John Kerry attended a climate summit for Earth Day this week and declared that we have to get carbon out of the atmosphere.
Does he really want to end all life on Planet Earth?
Remember, these are supposedly the smart people.
John Kerry, the Biden administration’s special climate envoy, warned Thursday that mounting global commitments to reach net-zero emissions by the middle of this century will not be enough to avert catastrophic warming.
To preserve a safe and recognizable global climate, the world will need to start removing the carbon dioxide we’ve spewed into the atmosphere over the last 200 years, which has created an insulating layer around our planet, the former secretary of state said during the first day of the White House’s two-day climate summit.
“Even if we get to net zero, we still need to get carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere,” Kerry said. “This is a bigger challenge than a lot of people have really grabbed on to yet.”
See the video below:
John Kerry at Biden’s #LeadersClimateSummit:
‘Net zero is not enough. We need to remove CO2 from the atmosphere.’
A statement of climate futility and insanity. pic.twitter.com/CqtIXI8Xon
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) April 22, 2021
So. Much. Science.
John Kerry wants to rid the atmosphere of CO2. Brilliant. https://t.co/SwMXSR5A9T
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) April 22, 2021
And thus end life on Planet Earth https://t.co/5v8KD1JvJB
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) April 22, 2021
The cult comes out against plant life. https://t.co/1OKSNc6BiN
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) April 22, 2021
There are plants sitting right in front of him. Does he know anything about anything?
— Why can't my name be blank? (@JLSpeidel) April 22, 2021
John Kerry. Super genius.