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Al Gore: By 2015 NY will be under water....AOC..In a few years Miami will be gone.....And you fall for this BS?


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Remember Al Gore

 

To all those who believed Al Gore then, do you still believe him today? It’s a sad, commentary that today’s young people are being duped and brainwashed into believing this scam taught by our one-sided liberal educational system.

 

 

 

https://www.dailyitem.com/opinion/remember-al-gore/article_3bb8c0b5-9f34-5964-a7c1-ab82d523c486.html

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Just now, Scout said:

 100% of your topic.  If you disagree, please show us the quotes that demonstrate I am wrong.  

 

So AOC NEVER said Miami will be gone?

 

And Gore NEVER said NY will be under water?

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1 minute ago, Z09 said:

So AOC NEVER said Miami will be gone?

 

And Gore NEVER said NY will be under water?

 

No, they never made statements that they will be under water under all conditions.

YOu got caught lying.

 

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Some of the most memorable images from Al Gore’s movie, An Inconvenient Truth, are the graphics that show how rising ocean levels will dramatically alter our planet’s coastlines. As Greenland’s ice sheets collapse, Gore predicts that our shores will be flooded and sea-bordering cities will sink beneath the water leaving millions of people homeless. His narration tells the audience that, due to global warming, melting ice could release enough water to cause at 20-foot rise in sea level “in the near future.”

 

 

 

SCOUT:   Did you read the above?

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