Pandemonium in Paris at ‘Climate Hustle’s’ sold-out gala premiere in Paris
On the red carpet in Paris
The historic Cinéma du Panthéon in Paris was sold out Monday night as CFACT held the gala, red-carpet world premiere for its highly anticipated new film, Climate Hustle.
Judging by the audience reaction, the phrase most heard was “par excellence!”
Breitbart columnist James Delingpole wrote, “Climate Hustle is dynamite – at least it will be to most viewers, especially younger ones – because what it says is so totally at odds with almost every documentary, TV programme and film that has ever been made on the subject of global warming.”
“Every person who has ever been exposed to the lies of An Inconvenient Truth should watch Climate Hustle immediately afterwards as an antidote.”
A raucous band of protesters showed up, including women dressed as coal miners who danced and sang, men dressed as howling spoons (we’re still figuring that one out) and the more usual band of drab and dreary leftists.
The film’s host, Marc Morano, pedaled up to the premiere in black tie on bicycle. He dismounted, joked, bantered and good-naturedly posed for pictures with the demonstrators. However, as the crowd swelled and the demonstrators became more raucous, French police arrived, cleared them out of the way and moved them across the street.