I randomly caught Al Gore being interviewed on NPR on Friday night. I’m sure a lot of people heard that. The guy is about as interesting he’s ever been. Some of his phrasing while answering friendly questions was truely bizarre. Par for the course I guess.
He tried his hand at Cryptozoology but, he’s back to his first love.
I know Gore was on Anderson Cooper. Cooper didn’t give him a warm or sympathic interview. Mark Dice covered that. I think I saw a clip of him somewhere else too.
In the NPR interview, the man was still super-serial about fighting Global Warming. He said he updates his presentation everyday and even once had a three carousel slide show.
I mean what a fucking asshole, right?
All Gore would be nothing but a conspiracy theorist if he wasn’t at one time the Vice President.
Gore claims he has access to brand new satellites sort of like Alex Jones has all of the “White Papers” and Elite friends.
The man is certainly full of himself and most definitely a sociopath. Remember he invented the internet? Not only that, we all know NAFTA resulted in no jobs leaving the country for cheap labor in Mexico, just as predicted by Gore.
He’s getting pretty old and his face is looking pretty ruddy. I don’t know what his descent is but he looks like an ugly Italain with constipation. I hope he dies soon.
It seems like no one even knew his sequel for An Inconvenient Truth came out. On the movie posters, he was trying to get a hashtag going, #truthtopower. I’d be surprised if 50 people used that hashtag since the sequel came out on 7/2817. Most of the people who did use it are blacks or shitlibs tweeting to Whitey and Trump respectively.
Nobody saw this shit tier movie except for loons.
“An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” drew a lukewarm response from moviegoers, ranking 15th at the box office in its first weekend of wide release”
Lukewarm is being kind. Al Gore is basically a whining, nagging wet blanket. Bill Clinton probably just needed a boring loser for VP to help cover his sex swinging saxophone lifestyle.
“The sequel to Mr. Gore’s influential 2006 climate-change documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” has earned about $1 million since its limited release July 28”
The film is in full release now, as of 8/4/17. It got pretty mixed reviews across the top three movie review aggregator sites. In the two articles I’ve read though the narrative for why Gore’s film failed is as follows:
“In a Monday post headlined “Al Gore Gets Ripped Off Again,” he said Paramount had botched the nationwide release with its two-weekend platform strategy, instead of seizing on anti-Trump momentum to whip up enthusiasm with a splashy one-weekend launch.”
It wouldn’t have helped. Who is thinking about The Paris Accords?
Anyway, this “Climate Change” and “Global Warming” stuff is mostly bunk and it was largely debunked shortly after Gore’s first film.
It will be interesting to see Gore interviewed 10 years from now so we can see what he is occupying himself with.