WATCH: Climate Alarmist Al Gore Goes On Unhinged Rant At World Economic Forum

WATCH: Climate Alarmist Al Gore Goes On Unhinged Rant At World Economic Forum

Former Vice President-turned climate change alarmist (and hypocrite) Al Gore engaged in an unhinged rant this week while attending the World Economic Forum, to which he traveled using a private jet, like most other attendees.

Gore, who famously lost to then-GOP presidential nominee George W. Bush in 2000 after serving as Bill Clinton’s VP for eight years, claimed during his rant that carbon emissions are raising the temperature of the troposphere, the part of Earth’s atmosphere that contains oxygen, to an unsustainable level. He also said that increased emissions were tied to extreme weather events and the ‘boiling’ of oceans.

“We’re still putting 162 million tons into it every single day, and the accumulated amount is now trapping as much extra heat as would be released by 600,000 Hiroshima-class atomic bombs exploding every single day on the Earth,” he said. “That’s what’s boiling the oceans, creating these atmospheric rivers, and the rain bombs, and sucking the moisture out of the land, and creating the droughts, and melting the ice, and raising the sea level, and causing these waves of climate refugees predicted to reach one billion in this century.”

“We are not winning. The crisis is still getting worse faster than we are deploying these solutions, and we need to make changes quickly,” Gore railed. “Emissions are still going up. All these promises of the last few years to cut emissions, emissions are still going up. When are we going to bring these emissions down?”

The Daily Wire noted further:

Gore, who served during the administration of former President Bill Clinton, also condemned the purported detainment of Greta Thunberg after she and other activists protested the expansion of a coal mine in Germany. The 20-year-old was initially photographed smiling as German police picked her up and carried her away; video later emerged showing the police effectively allowing the media to take pictures and film Thunberg before they removed her from the area, sparking accusations that the detainment was a publicity stunt.

“We’ve heard about divides at this conference between the north and south, and the east and west. There’s another divide, increasingly, between those who are old enough to be in positions of power and the young people of this world. Greta Thunberg was just arrested in Germany. I agree with her efforts to stop that coal mine,” Gore continued. “Young people around the world are looking at what we’re doing.”


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