Gore Makes Stunning Comparison between Uvalde Massacre and Climate Change

In a startling display of a tone-deaf public statement, former Vice President Al Gore compared “climate deniers” to the hundreds of law enforcement officials who waited over an hour to act at Robb Elementary School.

The 2000 presidential election loser made the startling comparison to Chuck Todd on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday. The lifelong Democrat said that skeptics of global warming are akin to those “who waited outside an unlocked door while children were being massacred.”

Body-cam video footage shows officers assembling outside the school while shots are fired inside. In an interim report, the Texas House detailed “egregious systematic failures” that could have prevented further loss of life.

The 18-year-old gunman murdered 19 children and two teachers. Experts say that, while most active shooter situations are over in minutes, it took well over an hour for law enforcement to breach the classroom door and engage the shooter.

Not content to stop with a horrifically inappropriate political point, Gore continued.

The environmentalist said, “They heard the screams…the gunshots…and nobody stepped forward.” In his mind, the Uvalde school shooting is a worthy example to advance his agenda.

Gore explained that climate change is a global emergency, and inaction to stop it is “failing to walk through the door” and ending the tragedy.

Perhaps realizing the way such a statement could and should be received, Gore added, “God bless those families who’ve suffered so much.”

The Democrat lamented that the response to climate change is a “political football” in the U.S. He developed a documentary in 2006 titled “An Inconvenient Truth” that blasted conservatives for failure to act for what was then called “global warming.”

He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 for his film.

Gore, who famously fought the 2000 presidential election results in court for weeks before bowing out, lamented America’s “broken” democracy. Broken is left speak for anytime the constitutionally established U.S. system of government does not produce Democrats’ desired results.

Gore served for eight years as Vice President under Bill Clinton, and it is difficult to imagine his former boss making such a crass comparison. For all his faults, Clinton knew how to show empathy during tragic times, something his former protegee apparently never learned.