Recently another newspaper reporter tried to discredit Climategate by claiming I was unqualified to write the book because I did not have an advanced degree in “climate science.”
“You were just a TV Meteorologist,” the reporter whined.
I quickly responded, “That’s as ridiculous as claiming you can’t really understand the Constitution unless you’re a Constitutional law professor.” I continued by explaining all one needs to see through the global warming scam is a rudimentary understanding of science, a decent grasp of mathematics, respect for the scientific method, and the willingness to engage in a little research. Together, those attributes will allow anyone to see that the theory of anthropogenic global warming is about as sturdy as a two-legged stool.
And then I chucked a big wrench into the works.
“And by the way, Al Gore, the primary spokesperson for manmade global warming—he barely made it through Harvard, and flunked out of divinity school. And what credentials does he have to make such bold climate predictions?”
“Well,” the reporter replied, “Al Gore is certainly one of the spokespersons.”
“No,” I interjected. “Not one of—he is the spokesperson. Gore has the Oscar, the Nobel, the millions of dollars. If you’re going to diminish my credentials, what about global warming’s poster boy?”
The interview soon concluded.
Here’s my point: Climategate is an investigation into the fraud that is the environmental movement. This is a book that should have been written by the New York Times or the Washington Post. I wrote it because I despise lies and deception. I wrote it because this may be our last chance to stop leftist politicians and activists from inserting the desires of the United Nation’s into the laws of the United States. What I do in Climategate is connect dots and pull no punches.
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