Al Gore could possibly be the biggest hypocrite on the face of the Earth. On August 26, 2011, during an interview, Al Gore compared the struggle to win over climate change skeptics to the fight against racism. This guy has SOME nerve. In it he stated:
“When racist comments would come up in the course of conversations, “There came a time when people said, ‘Hey man, why do you talk that way? That’s wrong, I don’t go for that, so don’t talk that way around me. I just don’t believe that.'”
He also stated:
“my generation watched Bull Connor turning the hose on the civil rights demonstrators and we went ‘whoa, how gross and evil is that?'” And my generation asked older people ‘explain to me again why it’s ok to discriminate against people because their skin color is different.'”
Hey Al! Do you mean you watched Bull Connor, THE DEMOCRAT? Is that the Bull Connor you watched turn hoses on civil rights demonstrators?
What’s that? You heard a lot of racist comments when you were young, Al? Were they from the mouth of your dad, Al Gore, Sr.? After a quick Google search, I found out that Al Gore, Sr. voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 when he was a Democratic U.S. Senator from Tennessee. Not only did he vote against it, he participated in a 74 day filibuster in an attempt to delay and weaken the legislation.
You’d think that if your dad was a racist within the Democrat Party, who voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, you might NOT want to bring up the topic of racism, civil rights or Bull Connor….evah! Just sayin’.
When I was reading up on this, I came across a website run by a black man, named Bob Parks, called Black and Right. He has a piece titled The Democrat Race Lie, which includes a list of historical bullet points that dispute Democrat claims of civil rights support. You have to read it to believe it. With a history like the Democrat Party has on civil rights, it’s truly unbelievable that the black community supports them.
Just for fun. What do you think the media would do to a person like Al Gore if he was a Republican? It says a lot about the media. Not only do they never mention any of this, Gore is like a hero to them.