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Al Gore Inspired The New Incredible Hulk Movie

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The only thing more amusing than FOX News coming up with new attacks on Al Gore is Stephen Colbert making fun of those attacks on The Colbert Report. His latest hilarious bit is ridiculously right on the mark — especially considering yesterday’s debacle from Fox news columnist Michelle Malkin; who claimed that Rachel Ray’s use of a scarf in a Dunkin’ Donuts ad was pro-terrorism. And Malkin was serious!!

On yesterday’s show, Stephen premiered a new series called “Trailers Destroying America” — a look at the movies coming up soon that push the liberal agenda or hurt the nation. Up first was The Incredible Hulk starring Edward Norton. Here’s what Stephen had to say, 

“Hmmm…something big and green fighting against humanity? Once again, Hollywood is pushing their pro-environmental agenda. It’s all there in the origin story. First he lives in what appears to be a greenhouse, until he is unleashed to go on a rampage against anything that burns gasoline! Of course, the whole thing is a metaphor for Al Gore — who, after he embraced the green agenda, GOT HUGE.” 

Stephen does reveal one last quibble with the film saying, “The CGI imagery looks so unrealistic. A future with giant green monsters? OK. But a future with glaciers? C’mon guys, nobody is going to believe that.” 

Hilarious. FOX News, you’re up to bat. 

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