On Monday, Biden's climate czar John Kerry took to the stage at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting to praise a "select group of human beings" who desire to come together to "save the planet."
Kerry suggested that those not joining them in the fight against climate change were guilty of choosing to "ignore science," and claimed that more money was the solution to the problem.
"How do we change the way people are thinking about this, and talking about it?" Kerry began. "Why is it that allegedly wise, adult human beings– CEOs some of them, United States senators, some of them– want to ignore science, and want to ignore mathematics, and want to ignore physics and somehow cannot bring themselves to do what we need to do?"
"When you stop and think about it," Kerry said, acknowledging the WEF attendees, "it's pretty extraordinary that we, a select group of human beings ... are able to sit in a room and come together and actually talk about saving the planet."
Kerry admitted that to most people, he and the other climate crusaders were likely viewed as "crazy, tree-hugging, lefty liberal do-gooders," but warned that action had to be taken post haste.
Suggesting that the world was doomed if warming was not limited to 1.5 degrees, Kerry called on everyone from politicians to private sector leaders to work together.
“So, how do we get there?" he continued. "Well, the lesson I've learned in the last years, and I learned it as secretary and I've learned it since, reinforced in spades, is 'money, money, money, money, money, money, money'."
"I'm sorry to say that," Kerry added. "Yes technology, yes exciting new initiatives, yes organizing, winning races politically ... but we have to go further."
"It's a scam!" author James Lindsay tweeted, suggesting that Kerry and other WEF elites were using the climate crisis as a cash grab.
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