Al Gore Won’t Rule Out 2016 Run for President
If you think Washington is scary now, consider this: Al Gore is not ruling out a 2016 run for president.
Al Gore 2000 was awful, proving himself willing to divide the country and put it through hell during his attempt to sue his way into the White House. Al Gore 2016 would be many times worse. He would be a single-issue president, and that issue would be the total destruction of the economy in the name of the debunked global warming hoax.
A fawning interview by the libs at Politico reminds us that true believer moonbats still think not only that global warming exists, but that it is an urgent crisis, worthy of drastic sacrifices in terms of wealth and freedom — never mind that so far 2014 has been the third-coldest year in US history despite carbon levels climbing higher than ever.
Even among the lefty Kool-Aid set, Gore is a pioneer charting new territory on the far side of the lunatic fringe. Astonishingly, he shrieks that the liberal media, which has hysterically promoted his hoax at every turn, is in league with “the carbon polluter lobby” and “anti-statist right-wing ideological groups.”
His agenda in his own words:
“I want to catalyze the emergence of a solution to the climate crisis as quickly as possible. Period.”
The supposed solution to this imaginary crisis would inevitably entail a centralized Soviet-style economy and the reduction of our standard of living to Soviet if not medieval levels. Incidentally, it would make our rulers as powerful as the global warming hoax has made Al Gore rich. Largely thanks to his exploitation of the climate hoax, he is worth well over $200 million. There is nothing more for him to want now but power.
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