60 Minutes’ Host Points Out ‘Climate’ Hypocrisy Of Bill Gates

Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” posted a video of Bill Gates getting lightly called out by “60 Minutes” host Anderson Cooper over his hypocrisy on so-called ‘climate change.’

Gates responded by acknowledging that he probably does put out more emissions than nearly anybody on Earth, justifying it by listing the numerous things he does to supposedly “offset” his energy consumption.

“Are you the right messenger on this?” Cooper asked, before pointing out, “because you fly private planes a lot and you’re creating a lot of greenhouse gasses yourself.”

“Yeah I’d probably have one of the highest greenhouse gas footprints of anyone on the planet,” Gates admitted.

“That’s kind of ironic,” interjected Cooper.

Gates continued, saying, “my personal flying, uh, alone is gigantic,” adding that he is spending a lot of money on aviation fuel derived from plants, he now owns an electric car, uses solar panels, and is paying a company to pull carbon out of the air and place it underground.

Gates is not the only rich public figure to be exposed for their alleged hypocrisy surrounding the concept of ‘climate change.’ A video recently captured at the World Economic Forum showed reporters from Canada’s Rebel News confronting United States ‘climate czar’ John Kerry for repeatedly flying on a private aircraft while complaining about vehicle emissions.

Kerry responded by saying he “fly[s] commercial exclusively,” which is an abject lie that is easily proven as such when one notes that his family owns a private jet.

Similar questions were directed to Kerry in February 2021 when Icelandic reporter Jóhann Bjarni Kolbeinsson inquired as to whether or not it was environmentally responsible for Kerry to take a private plane to Reykjavik in 2019 in order to pick up a “climate leadership” award.

A report by Fox News revealed that in April 2021 John Kerry’s family jet had already put out an estimated 30 times the amount of carbon released by an average passenger vehicle in a typical year.

The Kerry family jet reportedly took at least 16 flights in 2021, including between Martha’s Vineyard and Boston International Airport.