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Watch: ‘Climate Hustle’ Film’s Popular Following Grows – Premieres in Canada

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Published on Oct 3, 2016
“Climate Hustle” is a climate expose that challenges the alleged ‘consensus’ and shows the public how the urgent cries of climate catastrophists parallel some of the moves of the street hustle confidence game “Three Card Monte.” Millions of Americans packed theatres upon the release of “Climate Hustle” in the US. When The Rebel Media brought “Climate Hustle” to Calgary and Edmonton in the fall of 2016, hundreds of people lined up to see it. There are legitimate concerns about the impact of humans on the earth in terms of pollution, resource use, and energy demand – but the alarmism and strident cries for urgent (very expensive) action on climate change don’t square with the climate evidence or common sense. Friends of Science talked with Executive Producer, Craig Rucker, of CFACT.

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[It’s Here! CLIMATE HUSTLE DVDs and Blu-rays are NOW AVAILABLE! Order yours today! 
Groundbreaking film that packed theaters across America on May 2nd called “brutal and extremely funny” by National Review, “tremendous” by Cal Thomas, and World Net Daily says it “could be the most important movie of the year.” (Order now: www.ClimateHustle.com)

The Reviews Are in! ‘Climate Hustle’ is ‘the most dangerous documentary of year’ – ‘Wickedly effective use of slapstick humor’ – ‘Lays waste to Gore’ – ‘Brutal & Extremely Funny’

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