Morano: "Bannon served as Trump's ear to the grass roots and helped him battle the inevitable forces of the Washington establishment that pressure every president to back away from campaign promises that DC insiders are uncomfortable with."
Bannon departure will leave a void at the White House that will likely be filled "by someone more accommodating to the DC Establishment. And that is bad news for climate skeptics. He will be missed."
The sequel to 2006’s “An Inconvenient Truth” also fell from 15th to 18th in its second weekend of wide release on the box-office list, prompting critic Roger Friedman to declare that the film has been “a box office dud so far.”
Wash Times Features Climate Depot: Climate skeptics have gleefully chronicled the tepid audience reaction, arguing that it comes as evidence that the public remains leery of the catastrophic-climate scenarios peddled by the Democrat Gore. Climate Depot dubbed the film “a box office bomb,” while audiences on Rotten Tomatoes gave it a low 47 percent approval rating.
Watch: Morano on One America News TV: On 'Leaked' Federal Climate Report - One America News TV - 'Tipping Point' show - Broadcast August 11, 2017
"This is pre-determined science. If you are reading this report and you say: 'This sounds like a press release by environmental groups' -- that's because it is! The lead authors are activists with environmental group Union of Concerned Scientists."
"The government is paying our National Academy of Sciences (NAS) to come up with alarming report with a bunch of scary climate computer models. (NAS is almost entirely dependent on federal funding).
The lead authors of this report Donald Wuebbles and Katharine Hayhoe, have come out and said every storm is now impacted by global warming. It is a political report masquerading as science. We knew what it was going to say before it was issued and it has been available for months, it was not 'leaked.'"
Marc Morano on 'The Brett Winterble Show' on Newsmax TV - Broadcast August 10, 2017 - Interview begins around 1 hour into.
Morano on Gore's sequel: "I went on a Saturday night, there were only 12 other people in the theater to watch Gore's film.
"Gore shows emotional videos of flood rescues and other extreme weather and implies it's all our fault -- we are causing people to die."
"The weather is going to come for you unless we support the most expensive treaty in world history, the UN Paris climate pact. The movie has a happy ending because Donald Trump tosses out all of Al Gore's hard work and the UN pact is tossed into the dustbin of history."
Climate activists set 2029 for big 'Crimes against Humanity' trials of skeptics
"Sentenced to death for the critical roles they played in retarding any meaning action to mitigate climate change in the United States were as follows.
Sen. James Inhofe, Marc Morano (CFACT), Chris Horner (CEI), Myron Ebell (CEI), Steve Milloy (CEI), Patric Michaels (Cato Institute), Bjorn Lomborg (CCC), Matt Ridley (CWPF)(sic), Christopher Monckton, Fred Singer, Roy Spenser (sic)."
Limbaugh: "Hollywood leftist movie studio — which facilitated the production of this movie — is sabotaging it? You mean a Hollywood studio has decided it would rather harm Gore’s movie than make money — a Hollywood studio, which makes Algore’s entire movie career possible? What do we to believe, that some people at the studio all of a sudden realize that Algore is not a movie star and that his movies are not any good? So we’re gonna sabotage ’em to get rid of Gore? Is that what’s going on? That’s what they want us to believe? They simply can’t believe nobody would be interested. They can’t believe, after all this time and after all this propaganda — 30 years of it — that people wouldn’t be clamoring. They can’t understand it wouldn’t be number one at the box office. In their world, they see people lined up outside venues where Donald Trump is speaking; they don’t understand it and they get livid. And here comes Algore’s movie. Algore’s their response to Trump, of course."