John Kerry Wants Fighting Climate Change To Be Treated Like A War

Former Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts is trying to remain relevant.

He wants the fight against climate change to be treated like a war. Remember last year when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that fighting climate change is our World War II?

John Kerry clearly got the memo.

The Hill reports:

Kerry: Fight against climate change should be treated like a ‘war’

Former Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that the fight against climate change should be treated like a war as he touted a newly formed initiative that he claims is more diverse than other groups with the same mission.

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“Things are getting worse, not better. And so we have our unlikely allies coming together here. There’s no group that has people as diverse as ours in terms of nationality, age, gender, ideology, background, life experience and all of these people have come together saying, we’ve got to treat this like a war,” Kerry said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

The interview came a day after he announced his new initiative, “World War Zero.” The more than 60 founding members include celebrities and politicians of both parties including former presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, former governors Arnold Schwarzenegger and John Kasich, and entertainers Leonardo DiCaprio, Sting and Ashton Kutcher.

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