In an exclusive interview, Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) explains how the Left’s heavy hitters are all complicit in the U.N.’s conspiracy to perpetrate a global warming hoax and “run everyone else’s lives.”
In this interview with "The Right Views, Right Now," Sen. Inhofe outlines the climate conspiracy and shares highlights from his new book, “The Greatest Hoax: How The Global Warming Conspiracy Threatens Your Future.”
The goal of the conspiracy is use the hoax of man-made apocalypse to scare Americans – especially little kids – into becoming willing slaves to the control of multi-national organizations, like the U.N., that want to redistribute wealth and seize power.
Ironically, these super-rich Leftist elites aren’t willing to make the same sacrifices that they want to force on everyone else, Inhofe explains, citing Senate testimony by Al Gore, - in which Gore refused to pledge to adopt the measures he proposed for others.
“Right Views” Editor Craig Bannister: “Now why do you call the global warming hoax a conspiracy?”
Sen. James Inhofe: “Well it’s a hoax and a conspiracy, Craig, because they try to make it appear that that we’re all going to die if we don’t line up and do what we want - what they tell us to do in terms of, of anthropogenic gases.”
“When, in fact, you have a bunch of people - you have the Al Gores, the George Soros, the MoveOn.org, the whole Hollywood elite group, and all of them trying to run everyone else’s lives.”
“And this is - this is what their motivation is-to make people, to the kids for example - make little kids, and school kids believe that the world is coming to an end and its all man’s fault and it’s the fault primarily of the wealthier nations. And this is - this is part of the hoax.”
Bannister: “But why are they-why are they so invested in this? Why are the Democrats and the environmentalists and the Hollywood - the Hollywood block - why are they so determined to believe in man-made global warming, no matter what science comes out, no matter what research there is?”
Sen. Inhofe: They want to believe it so bad, now, a few of them are motivated by money. I think it’s, in the book, we demonstrate how much Al Gore has made off this thing. They’ve speculated in the New York Times that he, that he is very likely the first environmental billionaire.”
“So there are a lot of people who are making a lot off of this thing. But, as a general philosophy, you take a liberal - a liberal really believes that they want to over-regulate everyone else.”
“They all believe that nothing good happens unless it comes from a multinational organization. They’re all tied in to the United Nations and other groups like that.” “And so, it’s just a mentality they have-they want to be, you know - first of all they’re, they’re pretty super-rich and they got rich quick…and they’re the ones that want to run everyone else’s life.
“You might remember back when we had Al Gore before our committee and we asked the question, ‘Are you willing to change your life as you’re asking everyone else to do, and would you sign this pledge that you’re going to change your lifestyle too?’ Obviously he wouldn’t do it.”
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