John Kerry Makes ABSURD ‘Climate Change’ Announcement

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John Kerry, the outgoing “climate czar” under Democrat President Joe Biden, recently suggested that global perception of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could improve if Moscow took more significant steps to reduce emissions. At a foreign press briefing in Washington, D.C., Kerry, who served as Biden’s Special Presidential Envoy for Climate (SPEC), attempted to draw a connection between the ongoing conflict and his international environmental agenda.

This briefing marked Kerry’s final appearance as a “climate czar” before stepping down from the role on Wednesday to reportedly join President Biden’s re-election campaign. Despite Kerry’s assertion that opposition to the war is linked to insufficient action on climate change by Russia, he did not provide a clear explanation for this correlation.

“If Russia wanted to show good faith, they could go out and announce what their reductions are going to be and make a greater effort to reduce emissions now,” Kerry said during the presser.

“Maybe that would open up the door for people to feel better about what Russia is choosing to do at this point in time,” he said.

Kerry made his comments following a question from Igor Naimushin, a reporter from a Russian news agency, regarding the United States’ relationship with Russia in relation to his climate agenda.

“I believe that Russia has the ability to be able to make enormous changes if it really wanted to,” Kerry said.

“I mean, if Russia has the ability to wage a war illegally and invade another country, they ought to be able to find the effort to be responsible on the climate issue.

“And unfortunately, because of the actions that Russia took in an unprovoked, illegal war against another nation, we have not been engaged in discussions with Russia, sadly,” he continued.

“I say “sadly” because it’s a loss for the world not to be able to have Russia acting constructively on this issue.”

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