Fox News host says the climate crisis is fake and celebrities like Harrison Ford are playing along

Rachel Campos-Duffy: People like Harrison Ford “know there's not a climate crisis”

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Citation From the August 29, 2022 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered

KAYLEIGH MCENANY (FOX NEWS HOST): That was actor Harrison Ford preaching at a climate conference just last year, but now the Indiana Jones star is getting called out for his carbon footprint. His private jet has made at least eight trips in the last two months alone.

Just last week, Prince Harry was spotted arriving for a private jet flight that he was taking to a one-day polo match. The jet sat idling on the tarmac for more than 30 minutes while the prince waited for his staff to bring his bag of polo gear in a gas guzzling SUV. What a climate warrior Harry is.

They are just the latest on a growing list of celebrity climate hypocrites. Rachel, Harrison Ford apparently his jet has emitted more carbon in the environment in less than two months than the average American burns in two years, and an average citizen of the world burns in nine.

RACHEL CAMPOS-DUFFY (FOX NEWS HOST): I know. It's incredible.

I think this is all the proof you need to know these people don't really believe it. They know there's not a climate crisis. They know that all the things they are doing right now to impoverish people isn't going to change anything with the weather.

You can't control it, and it is just so infuriating, because, again, people are suffering. 20 million people are behind on their utility bills, because utilities are now, you know, fifty percent higher than they were last year. In Europe they are facing this terrible crazy winter, eighty percent costs are up. So they're willing to make you poor to make them feel better.

Some are useful idiots and actually believe this stuff, and it's like their new religion. A lot for government workers, some of them I think some of them are doing it for control, but others like Harrison Ford, it's part of virtue signaling. It's a way for them to feel a little less guilty about being super rich.