The jet owned by John Kerry’s family reportedly flew to Idaho while the ‘Climate Czar’ was in India and Asia promoting the Biden administration’s efforts to combat global warming.
“The jet belonging to climate czar John Kerry’s family made its way to Idaho, where he and his wife have reportedly vacationed, as he traveled in Asia to promote the Biden administration’s message on the issue,” reports Fox News.
“Flight records show that the jet left Boston late afternoon and landed in Hailey, Idaho, later that evening. It’s unclear what the trip was for but the Idaho Press reported last year that he and his wife, Teresa, have been part-time residents in the nearby Sun Valley for decades,” adds Fox.
Kerry family jet flies to Idaho while he goes on international climate tourhttps://t.co/T4RFYhwIeT
— Fox News (@FoxNews) April 9, 2021
Travel logs show that the jet traveled from Bedford, Massachusetts, to Martha’s Vineyard on March 26 and from Martha’s Vineyard to Boston two days later.
Read the full report at Fox News.
APOCALYPSE 2030: Kerry Says Humanity Has ‘Nine Years Left’ to Solve Climate Crisis, ‘No Room for B.S.’
‘Special Presidential Envoy John Kerry’ confirmed Friday that the USA has rejoined the Paris Climate agreement; saying it’s “good to be back.”
“Well, the scientists told us three years ago we have 12 years to avert the worst consequences of climate crisis,” Kerry responded. “We are now three years gone so we have nine years left.”
“There is no room for B.S. anymore. There’s no faking it on this one,” he added.
“Today’s the day. We’re officially back in the Paris Agreement – again part of the global climate effort. No country can fight this fight on its own. We look forward to a productive year and a successful #COP26 in Glasgow. #GoodToBeBack,” posted Kerry on social media.
The United States officially rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement Friday exactly 30 days after President Biden signed an Executive Order on global warming during his first hours inside the Oval Office.
“Climate change and science diplomacy can never again be ‘add-ons’ in our foreign policy discussions,” Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in the statement. “Addressing the real threats from climate change and listening to our scientists is at the center of our domestic and foreign policy priorities.”
— The Hill (@thehill) February 19, 2021
Good morning. The United States has rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement. pic.twitter.com/RCl3wwyKxh
— Bill Pascrell, Jr. (@BillPascrell) February 19, 2021
“The Paris Agreement is an unprecedented framework for global action. We know because we helped design it and make it a reality. Its purpose is both simple and expansive: to help us all avoid catastrophic planetary warming and to build resilience around the world to the impacts from climate change we already see,” added the statement.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
BRAIN FREEZE: Denver Less Than 3 INCHES from All-Time Snow Record, Most Since 1891
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.