When presented with a choice between eating crow and a poisonous cup, you will find that the words you uttered in haste digest much easier than the venom which you peddle.
Dr. Patrick Moore learned this lesson the hard way. Moore, a current lobbyist for companies such as Monsanto, confidently announced that it was safe to drink a quart of Monsanto’s product, which contains glyphosate. Glyphosate is the toxic ingredient in Monsanto’s herbicide product, Roundup. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which is the World Health Organization’s France based cancer research entity, issued a report stating that glyphosate is “classified as probably carcinogenic to humans.”
Moore was effectively forced to eat crow when his generous host offered him a glass of the poisonous concoction. Moore asserts that he is “not stupid” or an “idiot” as he feigns outrage. He continues on, stating that “…people attempt suicide by drinking it all the time and fail”. However, Moore manages to avoid actually drinking the herbicide, storming off the set with a parting epithet for the host. Moore states,
“You can drink a quart of it an it won’t hurt you…I would be happy to actually…Not really, but I know it wouldn’t hurt me…no, no, no, I’m not stupid…People try to commit suicide and fail fairly regularly…it is not dangerous to humans, no, it’s not…no, I’m not an idiot”
Moore, ironically, is a former member of Greenpeace. Apparently, this particular doctor does have a price tag, one which big oil companies and pesticide manufacturers with deep pockets are all-too-willing to pay. He has parlayed his credentials for a paycheck,, currently working as a public relations consultant for the companies that Greenpeace still battles.
This particular corporate prostitute does have limits. Watch the video via Canal as the good doctor is called out.