Kerry on Climate: ‘There’s No Planet B’
State Secretary John Kerry took the podium at Friday’s swearing-in ceremony for David Saperstein, Ambassador-at-Large for the Office of International Religious Freedom. (It’s OK, we hadn’t heard of it either.) And, similar to just about every speech he gives, Kerry incorporated “climate change” alarmism in his lecture. “[W]e have been allies in trying to awaken the world to the dangers of climate change,” he said, “and let me just say that when it comes to the fundamental health of Earth, folks, we’d better stick to the Creator’s original plan, because there is no Planet B.” Actually, there are lots of planets, including the ones from which Democrats originate. Biden, of course, comes from very special extraterrestrial territory – but that’s a topic for another time. If Kerry’s right, and there is no “Planet B,” why all the focus on getting life on Mars? Liberal logic truly is out of this world, but, in the event we do successfully make contact with Martians, we can think of a few good candidates for ambassador.
Addendum: FRC’s Tony Perkins writes, “If anything pulls back the curtain on this administration’s mindset, this is it. While hundreds of thousands of Christians and religious minorities flee their homes, or worse, lose their lives, the chief diplomat of the United States is talking about global warming (on one of the coldest days of the year!). With people being marked for extinction, exactly who is Kerry saving the earth for?”
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