Al Gore Goes On Angry Rant About Greta Thunberg

( )- According to reports, Al Gore ranted about climate change at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, and condemned Greta Thunberg’s alleged detention.

At the conference, the former Democrat Presidential candidate railed against carbon emissions for raising troposphere temperatures to unsustainable levels. He linked alleged extreme weather and ocean boiling to increased emissions.

Gore melodramatically claimed there are 162 million tons of carbon going into the atmosphere every day, and the accumulated amount is now trapping as much extra heat as would be released by 600,000 Hiroshima-class atomic bombs exploding every day on Earth.

He claimed that’s what’s boiling the oceans, creating these atmospheric rivers and rain bombs, sucking the moisture out of the land, creating droughts, melting the ice, raising the sea level, and causing these waves of climate refugees predicted to reach one billion in this century.

Gore is ‘sucking the moisture’ out of truth with his claims.

Gore also repeated his claim that World Bank President David Malpass, a Trump appointee, is a “climate denier” who lacks environmental zeal. Last year’s accusation followed rumors that President Joe Biden would choose Gore as the next IMF head.

Reports show Al Gore condemned Greta Thunberg’s purported detention after she and other activists protested a German coal mine expansion.

The 20-year-old was initially photographed smiling as German police picked her up and carried her away, but video later showed the police allowing the media to take pictures and film Thunberg before they removed her, sparking accusations that the detainment was a publicity stunt.

Even as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine chokes energy supplies, climate policy has dominated this year’s World Economic Forum. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen stated that Europe will always stand with the Ukrainian people and that policymakers would still strive to reach net zero carbon emissions despite energy shortages.

World Economic Forum Chair Klaus Schwab mentioned the “transition” to renewable energy in his opening address.  The German economist famously proposed a “Great Reset” of global economic and social systems during the lockdown-induced recession.

Is there a chance Schwab could ‘reset’ himself to become a decent and sane human being?