The People’s Climate March on Sept. 23 was the largest march on climate change in history, and Drew Johnson of the Washington Times questions the hypocrisy of the leaders behind this event and their impact on policy.
In a recent editorial, The Washington Times addresses the hypocrisy of some of the largest environmental organizations who earn millions from crude oil, yet preach about replacing affordable fuels with wind and solar-just one example of not practicing what they preach.
These executives fly in private Gulfstream jets (funded by the affordable-energy industry) to speak at events where they talk about lowering America’s carbon footprint. Seems like these environmental leaders have a “do as I say, and not as I do” approach.
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