DiCaprio Calls for “Deniers” to be Banned from Public Office: President Obama Stays Silent

When you hear such “don’t listen to any opposing views”, you know you’re listening to a con.

Carbon belching DiCaprio should answer these eleven questions if he is to be listened to as an informed climate spokesperson:

https://climatism.wordpress.com/2016/10/05/the-eleven-questions-the-press-wont-ask-dicaprio/

Otherwise he remains a virtue-signalling, eco-grandstanding, shameless, hypocrital, fashionable climate change elite.

Watts Up With That?

Screenshot of President Obama Listening while DiCaprio Calls for "Deniers" to be banned from public office. Screenshot of President Obama Listening while DiCaprio Calls for “Deniers” to be banned from public office.

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

Climate advocate Leonardo DiCaprio has called for climate “deniers” to be banned from public office. President Obama, sharing a stage with DiCaprio, did not object – Obama’s words in my opinion appear to actually lend some support to DiCaprio’s outrageous demand, for limiting the US people’s freedom to choose leaders who represent their views.

DiCaprio: Climate change doubters shouldn’t hold public office

Politicians who don’t believe in climate change should not hold public office, said actor Leonardo DiCaprio Monday at the White House before the screening of his new climate documentary.

“The scientific consensus is in and the argument is now over,” DiCaprio said at the White House’s South By South Lawn event.

If you do not believe in climate change, you do not believe in facts or…

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