Weather Channel founder reveals UN agreement a hustle

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President Obama has chosen this “Earth Day” to bypass Senate ratification and send Secretary of State John Kerry to sign America onto the terrible new UN Paris climate agreement.

This represents a radical legal and substantive departure from past American policy.

Who benefits from a climate agreement that won’t change world temperature?

Weather Channel founder John Coleman lays out the facts and recommends Climate Hustle in this morning’s USA Today:

“The hard cold truth is that the basic theory has failed. Many notable scientists reject man-made global warming fears. And several of them, including a Nobel Prize winner, are in the new Climate Hustle movie. The film is an informative and even humorous new feature length movie that is the ultimate answer to Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. It will be shown one day only in theaters nationwide on May 2.”

The UN has long coveted this agreement and the redistribution of wealth and power that comes with it.

People need to wake up to the threat this document represents. 

On May 2nd Climate Hustle will be shown in hundreds of movie theaters across the United States for a one-night special event.  John Coleman will provide a celebrity introduction, and it will be followed by an exclusive, power-packed panel discussion.

It’s just the vehicle to open minds and start people asking the questions the climate hustlers can’t and won’t answer.

Get your advance tickets today.

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