Do you think the mainstream media doesn’t want folks to know how much money Al Gore is making off his global warming scam?
Before you answer that question, consider a couple points:
In 2000, when the former Vice President lost the election, he was reported to have a net worth of between one and two million dollars. By the time Bush left office, Gore was worth well over $100 million.
Last year, Al Gore told Congress as the House was considering cap-and-trade legislation,
“Every penny that I have made, I have put right into a non-profit deal, Alliance For Climate Protection, to spread awareness of why we have to take on this challenge. And Congresswomen, if your, if, if you believe that the reason I have been working on this issue for 30 years is because of greed, you do not know me.”
Recently, Gore purchased a $9 million mansion in the luxurious hills of Montecito, California, recently, and there is a good chance you did not hear about it. You can see photos here.
With the exception of the Los Angeles Times and Fox News, America’s media couldn’t care less. You think it might be because the Gore-loving press wouldn’t want people to consider the possibility that all of his global warming hysteria was really about lining his wallet and not saving the planet?
Where did the money come from? Was this purchased by his non-profit corporation, and if so, how does he get away with that? Did he sell some of his Google or Apple stock? How “green” is this house? Are there solar panels and windmills to power this facility? If not, what are their plans?
Don’t you think SOMEBODY from the media should be asking these questions?