Former Vice President Al Gore, who hasn't been relevant for a very long time, is desperate to grab headlines regarding the fossil fuel industry.
According to Breitbart, Gore recently declared war, again, on the fossil fuel industry, saying oil companies are "using the atmosphere as an open sewer."
Gore went off the rails in a recent New York Times interview, accusing oil and energy companies of "digging and drilling and pumping up the fossilized remains of dead animals and plants and burning them in ways that use the atmosphere as an open sewer, threatening the future of humanity.”
Al Gore warned that fossil fuel interests are trying to co-opt the battle against climate change, noting at The New York Times’s Climate Forward event on Thursday that the UN had appointed a top oil executive to lead this year’s global climate talks. https://t.co/GPpjVZyzKz pic.twitter.com/UsMyFpU1ed
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 21, 2023
Fossil fuel industries, he said, “have portrayed themselves as the source of trusted advice that we need to solve this crisis,” but in reality they are responding to “powerful incentives” to keep the need for fossil fuels alive.
Of course, Gore won't bring up the growing scientific evidence that "climate change" isn't anything what the climate alarmists want it to be.
For example, August’s World Climate Declaration outright denied the idea that a "climate emergency" exists.
"The geological archive reveals that Earth’s climate has varied as long as the planet has existed, with natural cold and warm phases," the Declaration states. "The Little Ice Age ended as recently as 1850. Therefore, it is no surprise that we now are experiencing a period of warming."
Gore was roundly ridiculed across social media for his recent statements.
In 1948, when Al Gore was born, the Earth had 130,000 glaciers.
Today, just 75 years later, only 130,000 glaciers remain.
How will the world survive??? 😂 pic.twitter.com/98UrQjAgB9
— Proud Elephant 🇺🇸🦅 (@ProudElephantUS) September 18, 2023
Gore has also been criticized for his climate hypocrisy, often seen skirting the glob in a private jet, which pumps out tons of pollution per trip.
In 2008, the former vice president predicted "the entire North polar ice cap may well be completely gone in five years."
That claim, among many others, was hilariously false, as 2013 came and went, and, you guessed it, the North polar ice cap is doing just fine.
Gore, and others like him, have grifted off of the "climate change" hoax for decades now, and sadly, many still buy it.
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