This past weekend at the Texas Sierra Club’s “San Antonio Storytelling Training & Digital Comms Workshop,” Sierra Club employee Greg Harman gave some troubling advice to attendees. While discussing media and community outreach, Harman instructed followers how to “exploit” the stories of local citizens to advance the Sierra Club’s agenda in the media:
“So I learned that people want to tell their stories, and if you don’t say anything at all, people assume that you are like they are. A lot of times if you sit down with someone and you start having a conversation and, you know, you’re not wearing a big, you know, ‘Bernie’ shirt on or whatever, they’re like ‘oh,’ and they’re just meeting you and there’s – I don’t know what it is, but I believe this, that there’s a de facto setting that we have that we’re speaking to just another human being, your like ‘you care about the things I care about, you’re concerned about things I’m concerned about,’ it’s pretty normal I think, but it’s interesting to watch, to even kind of even exploit in some cases.”
Harman’s troubling words come on the heels of him spreading a false claim at a protest in San Antonio earlier this month. A previous environmentalist strategy memo included plans to use children as props to advance their agenda. With repeated false claims and strategically exploiting local communities and children, the Environmentalist Left continues to show an absolute disregard for decency.