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Did George Soros Bribe Al Gore Millions to Lie About Global Warming?

Soros used his Open Society Institute to pay Al Gore $10 million dollars per year, according to DC Leaks. IMAGE:

Leaked documents reveal $10M per year for fabricated data

By Jay Greenberg | 19 November 2016

NEON NETTLE — Newly leaked documents from whistleblowing website, DC Leaks, reveal that Liberal billionaire, George Soros, used his Open Society Institute to pay Al Gore $10 million dollars per year to lie to the public about the effects man-made global warming has on the planet.

According to the documents, George Soros gave former Vice President, Al Gore’s environmental group millions of dollars in the space of three years to create a “political space for aggressive U.S. action” on global warming.

YNW reports: “U.S. Programs Global Warming Grants U.S. Programs became engaged on the global warming issue about four years ago, at George Soros’s suggestion,” reads a leaked OSI memo.

“There has been a budget of $11 million for global warming grants in the U.S. Programs budget for the last several years,” the memo reads. “This budget item captures George Soros’s commitment of $10 million per year for three years to Al Gore’s Alliance for Climate Protection, which conducts public education on the climate issue in pursuit of creating political space for aggressive U.S. action in line with what scientists say is necessary to put our nation on a path to reducing its outsize carbon dioxide emissions.”

It’s unclear what year the memo was sent, but the Gore co-founded Alliance for Climate Protection (ACP) was established in 2006 and lasted until it became The Climate Reality Project in July 2011. In 2008, the Alliance launched a $300 million campaign to encourage “Americans to push for aggressive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions,” The Washington Post reported[…]

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