TEN YEARS AGO Al Gore Said We Had Only Ten Years To Save The Planet From Global Warming
Rush Limbaugh has been keeping track of Al Gore’s fraudulent claim about global warming for a decade. Here we are ten years later and there hasn’t been an eco-armageddon.
Kerry Picket reports at The Daily Caller:
Limbaugh’s Al Gore Armageddon Clock About To Hit Zero After Ten Years
Former Vice President Al Gore made a prediction for the earth’s point of no return 10 years ago and talk radio host Rush Limbaugh held him to it since that day in 2006.
The countdown clock on Limbaugh’s site has been running for nearly 10 years since Gore’s apocalyptic prediction about the earth as a result of greenhouse emissions. Less than a month remains in the countdown.
Gore predicted, when his film “An Inconvenient Truth” was first released at the Sundance Film Festival, that the earth would be in “a true planetary emergency” within the next ten years unless drastic action was taken to reduce greenhouse gases.
CBS News reported at the time that Gore’s film predicted the worst-case scenarios would be a new ice age in Europe, massive floods in China, India, and other areas. Gore described himself as a “recovering politician” to the Sundance audience at the time and that he “benefits from low expectations.”
Here’s one thing that has happened in the last ten years…
Al Gore has become a multi-millionaire by talking about climate change.
That’s kinda funny, huh?