Mayors Of 50 Cities — and Ocasio-Cortez — Fly to Denmark to Battle Climate Change

Shades of Gainesville’s wonderful mayor, Pegeen Hanrahan in 2009. See below.

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by Joseph Curl

Mayors from 50 cities and officials from around the world all jetted to Denmark last week to figure out ways to address the “global climate emergency.” [Bold type: Mine]


Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has warned that airplanes and farting cows will cause the end of the world within a decade, was among the U.S. officials who joined the party, traveling by plane from Washington, D.C.

The Democratic socialist congresswoman also celebrated her birthday in Denmark on Sunday after attending the C40 World Mayors Summit, where she praised “social democracy.”

“Thank you everyone for the birthday wishes!🎈 Spending the day in Denmark after C40, enjoying this social democracy that treats healthcare & education as rights, zero-carbon as priority, & infrastructure as a key public good. Here’s to another year of fighting for our future.💜” the New York politician wrote on Twitter. Read the rest HERE.


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Gainesville, Florida Mayor Pegeen Hanrahan at the U.S. Center at COP15, Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark on December 17, 2009.

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3 Responses to Mayors Of 50 Cities — and Ocasio-Cortez — Fly to Denmark to Battle Climate Change

  1. I guess the debate on climate change is really heating up!

  2. I know the honorable Alexandria Occasional-Cortex just celebrated her 30th birthday, but I’m still wondering when she will become an adult.

  3. Joe Z says:

    Let’s see, I wonder if all those government employee phonies are flying to Denmark on the taxpayers’ dime. Ya think? And, of course, when “important” passengers are on “official government business” those jets stop emitting any pollutants whatsoever.

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