Al Gore at U.N. Climate Conference, December 12, 2008, Poznan, Poland
Photo Credit: Reuters
Fox News' Redeye, hosted by Gregg Gutfeld, interviewed John Coleman, the weather channel founder, about global warming and climate change, and the extremes of the global warming fraud. Coleman makes it clear that he is "green," - is definitely an environmentalist, but that the hysteria over CO2 emissions is unfounded and inaccurately documented.
So, what's the lawsuit all about? Coleman says that 30,000 scientists, 9,000 of them PhD's, have attempted to get a debate going with the advocates of global warming but the reply is always: "the debate is over." According to Coleman, Fox News is the only channel to give the "other side" of the warming issue an interview. CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC - all refuse to allow Coleman and others with a viewpoint differing from Al Gore, airtime.
Readers: doesn't this infuriate you? It does me. Coleman says that since he cannot be heard anywhere else, maybe he can heard in a court of law.
Here's the video, thanks to Ft. Hard Knox, and author, Orlando. More summary below the video.
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Gutfeld asked how this non-issue became so lauded by so many. Coleman replied (paraphrasing) that Gore took a college course, got interested, became a U.S. Vice-President, the United Nations picked up on it, the media jumped on on-board, formed an advocacy group touted as "experts," and here we are. I will add that along the way, Gore realized that he could make a lot of money off of a supposed global warming scheme, formed a corporation, conjured up the sale of carbon credits, sells the carbon credits through his corporation and begins a new globe-trotting career.
Meanwhile, SENATOR JOHN KERRY believes that President Obama can skirt the U.S. Senate and join a U.N. pact, nevermind the lack of Senate legislation (Senator Inhofe - are you listening?):
It will be like the difference between night and day," Kerry, of Massachusetts, said of Obama's enthusiasm for action against climate change after what he said were eight years of inaction under President George W. Bush.Senator Kerry has avoided telling us that a U.N. tax is on the way for America. See:Defeat Obama's U.N. Global Poverty Act.
He told Reuters support in the United States for climate action was strong enough to let Obama sign up for emissions cuts under a U.N. pact to be agreed in Copenhagen in late 2009 even if the Senate had not by then agreed matching U.S. climate laws.
Will one of the first acts of President Obama be to negate our Congressional lawmaking and sign-on to a United Nations treaty?
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