James Cameron released a global warming disaster movie at the DNC to help propel Hillary Clinton into the White House and demonize Donald Trump.

Narrated by Sigourney Weaver, the “Not Reality TV” 5-minute piece is like a “walk through the book of revelations” despite the fact there simply hasn’t been an increase in extreme weather events.

The pro-Hillary piece, already being called 'over the top' by some critics, is a collection of clips featuring hurricanes, wildfires, droughts, tornadoes, flooding, and more.

At one point, Weaver gravely intones that “our crops are failing” and that “our children are in danger,” while making the case that only Hillary can save us from ourselves. "We all know it’s happening. It’s real. It’s happening now," Weaver declares at one point.

Reality check.

So here are the facts that Cameron left out of his pro-Hillary anti-Trump video (which the DNC showed the day after Hillary was voted in as the official 2016 nominee).

There has been a hurricane drought since October 2005. That means there hasn’t been a category 3 or higher hurricane striking the United States in 129 months.

Tornadoes have been at an all-time low, but smartphones with built-in movie cameras are at an all-time high.

Droughts are not increasing worldwide despite the ongoing, naturally occurring drought in California.

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Wildfires may sound like they are on the rise in the U.S., but after 25 years of mismanaged fire suppression, the country has been ripe for an outbreak.

There is so much dead and dry kindling on the ground that it only takes one lightning strike to get a forest fire started.

Floods are also not increasing. While the movie uses a clip of the flooding in Miami, this is a natural ongoing phenomenon that has been happening for hundreds of years. It's called a King tide. One mother describes how she lost her daughter in a flood.

Star-studded affair.

The short flick includes stars like Jack Black (Kung Fu Panda) and America Ferrera (Superstore), as well as Don Cheadle (House of Lies) and commentaries by Governor Jay Inslee and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. It also takes numerous potshots at Donald Trump, who doesn’t believe in catastrophic global warming.

Renewables to the rescue.

Then it goes on to tout the benefits of renewable power, with Hillary saying we can run every single home on clean energy in ten years.

That will only happen if it’s nuclear.

Not a single expert believes that we can utilize enough wind and solar to power our electrical grid because of its intermittent nature.

In fact, countries that have embraced renewable energy, like Germany, have seen their electricity prices skyrocket to over three times what Americans pay.

Many European countries are forcing green energy off the power grid because of its unreliability and the danger it poses to traditional energy.

That won’t stop the climate alarmists from preying on America’s fears and railing that only Hillary can stop global warming, that she’s our last chance to do something or it will be too late.

Trump has already stated he would use an all-of-the-above energy approach. Cameron created a low-rated documentary series on Showtime about global warming, but due to abysmal ratings was retooled for debut on the National Geographic channel.

Cameron is also working on his Avatar sequels.

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