Al Gore Used Cold Snap to Beg for Donations, Didn't Expect James Woods to Reply


For the past few weeks, a significant portion of the United States has been gripped by bitter cold and strong winter storms that have blanketed various parts of the country in snow.

In other words, fairly routine winter weather, yet even this excessive cold snap hasn’t succeeded in fully quieting the hysterics of those who continuously insist that “man-made global warming” is the root cause of “climate change,” whatever form that change may take.

Indeed, the climate change cultists are now arguing that, of course, bitterly cold and extreme winter weather are the result of a warming globe, as evidenced in this article by noted climate alarmist Dr. Michael Mann and The Climate Reality Project.

Fellow climate alarmist Al Gore pushed a link to that article in a tweet which stated, “It’s bitter cold in parts of the US, but climate scientist Dr. Michael Mann explains that’s exactly what we should expect from the climate crisis.”

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The article was in response to recent remarks from “climate contrarians” like President Donald Trump mockingly dismissing the notion of “global warming” in the face of extremely cold temperatures.

Unsurprisingly, there is a big red “donate” link at the top of the article, as well as a place to sign up The Cilmate Reality Project’s “activist email list” at the bottom, which was duly noted by conservative Hollywood actor and Twitter funnyman James Woods.

In response to Gore’s tweet, Woods tweeted, “Let me guess: we should DONATE to some website, correct?”

A short time later, Woods added another tweet that informed anyone reading his tweets how they could really make a difference with their money instead of donating it to a “climate hustler” like Gore or Dr. Mann or any of the other alarmists.

Woods tweeted, “Instead of donating your money to a #ClimateHustler, go buy some cold weather sleeping bags. Drive around and give them to the homeless. Instead of supporting more private jet trips for some fat blowhard opportunist, you may be saving the life of a better human being. #WinWin”

He further explained in follow-up tweets that sleeping bags were better donations to the homeless than blankets because they could be zipped up to hold in body heat, and also noted that a donated child’s winter coat could be helpful in providing warmth to a homeless person’s equally homeless pet.

Furthermore, Woods noted that waterproof items like a poncho or tarp could be a “lifesaver” in freezing cold rain and snow, as are inexpensive blowup mattresses designed for camping that could save a homeless person from having to sleep on the cold, hard ground.

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Woods essentially pointed out that the homeless deserve help more than Al Gore deserves another yacht, and he is exactly right.

Meanwhile, the rest of us will wait patiently for this supposed extreme warming and “end of snow” we were promised by climate alarmists not so long ago.

Please share this on Facebook and Twitter so everyone can see James Woods’ common sense alternative to Al Gore’s climate hysteria.

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Ben Marquis is a writer who identifies as a constitutional conservative/libertarian. He has written about current events and politics for The Western Journal since 2014. His focus is on protecting the First and Second Amendments.
Ben Marquis has written on current events and politics for The Western Journal since 2014. He reads voraciously and writes about the news of the day from a conservative-libertarian perspective. He is an advocate for a more constitutional government and a staunch defender of the Second Amendment, which protects the rest of our natural rights. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, with the love of his life as well as four dogs and four cats.
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