Climate Depot's undercover agent caught up with Gore on Saturday January 21 at Sundance film festival in the late afternoon while Gore was exiting a private party at the Zoom restaurant in Park City Utah. Gore was trudging through the snow to his oversized Chevy Suburban SUV, when the undercover agent asked an inconvenient question of Gore.
Question: "Hey Al, I just saw [your sequel] 'Inconvenient'."
Gore: "Oh great, thank you!"
Question: "My friends make fun of me about the 10-year tipping point, what do I tell them?"
Gore: "Well, we gotta keep working." Gore then gives a momentary stare and then ignores the question and enters his "Executive Car Service" Chevy Suburban and departs on the snowy street.
A cheerful Gore waves as he exits...But moments later Gore seems startled that he is asked about his 10-year tipping point warning from 2006.
Weather Channel Founder John Coleman Predicts Al Gore’s ‘An Inconvenient Sequel’, Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, Will Be Another ‘Scientific Monstrosity’
Coleman: 'Thousands of scientists have debunked the horrid science fiction in his first film, ‘An Inconvenient Truth.' Gore keeps making billions and mis-educating millions and the media keeps spreading wild science-fiction claims on a daily basis.
Some hard-line deniers of the overwhelming scientific evidence for climate change have said they, too, were uncomfortable with Mr. Tillerson's positions on climate change, fearing he may be too soft. Marc Morano, publisher of the site Climate Depot, said that at first he had reservations, but that he was now confident Mr. Tillerson would act in accord with Mr. Trump's stated views on climate change. "A deeper examination of Tillerson," he said, "reveals a man who is not going to be a friend of the climate-change movement."
But it's that EPA pick that most reveals where Trump is headed. And he's not headed into the trap into which Christie fell as New Jersey governor, at least not according to one conservative Republican.
The publisher of Climate Depot - a website that is either "realist" or "denialist" depending on your politics - pronounced it "refreshing that a Republican President is not throwing the EPA over to the green activists and the media by appointing a weak administrator. Christine Todd Whitman he is not."