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Despite a United Nations intergovernmental panel implicitly stating that extreme weather events are not increasing, former Vice President Al Gore wasn’t convinced.

He then went on to endorse a penguin for Congress.

Yeah.

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A penguin.

From Daily Wire:

In a statement on the IPCC Climate Change report issued Monday, Gore insisted that the United Nations’ climate scientists have made their final proclamation on the subject of global warming — and the news is dire.

[…]

Gore’s statement also seems at odds with the U.N.’s own conclusions, which downplay an increased risk of extreme weather as connected to climate change, and the “world’s top scientists” actually suggested that the best approach to stemming global climate change was to “systematically disassemble capitalism,” rendering technological advancement a thing of the past.

But that’s not even the weirdest part of Gore’s most recent overture to the public, begging them to make climate change a priority in upcoming elections. In a video released Monday night, Gore made his long-awaited endorsements for Congress … and he endorsed a penguin.

More on the panel’s findings:

In a stunning implicit admission, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a scientific and intergovernmental body under the auspices of the United Nations that revels in trumpeting the dangers of climate change, revealed in a new report that not only is there little evidence that the incidence of extreme events such as drought, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes has increased globally, but the extreme events are little affected by greenhouse gases.

Despite the horrified proclamations from environmentalists that “Unprecedented action is needed,” and the IPCC’s own hysterical warning that government should implement “rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society,” there were some clear-headed people who saw through the puffery, looked at the data, and reached some starkly different conclusions.

Hey Al, chill.

Get it?

 

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