Hypocrite of the Day: Climate Crusader George Clooney Takes Private Jet to Germany for Medical Treatment


The global warming alarmists are constantly lecturing us about the evils of SUVs and not using the right kind of light bulbs, but those rules are only for us little people. Rich celebrities like George Clooney can do whatever they want, including flying a private jet from Los Angeles to Germany for medical treatment.

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Last week big Obamacare booster and anti-CO2 activist George Clooney took his private jet all the way from Las Angeles across the US, Canada, and the Atlantic, before finally landing in Germany… to seek medical help for his chronic back problems. Apparently Obamacare and America’s best physicians are unable to take care of it.

Much of the German media have been reporting on Mr. Clooney’s visit to a clinic in Solingen last Friday.

Spiegel writes:

“The actor had himself examined last Friday by the Neurosurgery Department of the Städtischen Klinikums Solingen, so confirmed clinic director Hermann-Josef Bökmann, according to the DPA news agency.”

No worries though — Obamacare isn’t for rich people like George Clooney. And while he might shame all of us peasants for driving an SUV or a big truck, remember, being a liberal means that he can say whatever he wants and do the complete opposite.


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