GLOBALIST HYPOCRITE: Al Gore Attacks Oil Sands As “Using The Sky As An Open Sewer”

As I reported yesterday, Al Gore is one of the worst environmental hypocrites of all time.

While he lectures the rest of us, his home (one of three that he owns), uses a gigantic amount of energy.

His heated pool alone uses 600% more energy than the average home.

In total, his house uses 34 times more energy than the regular home.

As noted by the National Center for Public Policy Research, “The home, which was built in 1915, contains 20 rooms – including five bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and two half-baths. Gore purchased the property, including the home and the surrounding 2.09 acre lot, in 2002 for $2.3 million.”

If Al Gore really wanted to have credibility, he would live in a small energy-efficient shack – the same kind of place his policies would force the rest of us to live in.

Instead, he’s arrogantly lecturing the world.

In a recent interview, Gore attacked the Canadian oil sands. After he was asked about the future development of the oil sands, he said “The world becomes steadily more aware of how dangerous it is to keep loading up the sky with this global warming pollution – using the sky as an open sewer. We can’t do that anymore.”

Al Gore also attacked Canadian energy companies in 2013, saying they were using Alberta as an “open sewer,” which seems to be a theme of his when attacking Canada.

Attacking the oil sands, praising his fellow globalist

While the hypocrite globalist fool Al Gore attacked the oil sands, he praised his fellow globalist Justin Trudeau for signing the Paris Accord. That’s no surprise. They share a desire to destroy working class and middle income jobs with their dangerous and deceitful utopian obsessions.

It’s a disgrace that Trudeau chooses to support hypocrite fools like Al Gore rather than stand up for Canadians.

In his ignorance and arrogance, Gore totally misses the fact that the oil sands have far better environmental and labour standards than other oil producing nations, not to mention that buying oil from Canada means supporting a free and democratic country, unlike oil from the undemocratic and oppressive gulf states like Saudi Arabia.

Instead of attacking the great Canadian oil sands, Al Gore should keep his mouth shut and get his own house in order.

Spencer Fernando


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