LOL! CNN Runs Ads Featuring Luxury Air Travel And Steaks During Climate Crisis Town Hall (VIDEO)

This is absolutely hilarious and falls into the category of ‘you couldn’t make this up.’

While CNN gave Democrats seven hours to talk about the ‘crisis’ of climate change and how people need to fly less and eat less meat, the commercials were sending a very different message.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

CNN Runs Luxury Travel, BBQ Ads During Climate Town Hall

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At the town hall, candidates proposed transitioning to electric vehicles to limit emissions from travel and limiting meat consumption.

In the middle of an appearance from South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg, CNN ran commercials from “the world’s first luxury travel subscription” from Inspirato Pass and restaurant chain Golden Corral’s “endless sirloin and St. Louis-style ribs.”

The Inspirato Pass advertises “endless travel” in “hundreds of destinations around the world,” which would involve air travel climate activists have argued harms the environment.

“Enjoy endless travel for $2,500 per month with no nightly rates, taxes, or fees. Browse thousands of luxury trips and custom experiences in hundreds of destinations around the world, all at an extraordinary value,” the commercial states. “Inspirato Pass. Look. Book. Stay. Repeat.”…

The Golden Corral commercial promoted the restaurant’s steak and rib dishes.

“Golden Corral’s juicy endless sirloin and saucy St. Louis-style ribs really put the ‘meat’ in ‘meet me in St. Louis,'” the commercial states. “Endless sirloin and St. Louis-style ribs. Golden Corral. The only one for everyone.”

Watch the video:

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They’re such hypocrites.

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