Obama Uses Private Jet, 14-Car Convoy To Appear At His $3.2 Million Dollar “Climate” Speech
Obama’s Entourage For Climate Speech
Former President Barack Obama made his way to Italy this week to talk about climate change. The event is known as the “Seeds & Chips: The Global Food Innovation Summit,” which is held in Milan.
Obama must be thinking, “Do as I say, not as I do,” as he prepared for the trip, which entailed a private jet to Milan and a 14-car convoy to help him make his way into the city, which included protection from a helicopter above.
In addition, another 300 police officers were there to protect the former President.
Obama’s Also Enjoys Superyacht While “Going Green”
The Independent Journal Review reports:
“While in Milan, Obama also met with former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who was a close partner during their respective times in office. During his post-presidency vacation, Obama spent many weeks in French Polynesia on music mogul David Geffen’s 450ft superyacht, which surely does not frugally sip fossil fuels like he wants the rest of the country to do. Seems like President Obama’s retirement is going well.”
In addition to Obama’s ridiculous entourage for events such as this talk on climate change, the former president is also raking in $400,000 per speech, which relates directly to a bill he vetoed while in office.
Estimated $3.2 Million In Obama’s Pocket For Speech
Zero Hedge reports:
“But, according to the Express, the $400,000 fee from Cantor is nothing compared to the $3.2 million that President Obama got for his speech in Milan at the Seeds and Chips gathering in Milan today, a conference on the impact that technology, innovation, and climate change will have on food availability and production worldwide.”
“So why is this possible? Can Obama really drop $3.2mm worth of knowledge in 1.5 hours? Of course not.”
Dilbert creator Scott Adams describes this as “pre-bribe,” which means Obama set up these types of events while in office because you can’t legally bribe an existing President…”