On Sunday, the left descended on New York City to make a point about climate change.
They made a point, all right, but probably not the one they were hoping to.
An estimated 400,000 people – including celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio and Sting – participated in the “People’s Climate March” in advance of a U.N. gathering to debate action on climate change.
They left the city looking…well, as if 400,000 climate change hypocrites had marched through it.
Twitter was appropriately critical.
Did the #PeoplesClimateMarch recycle their frillion or so dead tree signs?
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) September 22, 2014
— Alexander The Great (@EnblocGarand) September 22, 2014
— KC Hampton (@kchamp_kevin) September 21, 2014
Talking to Leonardo Dicaprio about climate change. Don’t think he was happy about me bringing up his yachts & jets pic.twitter.com/3TAkP6rbjD
— Michelle Fields (@MichelleFields) September 21, 2014
— Donna Freydkin (@freydkin) September 21, 2014
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