French President Gives Liberals Irresistible Offer After Trump Rejects Paris Accord (Video)

French President Gives Liberals Irresistible Offer After Trump Rejects Paris Accord (Video)

When President Donald Trump announced that he was withdrawing the United States from the Paris Climate Accord not only did the left and mainstream media go into a frenzy, but it sent European leaders into a panic as well knowing that they would have to cover the bill for the massive wealth redistribution scheme, but French President Emmanuel Macron had the best response by far.

Of course, he stated his displeasure with the President’s decision to pull out of the deal that Obama signed without Congressional consent, but out of everyone criticizing Trump he’s the only one to take him up on his offer to renegotiate the deal.

Trump stated, “We’re getting out,” he added, “but we will start to negotiate and we will see if we can make a deal that’s fair. If we can, that’s great. And if we can’t, that’s fine.”

In a video posted to Twitter, the newly-elected leader of France first took a shot at President Trump and then invited disgruntled liberals to go live in Paris.

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From the Washington Examiner, via WZ [emphasis added]

French President Emmanuel Macron offered Americans a “second homeland” in France to help “make our planet great again,” a clear jab against President Trump after he announced that his administration will reject the Paris climate agreement.

In a short video posted online Thursday, Macron said that while he respects Trump’s decision, it was a “mistake” for the U.S. to exit the international accord.

“Tonight, I wish to tell the United States: France believes in you. The world believes in you. I know that you are a great nation,” Macron said.

He called on certain types, like scientists and “responsible citizens” who were disappointed by Trump’s announcement, to come to France.

I call on them. Come and work here with us. To work together on concrete solutions for our kind, our environment. I can assure you France will not give up the fight,” Macron said.

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That’s a great offer! All the celebrities and liberals who are protesting that President Trump is not their president can all relocate to France! It would be the greatest mass migration in American history of people leaving.

I know there are some who won’t be leaving and are celebrating President Trump’s withdraw from the Climate Accord, the over 30,000 scientists who disagree with Obama and Al Gore, and have come forward and stated that ‘catastrophic man-made global warming’ is a complete hoax and science lie.

According to Natural News, one of these experts is Weather Channel founder John Coleman, who warned that the election could have proven to be a “tipping point” in favor of people like Al Gore, who continues to amass vast fortunes based on the global warming scam.

In a recent interview with Climate Depot, Coleman said:

“Al Gore would have emerged from the shadows to declare victory in the ‘global warming’ debate had Hillary Clinton moved into the White House. Yes, if that had happened and the new climate regulations became the law of the land, they would have been next to impossible to overturn for four to eight years.”

Climate change proponents remain undeterred in their mission, ignoring numerous recent scientific findings indicating that there has been no warming trend at all for nearly two decades.

Read the full story about Obama lying about climate change here.

H/T PolitiCulture


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