Global warming IS real. If you don't think it's real, show a measure of global temperature that shows temperature going down over the last 50 years.
There are lots to choose from: NASA GISS, NOAA, BEST, HadleyCrut, JMA, UAH, RSS and probably more. Your problem is that every single one of them shows the Earth warming--not cooling, not staying about constant. Definitely warming.
It's interesting that the U.S. has not been particularly warm this year, so that record minima are exceeding record maxima. I actually can't get on the website to verify that right now (maybe it's overloaded), but it was true a month or two ago when I last checked. That is unusual in this warming environment, it's been a long time since there was a year when that happened. The U.S. is just a small part of the entire globe, though. The more you narrow your focus in time and in location, the more variation you will see. That's why we look at what happens over the span of decades, rather than years. This decade has been the warmest ever, it was warmer than the 2000s, which were warmer than the 1990s, which were warmer than the 1980s, which were warmer than the 1970s. See the pattern? During all those decades of global warming, some places may have cooled down temporarily, but the pattern is clearly upward.
If you want to show that global warming is NOT real, start by showing us global temperature going down for a decade.