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Staff Writers
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September 11, 2022
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01:51 am

Biden climate czar John Kerry has flown 180k miles, producing 9.5 million pounds of carbon

President Joe Biden's climate czar John Kerry has reportedly flown 180,000 miles, producing 9.5 million pounds of carbon, according to a new report.

The Free Beacon noted the travel from March 2021 to July 2022 was the equivalent of flying around the world more than seven times.

"Planes on average produce 53.3 pounds of carbon dioxide per mile traveled, according to carbon emissions modeling website BlueSkyModel, meaning Kerry's flights have produced 9.54 million pounds, or 4,772 tons, of carbon—roughly 300 times the average American's carbon footprint for an entire year," the report stated.

"From May 13, 2021, to May 19, 2021, for example, Kerry traveled to Rome, London, and Berlin before returning stateside. Those flights total roughly 10,100 miles and 538,000 pounds of carbon," it added.

In addition, Kerry's family owns a $4.5 million Gulfstream private jet, according to the report. A close look at Kerry's climate habits reveals he is no example for the nation regarding the protection of the environment.

While Kerry jets around the world meeting with leaders about the climate, Americans continue to struggle with inflation to meet basic needs, leaving increasing anger just ahead of the November midterms.

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