Al Gore Cries About Trump Leaving Paris Climate Agreement and OMG is it Funny!

When Al Gore failed at politics (and after some pouting and screaming), he resurfaced as a lunatic environmentalist.

So you can be sure that he was not the biggest fan of Trump’s decision to ditch the Paris Climate Agreement.

In fact it was a little more than disagreement, Gore believes the President is putting the whole planet in danger.

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“Removing the United States from the Paris Agreement is a reckless and indefensible action. It undermines America’s standing in the world and threatens to damage humanity’s ability to solve the climate crisis in time. But make no mistake: if President Trump won’t lead, the American people will.”

This prediction we tell you, is based on some of the highest form of crack research you can find! Now if that’s not saying reliable, well then…you’re probably right…

Alex Pappas from The Washington Examiner notes that in 2006, Gore was running around, screaming that we only had ten years to save the Earth before it became uninhabitable.

That was 11 years ago. We are still here, and it looks like we are staying for awhile. Oops. Better luck next time.

Gore wasn’t done, though. He had one final thing to say:

“We are in the middle of a clean energy revolution that no single person or group can stop.”

…So why are you freaking out? If Trump’s actions will do nothing to impact the advancement of green energy, then the planet isn’t in danger. Hooray! We are saved!

But wait, then why even have the Paris Agreement if nothing will stop the “clean energy revolution”? A bunch of world leaders sitting around is still a group, and Gore said himself they aren’t going to change the development of clean energy.

Poor Gore, maybe the “global warming” has fried his senses.


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