AL Gore: Twelve Words That Completely Unravel His Fake ‘Movement’

Written by Captain Dave Funk on July 19, 2017

The dirty dozen words that should be bringing a stop to the Al Gore perpetuated fraud that is Man-Made-Global-Warming: Those words, found in the report “On the Validity of NOAA, NASA and Hadley CRU Global Average Surface Temperature Data & The Validity of EPA’s CO2 Endangerment Finding Abridged Research Report” , published in June, should be the basis of multiple Fraud, Criminal, and Civil Racketeering lawsuits by every State Attorney General in the United States.

A new peer-reviewed study by scientists and a statistician claims to reveal that “nearly all” of the warming shown in current temperature datasets from NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Met Office in the United Kingdom are the result of adjustments made to the datasets after temperatures were recorded, calling into question just how much warming is real and how much is pure fantasy.

The words taken directly from this report: From page 30 of the reports summary:

“(T)he three GAST data sets are not a valid representation of reality.”

It’s long past time that America, and the world for that matter, stop this fraud. A fraud that exists to further tax and regulate every aspect of our lives and enrich those that are hawking it like bad carnival charlatans.

From 41,000 feet, it looks like its time for a legal counterattack on these holier that thou frauds.

photo credit: Excerpted from: dfarber Al Gore at Web 2.0 Summit via photopin (license)

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Captain Dave Funk
Captain Dave Funk: Constitutionalist, hunter, dad and patriot, Dave has retired as both a US Army attack helicopter pilot and a Boeing 757 International Captain for Northwest Airlines; Dave has spent most of the last few years piloting US Department of Defense special mission aircraft in the “Sandbox”. With a unique perspective on the world that comes from thousands of hours at 41,000 feet, his ability to explain complex aviation question in simple terms has earned him guest commentator spots on most major TV and radio networks.