While John Kerry, Joe Biden’s special envoy for climate, is busy lecturing others about climate change, he is busy flying around the world on private jets. Do as I say, not as I do....huh?
What a hypocrite!
Former Energy Secretary Rick Perry laid into the former Secretary of State while speaking with Fox News host Neil Cavuto on Tuesday’s broadcast of “Your World.”
He stated that Kerry is “a pretty poor spokesperson” for climate change.
Cavuto then noted Kerry’s recent suggestion for fired Keystone XL Pipeline workers to get jobs working with solar panels or wind turbines. “How do they transition to making, building, putting on homes and businesses solar panels? How do they do that without — without some preparation, without going back essentially to the beginning, to zero?” he pondered.
“First off, John Kerry is a pretty poor spokesperson for the climate business when he hops on his private jet and the leaves a trail of emissions that is about 40 times more than what it would be if he flew first class on a, you know, United Airlines going somewhere, American airlines, one of our great airlines. Matter of fact, they probably need the work right now,” Perry responded. “So it just doesn’t square good with me.”
The Daily Caller reports:
Perry went on to say that he believed there were a lot of Americans who really did care about the climate and wanted to take the steps they could to help preserve the planet, but that Kerry was not setting the best of examples.
“Listen, if you’re going to parrot this line that we’ve gotta do things to help the climate out, for God’s sake, man, get off your private jet and go travel with the rest of the folks out there if you’re going to move around,” Perry added.
“The idea that he can so parsimoniously sit there and say, well, they can go get a job over in the solar panel business. Well, most of those folks along that pipeline can’t relocate to China,” he concluded. “Because that’s where most of those solar panels are being constructed.”
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