We’ve long said that hypocrisy is the prime motivating factor in today’s Democrat Party. Given past and present actions, no one exemplifies that more than John Kerry. A gold-digging former senator and current climate czar, Kerry disdains following his own rules. After all, he only made them for the rest of us.

FNC: “Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., said Wednesday that climate czar John Kerry has a history of ‘not following’ rules he imposes on Americans after a photo surfaced of the Biden official not wearing a mask on a commercial flight. The passenger who took the picture said they did not see any of the flight attendants onboard instructing Kerry to put his mask back on…”

“I guess we can say it’s better that John Kerry finally decided to fly commercial as opposed to jetting around in Gulfstreams all around the world when he’s trying to supposedly solve the climate crisis,” the senator quipped in an interview with “Fox News @ Night” host Shannon Bream.

Cotton said government officials must “set a good example if they’re going to impose rules on the American people – they should try to follow those rules as well.”

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“Being an elite hypocrite is hard work!” the passenger said, adding the plane was mostly full.

Cotton added that Kerry “has a long record of imposing one set of rules on Americans and not following those rules as is evidenced by his jet setting around the world to try to save it from climate change when he’s burning more carbon than one person does in an entire year.”

Kerry actually took a private jet to Iceland in 2019 to receive a climate change award. He pompously defended his actions by saying it was “the only choice for somebody like me who is traveling the world to win this battle.” Ah, somebody like him. But not for everyone else.

Kerry’s pathetic response, “Feels like there’s some St. Patrick’s day ‘malarkey’ afoot on Twitter. Let’s be clear: If I dropped my mask to one ear on a flight, it was momentary. I wear my mask because it saves lives and stops the spread. It’s what the science tells us to do.” Okay, fine. Science. Then let’s put the scientific “momentary drop” rule into the regulations. Does that work, John?