Last Thursday, the Washington Times said that Al Gore is now claiming that Republicans are “privately” telling him they believe in the religious dogma known as the man-made global warming hoax.
“A lot of Republicans have shared with me privately their growing discomfort with the statements of some of the deniers in their ranks. Even though they’re not yet willing to come back to advocate constructive policies, there is definitely movement,” he said.
Gore even made a reference to the biblical book of Revelation, the Times said:
Adding that he’s noticed a shift more at the local level than the national, Mr. Gore said he sees “the biggest shift of all in the business community.”
“Every night on the news, it’s like a nature hike through the book of revelations,” he said. “People are noticing this. And simultaneously they’re noticing the sharp drop in the cost of carbon-free, greenhouse gas-free energy, and the combination is pushing us over this political tipping point and the trend is unstoppable.”
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