Al Gore, ‘just wrong’?

Conveniently Incomplete: Gore Claims British Court Vindicated School Showing of Movie, ‘Forgets’ It ‘Violated Laws’

By Tom Blumer
October 11, 2009

Thanks to Drudge, the Internet will likely be abuzz with the news and video about Irish filmmaker Phelim McAleer’s challenge to former Vice President Al Gore over correcting the nine errors found by a British judge in Gore’s Oscar-winning “An Inconvenient Truth” documentary.

McAleer is co-producer of Not Evil, Just Wrong, a film challenging the content of Gore’s film, that according to Wiki will be premiering on October 18.

When organizers of the Society of Environmental Journalists annual conference tired of McAleer’s refusal to back down and acquiesce to Gore’s conveniently incomplete answers, they cut off his microphone. The video also shows a meeting official scolding McAleer afterwards for attempting to “monopolize” the floor, telling him that “you got as much as you’re going to get.”

Gore’s answers to McAleer’s challenges are so disingenuous that they deserve their own Oscar for dissembling.

The transcript of the Gore/McAleer exchange and rest of the article can be read here.

CAJ Update: PowerLine also writes about this exchange and includes video.

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