At COP24, the Climate Change Conference being held in Poland, Arnold Schwarzenegger had some harsh words for President Trump about climate change, and also expressed this wish:
— MRCTV.org (@mrctv) December 4, 2018
— New York Post (@nypost) December 4, 2018
If that time machine were powered by fossil fuels he might not be able to get back:
You’re not gonna do much of any traveling without fossil fuels, Arnold https://t.co/cNkEEIk4Aj
— CFACT (@CFACT) December 5, 2018
— clayton johns (@5Nouseforaname) December 5, 2018
Maybe Arnold didn’t quite think that through. And besides, how did the celeb and former California governor even get to Poland without the assistance of “evil” fossil fuels?
Anybody ask Arnie about his Hummer and private jet?
— Greg Rad (@graniterad) December 5, 2018
That’s a great question, one the mainstream media seems reluctant to ask the “fossil fuel sacrifice for thee but not for me” eco-hypocrite crowd. We know Arnold’s made his Hummer all electric (*the majority of electricity in the U.S. is still generated by fossil fuels) but highly doubt the planes Schwarzenegger uses run on anything but jet fuel.
When Arnold Schwarzenegger was governor of California, he commuted 3 hours to work everyday… by private jet.
— UberFacts (@UberFacts) January 6, 2014
— Nine News Queensland (@9NewsQueensland) March 17, 2015
— Sony PIX (@SonyPIX) July 12, 2016
But it’s likely that a few trees were planted to “offset” those particular carboon footprints, so all is well. *Eye roll*
Arnold Schwarzenegger private Gulf-stream jet does nearly as much damage to the environment in one hour as a small car does in a year.. https://t.co/Js1DohI9wC
— gally (@gallbag123) December 5, 2018
Schwarzenegger showed up at COP24 probably in his own private jet. Wonder what his carbon foot print is? pic.twitter.com/ASRBjQYXYW
— PatCarlson (@PatCarlson) December 5, 2018
That’s anybody’s guess.