Warren Buffet’s Right Hand Man Just Publicly Humiliated Al Gore And Ended Climate Debate Forever

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Al Gore just got exposed in the worst way ever. The left will try to hide the bombshell revelations in the groundbreaking new book “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change” which portrays Al Gore as a moron in great detail.

And a rank opportunist who stumbled, or conned, his way into a massive fortune.

Gore made some money selling a cable station to Al Jazeera, remember that?

How does the darling of the left square that one?

No one knows but what we do now know about Gore, thanks to this new book, is that Gore also raked in the bucks from his global warming connections.

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From the Daily Wire:

Buy by 2007, Gore’s wealth had skyrocketed. By that point he had a net worth “well in excess” of $100 million, including pre–public offering Google stock options, according to an article at Fast Company.

By 2008, Gore was so flush that he announced a $300 million campaign to promote climate fears and so-called solutions. And he just kept raking it in. According to a 2012 Washington Post report, “14 green-tech firms in which Gore invested received or directly benefited from more than $2.5 billion in loans, grants and tax breaks, part of Obama’s historic push to seed a U.S. renewable-energy industry with public money.” (Continued Below)

Gore was also taken to the task by a very smart man – Charlie Munger, Warren Buffet’s right-hand man – in brutal detail.

“Warren Buffett’s vice chairman Charlie Munger told a small meeting of investors in 2017 that Gore is ‘not very smart’ and ‘an idiot’ but he was still able to amass a personal fortune in the investment world. ‘Al Gore has hundreds of millions [of] dollars in your profession. And he’s an idiot. It’s an interesting story.’ Munger added, ‘he’s not very smart. He smoked a lot of pot as he [coasted] through Harvard with a gentleman’s C.'”

Charles Munger’s main job is to spot the fool in a business deal and he just named Al Gore as one of the biggest in American history.