• 9/11 Truther Woody Harrelson Attacks Koch Brothers In New Climate Change Ad

    Hollywood actor Woody Harrelson has sold his soul to the nut bag, climate crazy liberals. Harrelson narrates a 30-second TV ad on climate change which lumps so-called “climate change deniers” in with people who believed the earth was flat and said cigarettes couldn’t cause cancer.

    The poorly produced clip is financed by Tom Steyer for his NextGen PAC. It will run in battle ground states days before the midterm elections.

    The ad depicts images of Libertarian philanthropist David Koch as an evil destroyer of the planet.

    Besides the hypocrisy of being narrated by a limousine liberal like Woody Harrelson, the ad pushes falsehoods about the earth’s climate.

    Like most lefty idiots with a political agenda and no credibility, Steyer’s ad shows polar icecaps collapsing and wildfires raging.

    And similar to the premise of this ad, man-caused global warming is a complete crock. The great Arctic meltdown that’s supposed to be happening, isn’t happening.

    In fact, the Arctic ice cap isn’t shrinking at the rapid rates that Al Gore and his groupies say it is. The Arctic ice cap has expanded for the second year in row.


    The Arctic Sea Ice Cap’s mass has nearly tripled in size since 2012. Don’t take my word it. You can see the satellite images taken from University of Illinois’s Cryosphere project. There you’ll find evidence that shows the ice that has grown to near-historic levels.

    So who’s this ad targeting?

    Younger voters and brain-dead, hive-minded liberals.

    Turns out, most Americans don’t buy into the belief that man is causing the earth to warm. And Americans are last in the world when it comes to viewing global climate change as an important issue.

    Democrats are desperate–perhaps, more so than ever. They are projected to get their clocks cleaned and global warming ads are a last-ditch effort.

    It won’t work.

    Voters who can see through the left’s propaganda and who are ready for real change, head to the polls on Nov. 4.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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