Al Gore’s Documentary Bombs! An Emoji Toon Movie Makes 25 Times More!

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Al Gore’s sequel to his first climate hysteria movie has bombed at the box office, coming in 15th over the weekend.

His first movie,  “An Inconvenient Truth”, was highly lucrative though it was factually incorrect. This movie made a mere one million dollars.

The Emoji Movie

The Emoji Movie, a movie about emojis, which received one star from most reviewers, was dubbed an “embarrassment” by most critics. It made $25.65 million.

Gore’s first documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, predicted that unless we took “drastic measures” to reduce greenhouse gasses, the world would reach a “point of no return” in a mere ten years. He called it a “true planetary emergency.”

That was in 2006. Rush Limbaugh set a ten-year doomsday clock which he called Al Gore’s “armageddon” clock. It expired in January, 2016. We’re still here.

He has been asked about that big lie and has never given a coherent explanation.

He must be down to his last 300 million dollars because he decided to make another one of his horror flicks. People aren’t falling for it this time.

He flopped big time!

Fox News reported that Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” failed to resonate with many viewers.

The Washington Times reported Monday that the film, which is a follow-up to the 2006 Oscar-winning documentary “An Inconvenient Truth,” reached the 15th spot at the box office in its first weekend since being released on July 28.

Gore is the climate/carbon footprint hypocrite whose home uses 34 times more electricity than the average U.S. household. This is the same man who sold his TV station to the Qatar propaganda network, Al Jazeera. Qatar is fossil fuel nation.

Gore’s followers say he is right in general, despite making many mistakes.

Don’t expect his base to abandon him any time soon. He’s still their guru.

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  1. What more does he want?! His first movie won him a Fake Oscar and a Fake Nobel Prize.
    Sheesh, what an ingrate! ManBearPig, (minus the Bear).

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