Bill Maher Calls Out This Prominent "Climate Warrior" And It's Hilarious!

By Ryan Canady | Monday, 30 January 2023 05:15
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"Real Time" host Bill Maher says it is time to call out environmental climate hypocrites.

Fox News says that Maher used his show on Friday to "come clean" about using a private jet to get around. He has the financial means to take this form of travel wherever he needs to go. However, he is sometimes criticized by those in the environmental movement who feel it is a problem to use these services to get where he needs to go.

Fox News reports that Maher opened his show by saying: "My name is Bill, and I fly private," and "And so does every other person who calls themselves an ‘environmentalist’ who can!"

He then showed photos of many different celebrities on board or getting on board a private jet. The list of celebrities whose pictures he showed includes Leonardo DiCaprio, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Oprah Winfrey, Bono, Mark Zuckerberg, Beyoncé Knowles Carter, and Jay-Z, and even prominent Democrats like former President Bill Clinton as well as Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. And Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.


Fox News reports that he continued by saying, "If you don't see a celebrity's picture here, it's because we weren't allowed to use it," and "But all the environmentalists of Hollywood and Washington do it. Their position on climate change is 'We must do more to stop pouring carbon into the air, except for me when I wanted to go somewhere and then I take a private jet.’ It turns out that one thing in this world is completely impossible to resist. And this is it. It's like heroin; if you do it once, you'll never stop."


He told his audience that there are only two kinds of people in the world, those who fly on private jets and those who wish they could. He said that almost no one can afford to fly on a private jet who doesn't do so. He went on to say: "Everyone else is full of s---, and I'm done being full of s---,"

Essentially, Maher is saying that it is hypocritical for people to say that they are environmentalists when they take a private jet at the first opportunity to do so. Maher is tired of pretending that this isn't the case, and he wants people from all across the political spectrum to admit that they are interested in flying in a private jet if they can afford to do so.