All too often, the very people who tell us that we must care about climate change don’t seem to care very much about it themselves.
John Kerry is an excellent example of this.
Not only does he fly around the world in private jets, he also invested in big oil before joining the Biden administration.
The New York Post reports:
John Kerry invested in oil companies prior to becoming Biden’s climate envoy, financial disclosures show
John Kerry, President Biden’s special presidential envoy for climate change, held investments in oil companies prior to divesting from the stocks as he took over the position, according to financial forms.
Kerry’s financial disclosure forms, which were obtained by Fox News, show that the former secretary of state was financially invested in numerous oil companies, including Duke Energy, Cimarex, Dominion Energy, Exelon Corporation and Valero Energy.
As Biden’s climate envoy, he will push policies that run counter to his personal investments before taking over the post. At the same time that Kerry held investments in oil companies, he also worked with climate groups The Rise Fund, where he served as a senior adviser, and Climate Finance Partners, where he acted as chairman of the advisory board…
The financial forms show that Kerry’s total investments were valued between $4.2 million and $15 million.
Does anyone on the left even care about this?
John Kerry Invested In Oil, Gas Stocks Before Joining White House, Filings Show https://t.co/c3Bnylug3Q
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 30, 2021
How weird to think fossil fuels are evil but invest in them any way https://t.co/6cWatf9n7k
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) April 30, 2021
Climate hypocrite John Kerry preaches 'net zero'…
… but owns coal burning utilities, oil and natural gas companies, chemical companies, airlines, train and the companies that finance them.https://t.co/wfK4XrzWoH
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) April 30, 2021
Why should anyone listen to any of John Kerry’s proclamations about climate change?
He doesn’t live by his own rules.