For some reason, Joe Biden made John Kerry (a D.C. insider and failed presidential candidate) his “climate czar.”
What does a climate czar do to help the climate? We have no idea. But apparently, one thing they do is release more carbon than the average American.
By a long shot.
From The Washington Free Beacon:
In his role as President Joe Biden’s climate czar, John Kerry has flown more than 180,000 miles—flights that emitted more than 9.5 million pounds of carbon, a Washington Free Beacon analysis found…
Planes on average produce 53.3 pounds of carbon dioxide per mile traveled, according to carbon emissions modeling website BlueSkyModel, meaning Kerry’s flights have produced 9.54 million pounds, or 4,772 tons, of carbon—roughly 300 times the average American’s carbon footprint for an entire year.
Wow. What can you say about that?
John Kerry is supposed to be championing Biden’s climate agenda around the world.
He is supposedly trying to convince more world leaders to be “environmentally responsible.”
Yet this very “climate czar” has dumped 9.54 MILLION pounds of carbon emissions over the last two years.
That is at least 100 times more than the average American—maybe up to 300 times more.
Um… hypocrite much?
Why is Kerry allowed to zip around the planet on his private jet, dumping CO2 into the atmosphere?
This is the guy that is lecturing the world about being greener, right? But he is entitled to producing millions of pounds of pollution?
Right now, Americans are suffering from record-high inflation due to high gas prices. Not only that some states are experiencing blackouts–because of “green” energy.
We can’t even turn our lights on thanks to Democrats’ green agenda. But they turn a blind eye to old Kerry’s pollution?
How often have we seen “climate warriors” like Kerry (and Hollywood stars) violate the very rules they are supporting?
- John Kerry’s private jet dumped 9.5 million pounds of carbon over two years.
- That is 300 times the amount the average American produces.
- Kerry is Biden’s “climate czar” who is champing the administration’s climate agenda.
Source: The Washington Free Beacon