Climate huckster Al Gore, Democrat President Bill Clinton’s former Vice President, whose mansion consumes 34 times more electricity than your average American home, was utterly embarrassed during a CNN Town Hall held on his behalf on Tuesday when a lifelong resident of Tangier Island, a crab fisherman who is also the tiny town’s mayor, told Gore that his outlandish predictions about a massive rise in the sea level because of so-called man-made climate change have not happened and that natural erosion is the cause of the islands declining land mass.
“I’m a commercial crabber and I’ve been working the Chesapeake Bay for 50-plus years,” Tangier Island Mayor James Eskridge told Al Gore. “And I have a crab house business out on the water and the water level is the same as it was when the place was built in 1970,” he revealed.
Al Gore, perhaps the greatest con man in world history considering the hundreds of millions of dollars he’s pocketed as an evangelist for the one-world government climate change scam, looked dumbfounded, and couldn’t explain why the sea levels weren’t rising, other than to go on another diatribe about “scientists,” whose dire predictions have utterly failed, have some real doom and gloom predicted down the pike.
But as the New American reported, Gore’s own apocalyptic predictions have already dramatically failed:
In 2007, 2008, and 2009, Al Gore, a man who has made a fortune pushing warmist ideology, publicly warned that the North Pole would be “ice-free” in the summer by around 2013 due to AGW. “The North Polar ice cap is falling off a cliff,” Gore said in 2007. “It could be completely gone in summer in as little as seven years. Seven years from now.” Speaking to an audience in Germany six years ago, Gore alleged that “the entire North Polarized [sic] cap will disappear in five years.” “Five years,” Gore emphasized, is “the period of time during which it is now expected to disappear.”
CNN gladly gave Gore free time to pimp his new fake documentary “An Inconvenient Sequel” since his earlier documentary has been thoroughly debunked.