TOXIC EMISSION: John Kerry accused of farting during climate lecture in Dubai

While discussing US policy on coal power plants and calling for them to be eliminated, Kerry appeared to emit his own noxious gas.

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA

President Joe Biden’s climate envoy John Kerry was called out for creating his own wind power at the Climate Change Conference in Dubai this weekend.

While discussing US policy on coal power plants and calling for them to be eliminated, Kerry appeared to emit his own noxious gas.

Kerry stated, “There shouldn’t be any more coal-fired power plants permitted anywhere in the world.” He added, “I find myself getting more and more militant because I do not understand how adults who are in a position of responsibility can be avoiding responsibility for taking away those things that are killing people on a daily basis…”

But that is when the sound of a toxic emission could be heard through the microphone.

Users on social media were quick to point the finger at Kerry.

Luckily for the toxic polluter, the crowd began applauding.

At the time of the crop dusting, Kerry was sitting with Becky Anderson, Managing Editor of CNN Abu Dhabi, and Executive director of the International Energy Agency Fatih Birol.

Anderson can be seen in the video of the event quickly turning her head to the side and covering her mouth with her hand.

Kerry continued seemingly unaware, “And the reality is that the climate crisis and the health crisis are one and the same.”

On Saturday, the United States pledged to transition away from coal-powered plants, aligning itself with 56 other countries in a collective effort to break free from the significant role coal plays in contributing to global warming.

Kerry declared the country's participation in the Powering Past Coal Alliance, signifying the Biden Administration's commitment to refrain from constructing new coal plants and gradually decommissioning existing ones. While a specific timeline for the closure of existing plants was not provided, existing Biden administration regulations and ongoing international agreements indicated a goal of eliminating coal usage by 2035.

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