It’s no secret that very rich people who talk about the environment rarely do anything to help it. That’s often the case when billionaires take private jets to Europe to complain about “global warming.”
But what can we say about a super-rich Democrat like John Kerry? He lost his presidential race years ago, botched a deal with Iran, but yet is still around.
Can’t Biden find someone better to advise his administration? Like Barney the Dinosaur?
What’s even shocking are reports about John Kerry flying to Iceland to accept a green award. Of course, he took a private jet.
Did he apologize? Ha!
From Fox News:
President Biden’s recently appointed climate czar, John Kerry, took a private jet to Iceland in 2019 to receive the Arctic Circle award for climate leadership, Fox News has learned.
Kerry defended his high-pollution ride at the time, calling it “the only choice for somebody like me who is traveling the world to win this battle” in an interview obtained by Fox News. The incident had not been previously reported in the American press.
Wow, talk about peak elitism.
Plastic-faced John Kerry claimed it’s okay for “somebody like” him to take a private jet to receive this award. Because, you know, he’s in “this battle” to save the environment.
Uh… what? He is literally saying the rules don’t apply to him because he’s better than us miserable peons.
Yes, as you struggle to pay the skyrocketing fuel prices under Joe Biden, you can rest assured knowing that elitist scum can still fly their private planes.
Is there a word strong than hypocrite? We might have to come up with one.
As we said before, celebrities and the ruling elite often break their own climate rules. But they often apologize later or try to cover it up.
Not John Kerry! This man thinks we should be thanking him for polluting the air with his very expensive jet—because he’s “battling” to end the very pollution he creates!
I think the real pollution is the stuff coming out of his mouth. Sadly, we can’t pass regulations on that kind of smog.
- John Kerry took a private jet to Iceland to receive a green award.
- He justified using the polluting mode of travel, saying he’s allowed to.
- The former presidential candidate said “somebody” like him is above the rules.
Source: Fox News