The city of Denver, Colorado is now just three inches away from smashing their all-time record for snowfall after some spots saw accumulation of more than three times the average for the month of March.
“With an official 1 inch of snow that fell on Tuesday and another 0.6 of an inch that came down early Wednesday, Denver has now amassed 32.5 inches of snow this month, eclipsing the 1891 total of 31.3 inches in March of that year. March 2021 is now tied with 1944 for the second-snowiest March in the city’s history,” reports Accuweather.
— CBSDenver (@CBSDenver) March 21, 2021
“The city has a good chance of surpassing the shared 1944 total of 32.5 inches in the remaining days of the month and would need 2.8 inches of snow over the last week of March to top the all-time March record of 35.2 inches set in 2003,” adds the website.
Related Story: T-MINUS 9? Kerry Says 9 Years Left to Save Earth, Biden Admin: No ‘New Timeline’ for Apocalypse
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki refused to comment on ‘Climate Czar’ John Kerry’s prediction that humanity has less than nine years to avert a climate catastrophe; saying they have no “new timeline” for the impending apocalypse.
“John Kerry said that there are only 9 years left to save the world from climate change. Does President Biden agree?” asked one reporter during the daily briefing.
“I don’t have a new timeline to give you from here. I can confirm for you though the President agrees with former Sec. Kerry that it’s a crisis,” said Psaki.
Q: John Kerry said that there are only 9 years left to save the world from climate change. Does Biden agree?
Psaki: "I don't have a new timeline to give you from here. I can confirm for you though the President agrees with former Sec. Kerry that it's a crisis." pic.twitter.com/7kaSG00LJ8
— Forbes (@Forbes) February 23, 2021
Watch the exchange above.
FIRST CLASS HYPOCRITE: ‘Climate Czar’ John Kerry Caught Flying First Class Without Face Mask
‘Climate Czar’ John Kerry was busted this week for flying First Class from Boston to Washington, DC without a face mask, with other passengers noticing the Biden official was neither eating nor drinking while flaunting the federal rules.
“I guess we can say it’s better that John Kerry finally decided to fly commercial as opposed to jetting around in Gulfstreams all around the world when he’s trying to supposedly solve the climate crisis,” said Sen. Tom Cotton.
“If they’re going to impose rules on the American people – they should try to follow those rules as well,” he added.
@TheTNStar Exclusive: Biden’s @ClimateEnvoy John Kerry, took off his mask as he settled into a book in his first-class seat just before takeoff today on an @AmericanAir flight Boston to DC. He was not eating, nor drinking. He was simply flaunting Biden’s mandatory mask policy. pic.twitter.com/t1wDq9OtxD
— ReporterMcCabe (@NeilWMcCabe2) March 17, 2021
“Exclusive: Biden’s @ClimateEnvoy John Kerry, took off his mask as he settled into a book in his first-class seat just before takeoff today on an @AmericanAir flight Boston to DC. He was not eating, nor drinking. He was simply flaunting Biden’s mandatory mask policy,” posted a fellow passenger.
Read the full report at Fox News.
FOOTAGE FOUND! Watch ‘Climate Czar’ Kerry Say Private Jets the ‘Only Choice for Somebody Like Me!’
Climate Czar John Kerry faced a growing backlash on social media Wednesday when footage of the former Secretary of State emerged of him using a private jet to receive an environmental award; saying it was the “only choice for people like me.”
NEW: Climate czar John Kerry took private jet to Iceland for environmental award, called it 'only choice for somebody like me' https://t.co/AgCqHTmgW9
— Peter J. Hasson (@peterjhasson) February 3, 2021
“I understand that you came here with a private jet. Is that an environmental way to travel?” asked a local reporter.
“If you offset your carbon — it’s the only choice for somebody like me who is traveling the world to win this battle,” Kerry said.
“I negotiated the Paris Accords for the United States,” he added.
Read the full report at Fox News.