HYPOCRISY: Al Gore’s Massive Electric Bill Shows He Doesn’t Really Believe In Global Warming
While Gore continues to make huge amounts of cash from preaching impending doom to planet earth, his private life shows he doesn’t really believe in a word he says – are we really surprised?
A study published by the National Center for Public Policy Research found that former Vice President Al Gore’s home used 21 times the national average of electricity in the past year alone.
“It makes you wonder if he actually believes what he’s saying,” said the author of the study, Drew Johnson, during an interview on Tucker Carlson Tonight. Johnson continues, “This is a guy who has not only this home that burns more electricity in one year than the average American burns in their home in 21 years, but he also has two other homes on top of it. And here’s a guy whose basically exploited concerns about the environment to make $300 million and win the Nobel prize. It makes you wonder what his real agenda is.”
Johnson, as reported by The Daily Caller, revealed more troubling data:
- At his Nashville home, Gore “consumed 230,889 kilowatt hours (kWh)… A typical family uses an average of 10,812 kWh of electricity per year.”
- Gore used “30,993 kWh of electricity” last September, “enough to power 34 average American homes for a month.”
- His outdoor swimming pool uses more electricity in 12 months “than six typical homes use in a year.”
This study came out days after Gore’s sequel to his 2006 “An Inconvenient Truth” began to play on movie theatre screens.
Usually, if a person legitimately believes in something, their actions will prove that to be the case. It is quite clear that Al Gore sees global warming as a way to make a profit and is not very concerned about it at all.
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