During the 1992 presidential campaign when Al Gore was Bill Clinton’s running mate, then President George H. W. Bush referred to then Tennessee Senator Al Gore as Mr. Ozone Bozo Man. A recent statement made by Gore during an interview on NBC‘s ‘Meet The Press’ proves Bush’s description of Gore perfectly. In it, Gore said people who do not subscribe to or even deny the so-called consensus on man-made climate change as climate deniers and equated them as on par with wanting to murder children using the tragic school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas as an example.
It is hard to take Gore seriously when he has such a huge carbon footprint, and, despite warnings of sea level rise, not only owns a beach-front mansion in Montecito, California, but also makes millions of dollars selling green indulgences. Al Gore’s making this claim is actually a sign of desperation. If political ideologues, like Gore, can’t make their case rationally, they resort to slander. Here is Gore’s reaction when confronted about the predictions he made in his movie: