In an interview with Variety, movie star Leonardo DiCaprio raved that he'd experienced "global warming" first hand while filming in Calgary.
He says he was shocked and "terrified" when a "sudden warm gust of wind" melted "eight feet of snow."
As a Calgary native, I'm happy to explain what a "chinook" is to "weather expert" and climate change activist DiCaprio.
It's a natural weather phenomenon that gives Calgarians a break from winter:
Some people go skiing in shorts, for example. It's awesome.
DiCaprio is lying when he says he was afraid of this change in weather, and lying when he said the locals were, too.
As the owner of luxury boats and jets, he's also lying when he says he cares about carbon footprints and climate change.
But he's an actor and a high school dropout. The (non-Canadian) media printed DiCaprio's story at face value, because they're in the tank for "global warming," so they're not much better.
The Canadian media, though? They had a great time mocking DiCaprio, except...
What's up with the Calgary Herald's hypocrisy?
WATCH to see what I mean...
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