Climate Change alarmists Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have a fantastically hypocritical Valentine’s day
How hypocritical would you have to be to be advocating against climate change, and then literally use a private jet just to show off how much jet fuel you can burn on a Valentine’s Day date? Let’s ask Chrissy Teigen and John Legend. Read from Elle Magazine:
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend truly have a love worthy of the celebrity-romance storybooks. They post thoughtful birthday tributes to each other, pose for picture-perfect Vanity Fair covers, and Legend even made a Valentine’s Day tribute to his wife’s “perfectly unique feet” on Ellen.
But the TV tribute was only a small part of the couple’s Valentine’s Day plans. They also reportedly hired a private jet to fly from where they live in Beverly Hills to share dinner at the French Laundry in Yountville, California. Teigen shared photos of the date on her Instagram story, starting with snaps of her and Legend all dressed up and ready for their date night.
I don’t even understand how someone can tweet this:
We CANNOT elect a president who isn't serious about climate change. These guys disqualify themselves with this foolishness.
— John Legend (@johnlegend) September 17, 2015
…and then be so mind-numbingly stupid that you post photo proof of your hypocrisy on social media. I mean, I guess DO understand it. You would be mindful to not look like a crass pathetic hypocrite if you were actually afraid that the media would bash you for it. But celebrities KNOW that the mainstream media will look the other way and even PRAISE them in their hypocrisy!
So, we’re supposed to believe that we’re all gonna die in some global environmentalist holocaust, and we have to trust these screeching celebs on this issue, all while they completely ignore the issue in their every day life? Sure.
OH and by the way, that onanistic praise for Legend and Teigen was from Elle Magazine, and they are very concerned with global warming:
Artist Zaria Forman Confronts Global Warming One Melting Icescape at a Time https://t.co/SZ741hjQYi
— ELLE Magazine (US) (@ELLEmagazine) June 28, 2019
That is, they are concerned for the little people to upend their lifestyles for global warming alarmism, not for celebrities to actually get off their privileged asses to do anything.