Last Friday, former Vice President Al Gore met with the Society of Environmental Journalists in Madison, Wisconsin. During the meeting, Gore fielded questions from reporters--something he doesn't do too often.
But when the first question was asked that challenged him, the former veep dodged the question and the journalist's microphone was promptly shut off:
The journalist in question is a member of the Society, but also is the director of the upcoming documentary, "Not Evil Just Wrong," a film that is obviously going to be critical of global warming activists. But does this fact make his question at the event any less valid?
An interview with the filmmaker regarding his question to Gore can be found here.
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