Morano: ‘It’s been a lot of ups and downs for Al Gore – mostly downs – since 2006’
Climate Depot‘s Marc Morano, a skeptic of catastrophic man-made climate change (a.k.a., “global warming”), doesn’t buy that Paramount is to blame.
“It’s hard to believe that Paramount Pictures, which did Gore’s first film as well, would not be behind this movie,” explains Morano. “I think it’s funny that the liberals, who are all into Al Gore, [their] first instinct is [to think] Something must be wrong, this is sabotage – why wouldn’t the theaters be filled up? They were all excited [and can’t figure out] why everyone else wouldn’t be excited to go see it.”
Morano sees this film’s performance as another in a series of disappointments for Gore.
“He tried his 24 hours of ‘Climate Reality,’ which bombed online; and he tried his Live Earth concerts in recent years,” he continues. “His high point was 2006 with the film [An Inconvenient Truth] … and then he thought his next high point was him lobbying to get the Paris agreement done, and then Donald Trump pulls us out of that. So it’s been a lot of ups and downs for Al Gore – mostly downs – since 2006.”
Morano has his own film, Climate Hustle, which seeks to debunk or downplay concerns of man-made climate change.