I suspect to obtain an interview with his majesty Tom Steyer, CNBC agreed only to ask him the questions and show him in the light he wanted. CNBC is not news-worthly --a paid horn for those that can afford it. Here is some questions they should haved asked Steyer--1) What is the world's eneggy demand? 2) If that demand is not met what would civiliation look like? 3) Isn't it true only oil and gas can currently meet that need? 4) Pipelines are the safest and most efficient way to move oil and products--isn't it true pipeline leaks are rare and can be contained? 5) If you showed a pickture of a horrible car wreck, should the inference be no one should drive any more? 6) What's you real reason for being hostile to the oil and gas industry that serves us so well--want to be governor of California so that's how you see to get votes? 7) Billions isn't enough for you is it Tom--you must also impose your will on everyone, be a big man politician, even if drives up the cost of energy for the average person--arrogant -AH! CNBC paid shrill! Let's show some more homesy pictures of Tom down on the farm petting childerns' farm animals. A wolf in sheeps clothing! CNBC sucks!