Crazy Bernie Flies Private Jet to Papal Visit

Private jet? Wait–what about “climate change?” And isn’t this how millionaires and billionaires travel?

Private jet

From The Daily Mail:

A day after Bernie Sanders claimed he ‘introduced the most comprehensive climate change legislation’ and said he would tax carbon use, the Democratic presidential candidate chartered a Delta 767 to fly him to Rome and back for less than 24 hours.

After attacking rival Hillary Clinton for her stance on fossil fuels stepped on Thursday, Sanders stepped off the plane on Friday in Rome for the Vatican conference with his wife, ten family members, a group of campaign staff, Secret Service detail and members of the press.

The total group of what is believed to be below 50, flew in a chartered Delta 767 for their trip, which can seat between 211 and 261 people, depending on the model. It is unclear if Sanders’ aircraft had flatbed seats.

A 767 aircraft carries up to 23,980 gallons of fuel, which is ‘enough to fill 1,200 minivans’, according to Boeing. …

It is unknown how much it cost Sanders to charter the plane for the one-day trip, but according to a 2012 article from the Wall Street Journal, many sports teams charter similar aircraft and pay as much as $200,000 for one-way domestic flights.

Does Bill “we should throw people in prison who disagree with me” Nye, the comic actor who likes to call himself a “scientist” know about this hypocrisy? I know. It doesn’t matter. There are special exemptions for commies.

13 comments

  1. Despite what watermelons like Bernie say, it’s not really about “saving” the environment. It’s all about collecting the carbon tax revenue. Think of it as a “white privilege” tax, because that more accurately describes what the watermelons really want to punitively tax.

  2. LOL! Obviously, Bernie didn’t get the memo from Debbie W Schulz, telling him that he was just a Kabuki actor, trying to make Hillary look like she overcame some actual opposition.

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