Al Gore's Alliance for Climate Protection Shutting Down Offices

The man at the forefront of conning governments and businesses into believing carbon dioxide is destroying the planet apparently is scaling back his efforts to do so.

According to Politico, Al Gore's political action group the Alliance for Climate Protection is shutting down some of its offices:

The Alliance for Climate Protection was operating in about 25 states at its peak, including Florida, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

But the group now has field offices in just seven states.

The group started with $300 million in 2008 and spent huge amounts of money on national television ads designed to scare the public into buying Gore's lunacy.

With cap-and-trade legislation defeated in Congress this year, and the tremendous unlikelihood of it advancing with next year's more Republican legislature, one has to wonder if we're seeing the beginning of the end of Gore's scam.

With the former Vice President admitting two weeks ago that he only supported expensive ethanol mandates in the '90s in order to facilitate his eventual run for the White House, and further signs that the naturally-caused global warming the planet has experienced since the 1850s ended more than ten years ago, we can only hope this media-assisted myth is on its last legs, and that Gore is about to go away for good.

Congratulations to Tipper for properly reading the tea leaves and getting out before the house of cards collapsed.

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