The Royal Family of Great Britain has been hit with recent controversy.
One of the figures in the midst of the media firestorm is Prince Harry.
And now Prince Harry lobbed this jaw-dropping accusation against Donald Trump.
The Royal Family has had to deal with Prince Andrew’s dubious – at best – connection to deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
It has also endured the messy Megxit ordeal involving Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle.
The couple shirked their royal responsibilities in favor of pursuing careers as social influencers and film and television producers.
Now Prince Harry is back in the news after he made a startling accusation against Donald Trump.
Prince Harry fell for a prank call from Russian tricksters Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov.
The duo has called political figures pretending to be climate change mascot Greta Thunberg.
This time Prince Harry was the gullible subject.
During the call, Harry said of Trump:
“The mere fact that Donald Trump is pushing the coal industry is so big in America, he has blood on his hands. But Trump will want to meet you to make him look better but he won’t want to have a discussion about climate change with you because you will outsmart him.”
Saying Trump has “blood on his hands” is preposterous.
Trump didn’t want to regulate coal miners out of business the way Hillary Clinton vowed to do.
Meanwhile, America has reduced its carbon footprint more than any other developed country despite the hysterics from climate change radicals.
The prank callers also highlighted Prince Harry’s hypocrisy on carbon emissions when they brought up the issue of private jets.
Harry’s inadequate response was:
“Unfortunately there is very few alternatives. We have to fly on commercial planes all over the world. Nowhere near as much as most people who do it for a night or weekends.”
That’s a convenient excuse.
Everyone else is supposed to drop emissions to zero while elites jet set around the globe on private planes.
Per usual, elites are hypocrites, and environmentalism is one of their worst issues.
Harry also mentions that there are “very few alternatives,” but doesn’t make that same calculation when it comes to energy.
If he wants to talk about having blood on one’s hands, getting rid of carbon emissions could kill untold millions around the globe, particularly in developing countries, i.e. the main culprits of fossil fuel use.
Will Prince Harry get called out for his hypocritical attack on Trump?
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