It's our first day on the ground in Bonn, Germany at the UN Climate Change Conference — and it's just as weird as last year.
The UN banned me from reporting at this year's conference because they said I "harassed" someone sent by the Canadian government at the 2016 conference in Morocco.
All I did was ask a member of the Canadian delegation if she was there at my expense, and I got our whole interaction on tape.
That's not harassment. That's real journalism. "Harassment" was just a lame excuse by the UN censors to turn away the only set of skeptical eyes from this wasteful globalist soiree.
But it's not going to work.
Even though I won't be inside the conference, I'll still do more real reporting than the rest of the mainstream media from the outside.
I'll show you some of the bizarre environmentalist art projects all over the city (something the UN calls "Sculptural Outcries") and all the fossil fuelled hypocrisy around town that no one else seems to question or even notice.
I'm here all week long.
I'll show you what I see and what you won't see anywhere else.
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