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Hillary’s Vision For Country’s Future Includes This Guy? You’re Kidding Me!

Al Gore

Now this is funny. Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton wants Americans to believe she has a new vision for the future but now she’s turning around and looking in the past to bring Al Gore on stage to campaign with her. Gore is a global warming so-called expert who has been jetting around in a huge atmosphere gas guzzling plane, creating a carbon footprint the side of Russia.

You know me, let me be 100 percent honest with you, it won’t make any difference. Most well-informed voters won’t pay attention to this so-called ” global warming hypocrite,” and his fake southern preaching tone.

They are completely out of touch with the American people, and this move shows just how much they are suffering. Do they think an old, wealthy, white dude will help them connect with the millennials who are rejecting the old, wealthy, corrupt, white lady?

From NY Mag:

In the latest installment of Hillary Clinton’s efforts to raise the stakes for this presidential election, particularly for the anti-Trump millennials who are not supporting her as strongly as they might, her campaign is reportedly bringing in a blast from the past with a certain perspective on the future: former vice-president and 2000 popular-vote winner Al Gore.

According to Politico, Gore could be an asset with millennials for two reasons:

Clinton and aides have recently been pointing to Gore’s 2000 experience as a warning to young voters who are considering voting for third-party candidates. Gore also is a notable spokesman for the issue of climate change — a topic President Barack Obama has also been using to try to energize young voters.

It will be interesting to see how well this works. For the younger millennials (Clinton’s real Achilles heel), the whole 2000 saga may seem like ancient history; so, too, may much of the Bush administration that followed. So lurid tales from Gore about how self-indulgent lefties casting “protest votes” for Nader wrecked the country may not be instantly understood without the aid of hand puppets. And for that matter, Gore’s pioneer role in climate-change activism may seem as relevant to a first-time voter as Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring.

But to older millennials and Gen-Y voters who were politically galvanized by the W. years, Gore could be both relevant and persuasive. And for Gore himself, it could offer a bit of vindication. His last big intervention in conventional party politics occurred when he endorsed Howard Dean for president in 2004. That did not work out so well.

Just in case people don’t remember, Gore lost in 2000 because he was a bad candidate. Florida went Republican and the Supreme Court decided the election. Third-party candidate Ralph Nader had nothing to do with it. Hillary is at the point of desperation in choosing to bring him back. She never had my vote, to begin with, and he won’t make a difference.

Maybe we are not looking at this properly. Now Hillary can receive millions of dollars from climate change lobby groups, right? I don’t see why she needs donations from the general public with this move. She’s a lock, yeah right.

Do you think Gore will make a huge difference in Hillary’s attempt to win the November election in a few weeks? Share your comments with me below and let me know what you think.

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