Wednesday, August 23, 2023

Is There a Topic With More Hypocrisy Than Global Warming??

Below is an item about two giant climate change hypocrites, President Biden (referring to when he was out of office, private jets are necessary for presidents) and Steven Spielberg. 

Another near the very top of the list is Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg wants you and I to make big cuts to our lifestyles while he continues to live better than the King of England. See below....

Michael Bloomberg, the president of the group, is himself transported via gas-guzzling private jets and limousines, to his many mansions around the world.  From Fox News:

Flight records show that Bloomberg's private jets took more than 1,700 trips and emitted at least 10,000 metric tons of CO2 from August 2016 to August 2020, a Business Insider analysis found. A typical car emits about 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide in one year.

Bloomberg has access to multiple private jets, but he wants to limit us to one short-haul flight every three years.

He probably pretends he cares about his carbon footprint by buying worthless pieces of paper called carbon credits.  His real estate portfolio consists of "at least 11 homes," and he owns a fleet of luxury personal vehicles:

To suit his luxurious fortune, he owns a Mercedes-Benz Maybach sedan. His Audi R8 is the one that shows athletic personification. Like a mandated SUV in the home of every celeb, Cadillac Escalade is tuned in black color. After not getting satisfied with one, he owns another fullsize SUV from Chevrolet.

Bloomberg and other green pushers tell people their gas-powered cars are destroying the planet, yet he has a massive car collection of gas-guzzlers.

They want to outlaw milk; does that include breastfeeding?  Pretty sure that's a dairy product, and women and babies breathe out that vicious CO2, a non-pollutant, clear gas that makes plants thrive.

The entire story is here

As we gear up for another election year,* ask yourself if these are the people you want governing us?

*I'm so old that when I was a kid, the party's conventions were held in August and campaigns for U.S. president didn't begin until Labor Day! Wouldn't that be wonderful?!

--- Wednesday Evening Addition ---

This is self-explanatory. 

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