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Sundance filmgoers warn of ‘global warming’ impacts: ‘It affects our ability to reproduce’ – Warn ‘criminal’ deniers: ‘We are coming for you’

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PARK CITY — In light of the premiere of Al Gore’s new film, “An Inconvenient Sequel,” CFACT’s Climate Depot sent an undercover agent into Park City Utah to ask the attendees of the snowy 2017 Sundance Film Festival what their biggest fears were about global warming. Their answers, just like their so-called “science,” are pretty hard to believe!

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Watch: Interviews at Sundance 2017 – Warmists Review Gore’s Climate Sequel – Filmgoer leaving Gore’s sequel: ‘I liked that they used an emotional argument on it. Instead of heavy in statistics.’

Warmist review of Gore’s Sequel: ‘Convoluted & diluted’ – Film plays ‘like a social media booster for Mr. Gore’  ‘The problem with this film however, is that it often pats one side on the back while at the same time vilifying the other.’

Gore Rewrites ‘Inconvenient’ Claim about NYC Flooding in ‘Sequel’ – But his original prediction was not about extenuating circumstances of a storm like Sandy slamming into New York or any “storm surge” at all. It was about the sea level rise that would be generated as (he predicted) ice melt in Greenland and Antarctica escalated dramatically.

Skeptic reviews sequel: ‘Gore abandons science in favor of tired global warming talking points…It’s shameless’ – Climate Depot has sent an undercover agent to Robert Redford’s snow filled Sundance Film Festival in Utah this week. See: Inconvenient Question: Gore asked about failed ’10-year tipping’ point – Refuses to answer, enters SUV in snow

Inconvenient Question: Gore asked about failed ’10-year tipping’ point – Refuses to answer, enters SUV in snow

Inconvenient Question: Gore asked about failed ’10-year tipping’ point – Refuses to answer, enters SUV in snow

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