The proposal put forward by President Joe Biden to counteract the alleged effects of controversial climate change could cost more than $1.7 trillion, according to estimates reported by Fox News on Feb. 3.  

During his election campaign, Biden said that he would implement the Green New Deal as the basis for his climate policies.

In any case, Biden’s plan aims for the kind of economy-wide transformation advocated by the most left-leaning members of his party and globalists around the world.

The Green New Deal sponsors, including Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), promote eliminating conventional fuels (oil, natural gas, and coal) by 2030.

They also aim to reduce net CO2 emissions to zero by 2050, which, according to the Heritage Foundation, would cost the economy millions of jobs, thousands of dollars in lost household income, and billions of dollars more erased from the nation’s GDP, Fox News quoted. 

Notwithstanding all John Kerry’s projects, some analysts question the inconsistency displayed by the climate change campaigner appointed by Biden.

On a trip to Iceland just over a year ago, he used his usual private jet, which burns 40 times more fuel per passenger than a commercial airliner, for which he was heavily criticized.

According to Fox News, one of his critics was the director of the Arctic Circle Round Table, Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, who noted the inconsistency.

Icelandic journalist Johann Bjarni Kolbeinsson questioned Kerry on his transportation choice, “I understand that you came here with a private jet. Is that an environmental way to travel?”

Kerry’s answer didn’t go down well either because he apparently thought himself worthy of wasting fuel that way.

 “If you offset your carbon—it’s the only choice for somebody like me who is traveling the world to win this battle,” Kerry said.

Citizens are already collecting memories of catastrophic announcements made in the past by controversial climate change activists, including those of Al Gore.

“John Kerry went on the record to say that we have nine years left to fix the climate. I remember when Al Gore said we had ten years left. That was fourteen years ago,” evoked Lauren Boebert in one of her tweets.  

“I remember going to a “Save the climate” fundraising dinner, and Al Gore arrived from New York on a private jet,” author Duncan Bannatyne also mentioned.

User @ElMcClelland went a bit further in his comment by recalling, “Gore predicted that the site of the World Trade Center would flood. He was right about that.”