The trailer for An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power starts with Trump joking at a rally about how chilly it is, saying "we need some global warming" — you know, like the kind of dumbass leader you'd see in the world's worst natural disaster movie.
We also see Gore speaking to an audience about "the most criticized scene" in the 2006 movie, which predicted the 9/11 memorial site would be flooded by a combination of sea-level rise and storm surge — before we see footage of Hurricane Sandy doing exactly that in 2012.
One thing's clear from this — with a White House run by horde of anti-environment dinosaurs, the stakes have never been higher to overcome the perils of climate change. Check out the trailer (above)!
And because The Netherlands is one of those countries that depends on the U.S., they thought they'd introduce themselves to President Tiny Hands in a way he can truly relate: a cheesy, ego-stroking tourism video.
In a now-viral video from Dutch comedy show Zondag met Lubach, the tiny country requests that the Commander-in-Chief puts "the Netherlands second" — and gives a hilarious sales pitch on why they think the country is right up Trump's alley.
Not only are their parks easy to fill, but they actually have a massive wall that, the Trump-sounding narrator quips, "we built to protect us from all the water from Mexico." What are the odds!
Aside from a pristine pony park where the orange POTUS can "grab 'em by the pony," Trump would also enjoy the country's horribly racist "Black Pete" Christmas tradition, where participants don blackface to
As we reported, Donald Trump made an extremely totalitarian move yesterday by putting a freeze on all financial support to the Environmental Protection Agency while calling for a total media blackout — meaning, EPA employees are not allowed to post on the Agency's social media, answer journalists' questions, or send out press releases.
Various other government agencies are being subjected to the same silencing. It's a move straight out of page two of the dictator handbook.
And by hero, we mean the ex-Badlands National Park employee who hijacked the organization's Twitter account to post a series of climate change facts… just as Drumpf was signing off on gag orders!! Yas!
And now, the Donald Trump supporter is regretting his unkind words about Erin's past battle with addiction. According to TMZ, Baio claims he NEVER would've brought up Erin's drug and alcohol abuse if he knew she had been battling cancer. Apparently, Scott read a report on Sunday which suggested the late actress possibly passed away from a heroin overdose. So, when he walked into his Bernie & Sid radio interview, he thought that was Erin's cause of death.
In fact, the industry vet was so harsh about his former TV love interest's death because he was upset that Erin had "supposedly" succumbed to her addiction after wrestling with sobriety for years. Of course, hours after he finished the interview, Indiana authorities revealed it was likely cancer which took the thespian from us.
The New York native says if he had known the true cause of death he would've absolutely kept his mouth shut. It's said Erin never disclosed her diagnosis to Scott or his wife Renee (who is a cancer survivor) -- and Mrs. Baio spoke to her husband's costar just last month. Maybe she knew the Baios weren't the most supportive duo?? *Shrugs*
Anywho, Baio has since reiterated this defense on Facebook as he has written: