Listening to John Kerry and Al Gore is as much fun as sticking pine cones down one’s drawers. However, we’d be remiss if we didn’t share their latest ramblings on the now, blissfully aborted Paris combat change deal.
Think OJ Simpson and book of revelations.
In an interview on “Meet The Press,” former secretary of state John Kerry, also known as Hanoi John, compared Trump’s pledge to “see if we can make a deal that’s fair,” to OJ Simpson’s famous 1995 pledge to find the person who killed Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. The idea being no one thought OJ innocent.
“He’s going to go out and find a better deal?” Kerry said. “That’s like OJ Simpson saying he’s going to go find the real killer. Everybody knows he isn’t going to do that because he doesn’t believe in it. Because if he did believe in it he wouldn’t pull out of Paris. American has ceded global leadership on this issue.”
On ABC’s This Week, George Stephanopoulos asked Al Gore, “So, does it really make all that much difference, then, if the United States pulls out of Paris climate accord. Remember back, you know, the United States under George W. Bush pulled out of Kyoto, yet the innovation continued after that.”
The climate hysteric and very pompous Al said the weather reports are like strolling through the book of revelation.
“Well, we lost a lot of time when the U.S. did not join the rest of the world community then. And while it is true that we have the sustainability revolution underway, and it’s very exciting, it has the magnitude of the industrial revolution but the speed of the digital revolution. But we’re still not changing fast enough, because it’s not just the scientific community warning us now, it’s mother nature. Every night on the TV news is like a nature hike through the book of revelation.”