In a recent episode of “The View,” one of the anchors, Sunny Hostin, decided that former Vice President Al Gore's movie, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” was clear evidence for climate change.
“I saw Al Gore’s newest movie, I think it’s ‘The Inconsequential Truth.”
It makes the case that there is a tie between what we’ve been doing to our environment and these superstorms.
I hope people go out and look at it because it’s been his life’s work, and I believe him.”
Ironically, just days after Al Gore released his book to go with his movie, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” a climatologist released an e-book titled “An Inconvenient Deception,” which debunked Gore's theories and even outsold him in sales.
The book tells its readers “how Al Gore distorts climate science and energy policy.” The author of the book, Roy Spencer, told The Daily Caller News Foundation, "There are three big weaknesses in Gore’s new movie: science, economics, and energy policy.”
These three “weaknesses” happen to be what the entire movie is based on.