John Kerry Gets Into Testy Exchange With Reporter

John Kerry has been called out before and he doesn’t like it.

the former Senator and failed Presidential nominee got fussy when Congress called him out for using a private jet to get around.

We previously reported on a hearing held by a House subcommittee, Rep. Cory Mills (R-FL) began a line of inquiry about Chinese solar panels by addressing the witness, Kerry, with a quip. “I hope it wasn’t too problematic for your operational team and your private jet to get here,” he said.

“I just don’t agree with your facts, which began with the presentation of one of the most outrageously persistent lies that I hear, which is this private jet,” Kerry said. “We don’t own a private jet. I don’t own a private jet. I personally have never owned a private jet. And obviously it’s pretty stupid to talk about coming in a private jet from the State Department up here. Honestly, if that’s where you want to go, go there.”

Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) reminded Kerry he was under oath and the former Secretary of State admitted that his wife owned the jet.

The elite hate being questioned and or mocked.

Well, President Biden’s climate czar is in Davos, Switzerland for the WEF meet up and was asked by a reporter about his carbon footprint.

“What’s the carbon footprint of these events every single year that you come here? Do you think it’s worth it — peasants paying for your crimes?” Avi Yemini, an Australian reporter with independent outlet Rebel News, asked Kerry who was walking on a street in Davos, Switzerland.

“That’s a stupid question,” Kerry responded.

“Nobody ever suggested that. Don’t make up stupid questions,” he said when asked a follow-up question about why his carbon footprint didn’t matter.