Morano: Arnold would have to sue himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger is probably one of the most oil-intensive human beings on the planet, owning a Humvee and commuting daily to his work on a private jet and he also threatened climate skeptics. He wanted to strap their mouths to a tailpipe to make them understand that carbon dioxide is a pollutant. Well, first of all, that is carbon monoxide. But the Terminator wants to terminate climate skeptics. He has no authority to speak. He wanted people to air dry clothes to stop "global warming" and there were no reports of clothes hanging at the governor’s mansion or one of his many homes floating in the wind.
Four years after backlash shut down the original staging of the play, David Finnigan's Kill Climate Deniers has now opened in Sydney. In 2014, Finnigan was commissioned by Canberra's Aspen Island Theatre Company to write a play that explored climate change and Australian politics. He called the play Kill Climate Deniers, and was given a $19,000 grant from the ACT Government to develop it.
Washington Times: Climate-change film fails to repeat success of ‘Inconvenient Truth’
“Even Hollywood could not give Gore’s climate turkey sequel a mention at the Oscars,” said Climate Depot’s Marc Morano, author of “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change,” slated for release Feb. 26 by Regnery. “When a politically correct film like Gore’s is dissed, it means it was below even minimal entertainment standards,” he said in an email. “Gore’s dismal sequel did the impossible, it made Hollywood turn a blind eye to climate change issue!” The snub capped a somewhat disastrous year for Hollywood films with climate-change themes such as “Downsizing” and “Blade Runner 2049,” which flopped at the box office.