“Al Gore has come out of hiding now that he may be sensing political victory on climate and energy policy based on the next presidential election,” Marc Morano, the founder of ClimateDepot.org, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
"We're looking at hundreds of theaters, hundreds of cities," says Morano. "The global warming comedy will make its debut. We're going to have special features involved in the movie, some surprises around the film, meaning there is going to be additional stuff besides the movie when you go to the theater event."..."It'll be playing in Tennessee, New York, California, whatever one of his multiple, high-carbon-footprint homes he's at, and he'll have the opportunity to see it," Morano says. "He should see it to find out what top scientists and Nobel Prize winners are saying about him. In fact, we actually feature a Nobel Prize-winning scientist, a physicist, in the film who says he's ashamed of the Nobel committee for awarding the prize to Al Gore."
Marc Morano, who runs the popular climate website Climate Depot, told the Washington Times that "the state officials' legal campaign against the oil-and-gas industry would have a chilling effect on free speech and scientific dissent." Morano noted that "Gore joined with attention-seeking attorneys general to essentially try to shut down any 'global warming' views that differ from the United Nations' or Gore's," said Morano in an email. "Agree or face investigations is the new normal for the climate debate." Morano, who co-wrote and stars in the documentary Climate Hustle that is being released for a one-day theatrical event May 2, says Al Gore is "frustrated that his message is still not resonating 10 years after his movie came out." Morano goes on to say that Gore "apparently has decided that anyone who disagrees with him on ‘global warming’ should face investigations, fines and penalties and be silenced."
Gore: 'We cannot continue to allow the fossil fuel industry or any industry to treat our atmosphere like an open sewer or mislead the public about the impact they have on the health of our people and the health of our planet.'
Attorney's General: The 'ongoing and potential investigations into whether fossil fuel companies misled investors and the public on the impact of climate change on their businesses.'