Tonight’s the night! “Climate Hustle” Monday May 2nd

By |2016-05-03T17:46:11+00:00May 2nd, 2016|News|3 Comments

Tonight people across the United States can finally head to the movies and see Climate Hustle!

Locate the theater nearest you and pre-order tickets now for this one night theater special event.

Please spread the word and help us get as many Americans to the movies tonight as possible.  Be there and bring everyone!

There is excitement in the air, the reviews are great, and controversy is swirling around this film.

Bill Nye, the would-be global warming guy, asked people to boycott the film.  Weather Channel Founder John Coleman stepped right up and straightened him out.  You can read about their war of words in The New York Post, The Washington Times, The Daily Mail and elsewhere.  Their battle made the Drudge Report.

The global warming crowd is spoiled.  They have gotten away with making wild pronouncements without accountability for too long.

Did they really believe no one would ever check their facts?

Climate Hustle is the film the warming-left fears, but you’ve been waiting for.

An opportunity to bring people together to debunk a propaganda campaign as massive as “climate change” is rare and special.

Tonight’s the night to head to the movies.  We hope you will.  Bring your friends!



  1. ScottDrysdale May 2, 2016 at 12:56 PM

    Wow…. Climate Hustle premiere is tonight! To bad it is not playing in our region. But then again our province consists predominantly of post high school educated technologists and University educated engineers and science grads that are not that easily fooled by BIG Al and his Gorons.

    I have over 30 years industrial electrical engineering experience ranging from utility side hydro and nuclear through to landfill gas extraction for CanMET under NRC as well as PV solar for remote gas well sites etc.

  2. Frank Gilbert May 2, 2016 at 4:41 PM

    Can’t go tonight, but give me details on purchasing DVD when it becomes available.

  3. John Macdonell May 3, 2016 at 2:33 AM

    So – how was the turnout? Filled theatres?

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