.” How clever.

A website writes about the movie:

 “The climax of the film sees Al Gore riding through the streets of Paris, wheeling and dealing to get people on board for the agreement ahead of United Nations 2015 Climate Change Conference.”

That sounds so exciting. I can hardly wait. It didn’t say if he was riding on horseback to save fuel or in a gas guzzling limousine.

The website quotes Al Gore: “Removing the United States from the Paris Agreement is a reckless and indefensible action”, referring to President Trump pulling the US out of the Paris accord.

He didn’t mention that the Accord would cost the US an incredible $3 TRILLION over the years, while the earth’s biggest polluters such as India and China don’t have to do a thing for about 20 years.

Al Gore said: “It undermines America’s standing in the world and threatens to damage humanity’s ability to solve the climate crisis in time. But make no mistake: if President Trump won’t lead, the American people will,” he concluded.

Actually, president did exactly that, “lead.” He knew it would make him the target of all those who stand to make billions of dollars from the global warming scam. And the believers of this scam would go into the streets. That’s leadership, doing what’s important even when it is not “convenient.”

Neither did Al Gore mention that he has made millions from this fake theory which is ridiculed by many serious scientists.

On another TV program Al Gore mentioned that it is not true that he “owns” a private jet. He said he doesn’t own one. He didn’t say however, whether he leases one.

It’s like Clinton who said under oath, “it depends on what your definition of the word ‘is’ is.

Our view: Beware of those who twist words to deceive.