‘Clean Energy’ Clinton Campaign Burning Jet Fuel

The event: A ‘Clean Energy Roundtable’ in Asheville, North Carolina where Chelsea Clinton was schedule to speak on behalf of her mother, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Distance: 330 miles – a 5-hour journey by car.

Mode of transportation used: A private jet.

The event was set up by the Clinton campaign, for Chelsea to go speak to a group of high-profile leaders in business and public life, in order to address climate change and discuss ways to preserve the environment.

A photo posted on twitter shows Chelsea Clinton speaking in Greenville before she boarded a private jet to a clean energy roundtable in Asheville.

A photo posted on twitter shows Chelsea Clinton speaking in Greenville before she boarded a private jet to a clean energy roundtable in Asheville.

Why the fuss over private jets?  Simply because it’s something Clinton’s campaign had promised not to do. Hillary Clinton had promised to run a “carbon neutral” campaign by avoiding private jets and using more environment-friendly modes of transportation.

Clinton herself also broke her “no private jets” pledge when she hopped aboard a Learjet in New Hampshire in November, just hours after receiving an endorsement from a powerful environmental group, according to Daily Mail.

When she received the group’s endorsement, she said, “We have to use every too we have to save the environment – there is no Planet B – this is it.”

A conservative research group, America Rising, then got a video of her boarding the jet from inside the civil aviation terminal in Lebanon.

 

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