Put Gore in the dock February 24, 2010Posted by BlueGreen in Deception, Lie, Misrepresentation, Smear.
Bolt’s Post 24 February, 2010
A second lie appears on Bolt’s blog. This time, Bolt isn’t the one making the untrue statement:
In [Gore’s] science fiction movie, every assertion has been rebutted,”
But, Bolt clearly agrees with US Senator James Inhofe given that, in relation to the statement, he agrees that:
Al Gore must indeed be held to account
But, Bolt only recently made clear in a column that, in relation to Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth:
- Stuart Dimmock, father of two and school governor, asked England’s High Court to stop education authorities from giving Gore’s film to schools as a teaching aid, since it was political indoctrination and not the mere teaching of science…
- True, Justice Michael Burton did technically rule in Gore’s favour by letting the film be sent out, albeit with advice to teachers on its many errors…
And then Bolt concedes the “many errors” actually numbered nine.
That’s nine “errors” in a film that lasts 94 minutes?
So, the result of the court case was that the film was not withdrawn, which it surely would have been had every assertion been rebutted or, indeed, had it even contained what could objectively be described as a “significant” number of errors.