Kerry's Climate Hypocrisy Confronted at WEF: 'Why Do You Think...Your Carbon Footprint Doesn't Matter?'

Nick Kangadis | January 16, 2024
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The patron saint of the climate religion used to exert control over the world’s population really doesn’t like to be called out or questioned about their use of fossil fuels, especially when they’re attempting to take everyone else’s ability to use them away.

For instance, Lurch — excuse me — U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry was confronted at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland by Rebel News chief reporter Avi Yemini, and Lur — sorry — Kerry didn’t appreciate his principal question.

“What’s the carbon footprint of these events every single year that you come here?” Yemini asked. “You think it’s worth it? Peasants pay for your crimes?”

“That’s a stupid question,” Kerry responded.

Yemini kept up the same line of questioning, and Kerry only responded the same way every time — when his security wasn’t trying to separate their boss from Yemini.

“Don’t grab me,” Yemini said to the presumably female security guard. “You can’t grab us. This is a free society, mate. We have freedom of the press.”

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“Why do you think you’re more important, your carbon footprint doesn’t matter but everybody else around the world —“ Yemini was trying ask before Kerry interjected.

“[Inaudible] ever suggested that,” Kerry said. “Nobody ever suggested that. Don’t make up stupid questions.”

Well, Mr. ‘Special Envoy,’ people wouldn’t suggest that if you and your elitist cohorts didn’t give everyone the template to make the suggestion in the first place.

All Yemini was trying to do was point out the hypocrisy I mentioned at the top where it’s the usual “Rules for thee, but not for me” mentality when it comes to the deities of the climate religious cult.

You see, it’s “stupid” when you question their methods and motives, but not stupid when they do the very thing they’re accused of doing.