Gore in 2018: "Speaking at a memorial to the victims of lynching, the former vice-president warned of the disproportionate impacts of global warming"
Gore in 2014: Al Gore advocated “fertility management” to reduce the number of Africans and help mitigate climate change. Gore made his remarks alongside of Bill Gates at a World Economic Forum. The former vice president explained that “making fertility management ubiquitously available” is “crucial” to reduce resource use. “Africa is projected to have more people than China and India by mid-century—more than China and India combined by end of the century. and this is one of the causal factors that must be addressed," Gore warned.
Al Gore’s “Fertility Management” Pitch, in a Nutshell: A wealthy white Western politician is telling the world that there are going to be far too many black people in Africa.
Morano: "The book has been ranked and Amazon bestseller. It's actually in its third printing and it's been sold out for a while at Walmart and Amazon. But now it's back in stock. I just presented it to the EPA chief this week."
Morano on EPA Chief Scott Pruitt: Begins at 31:27: 'You see the attacks Trump's under with all the daily attacks on his EPA chief Scott Pruitt. Pruitt has committed heresy in Washington. He's done what no other Republican EPA chief has done and I'll repeat that Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump's EPA chief -- has done what no other Republican EPA chief had done. He's stood up to the climate change establishment. George W. Bush appointees didn't do it. George H.W. Bush's appointees did not do it. Pruitt had done it and they are going after him. They are trying to get rid of Pruitt because he had the audacity to try to actually fulfill Donald Trump's campaign promises on climate which they cannot fathom in Washington.'
Morano on EPA chief Pruitt: "Trump's pick of Pruitt is the most offensive thing that Trump has done in Washington to the climate agenda. The global warming establishment and media are beside themselves."
In 2017, the case for polar bear alarm has grown so weak that it appeared even climate activists were finally abandoning the animal as an icon for their cause. “There have been no new reports of falling polar bear numbers, and images of fat, healthy polar bears abound,” paleozoologist Susan Crockford noted. “A number of recent climate change reports even failed to mention polar bears in their discussion of Arctic sea ice decline...Crockford, “Even Al Gore seems to have forgotten to include the plight of polar bears in his newest climate change movie. The polar bear played a prominent role in his 2007 documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, the polar bear example was left out of [2017’s] An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. It doesn’t even get a mention. After years of campaigners’ and researchers’ claims that populations were in terminal decline, the ‘canary in the coal mine’ has been retired.”
Marc Morano, editor of the popular ClimateDepot blog and author of "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change," notes that "science is not supposed to have a politically predetermined outcome pushed by ideology and politics. This new nitrogen study is but one example of consensus science being overturned. The global warming science establishment should now be open to similar studies and dissenting voices on CO2 to overturn the alleged climate change consensus."
Morano Fox Business - Varney & Co. - Stuart Varney - April 3, 2018:
Morano: 'Nameless, faceless bureaucrats in California to dictate car policy'
'It’s probably one of the best arguments for secession of California. For far too long, they’ve been regulating industry and making it to their whims and dictates and forcing the rest of the country to go along with them. And SUV sales, by the way, are now one-third of all cars in the world, they’ve tripled in the last ten years. Not only Americans like bigger, safer cars, but the rest of the world is discovering them too. So these are bureaucrats trying to regulate their ideology on people based on climate change, ultimately.
'The Trump Administration is trying to stop the regulatory nuts in California from controlling the auto industry.'
'This is the first administration that’s directly challenging the tyranny of California, which is one of the most overregulated states coming out and setting federal auto policy for years now. And California doesn’t want to give up this role.'