John Kerry tries to dodge questions about his own massive carbon footprint

'I do not have a private jet,' said U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry.

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As hundreds of "global leaders" in politics, business, media and health converge in Davos, Switzerland at this year's World Economic Forum (WEF), Rebel News is on the ground to hold the "elite" accountable.

This morning, Rebel News CEO Ezra Levant saw former U.S. secretary of state John Kerry on the streets of Davos and attempted to ask him a few questions about his own carbon footprint.

Kerry recently announced that he would be stepping down from his current role as U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate to focus on President Biden's re-election efforts.

The former secretary of state has previously been criticized for encouraging the broader population to reduce their carbon footprint while he flys around the world on private jets.

During the brief interaction, Levant asked Kerry if he was "going back to private jets" after his work with the Biden administration.

"I do not have a private jet," Kerry replied.

Levant told Kerry, "I didn't say you had one I said you flew on one."

"No I don't fly on it," said Kerry.

The former secretary of state had no answer when asked by Levant about the last time he flew private.

During a previous encounter with Rebel News at this year's WEF, Kerry said a question from Avi Yemini about the carbon footprint of the WEF was "stupid."

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