Al Gore Says President Trump Should 'Resign' Because of Climate Change


Failed Democratic presidential nominee Al Gore is still talking. Slowly, but he’s still talking. Because even though his past global warming/climate change “predictions” have been mostly proven false, Gore still thinks a lot of us give weight to his opinion.

We don’t.

Gore spoke with Fox 11 - Los Angeles’ Elex Michaelson recently for an interview that will air on September 7, a clip of which was published by Michaelson on his YouTube channel Thursday with the headline, “Al Gore to Donald Trump: ‘Resign!’

You got that right! Gore said that President Trump should resign, because he doesn’t think the president is “prepared” to listen to and talk about the “importance of clean air and clean water.”

“My only message would be resign,” Gore said flippantly. “I don’t mean to be flippant about it. I don’t think [Trump] is prepared to listen to advice about the importance of clean air and clean water.”

Are these people out of their minds? Who doesn’t want “clean air” and “clean water?” I think Gore was trying to appeal to people of a more gullible nature by being specific instead of just saying “climate change.”

While even Left-leaning publications put the “science” of Gore’s 2006 documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” in question, the sequel — “An Inconvenient Sequel” — has also been called out by climate scientists for “false claims” and “erroneous information.”

So, don’t put any credence into Gore’s suggestion to Trump about resigning. It doesn’t hold much weight, much like a lot of Gore’s claims in his documentaries.

For the full clip of the upcoming interview with Gore, watch below:


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