Obama Proven to be a Hypocrite After Latest Purchase

More proof that global warming and climate change is real: the Obamas just bought a $15 million beach home.

Wait…that doesn’t make sense.

But it’s true. All across the nation, the media has given the word that the Obamas are to buy the 29-acre beachfront property in Martha’s Vineyard from Boston Celtics owner Wyc Grousebeck. Apparently, the seven-bedroom, eight and a half bathroom, 6,892 square foot home has been on the market for the past four years. The Obama family rented it this past summer and must have fallen in love with it because now they are buying it.

For a Democrat who sponsors the Green New Deal and says that the earth as we know it will be swallowed up by the sea in a matter of 12-20 years, buying a home on the beach doesn’t seem to be all that wise.

This means either one of two things is true. Either Barack is just that dumb, or he doesn’t really believe the world is going through a significant transformation that could flood his new home in a matter of moments.

Now, one could argue or at least hope it is the first. His past policies and sponsorships alone should speak for that. However, the guy has also made a killing off of purporting these ideas and getting some of the wealthiest and most influential people in the world to side with him. So as much as we might want to believe it is the case, it’s pretty clear he is not that stupid.

The more likely explanation and one that can be seen in many other liberal politics is that he just doesn’t really believe in climate change.

And to some degree that’s ok. There are a lot of people in the world and this nation that don’t, and there is even science to back it up.

However, the problem arises when you have a man who has made an entire career and millions of dollars each year on the formulation that atmospheric warming, carbon levels, and rising sea levels are rapidly going to overtake us all. He has spent the better part of two decades raising awareness, funds, and support for this idea.

He sponsors the Green New Deal, goes to international climate change summits, and actively speaks out against Republicans who don’t believe similarly. It would seem for all the world that he believes that the world is on its way out, and it could happen rather abruptly.

And yet this most recent home purchase screams the opposite.

I mean, why else would you spend that much money on a home, unless you simply know that everything is going to be okay? The world will go on, and your beachfront mansion will still be available to live in.

And that leads us to the real problem.

If he doesn’t believe in all this “the world is ending” hocus pocus, then why sell the nation on it?

The answer is a lot simpler than you may think, and it’s already been proved by crazy Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez herself.

It’s all about the money, the economic changes the left want to pursue.

The fact is they want power, all of it, and they are willing to completely undo America and her standards to get it. That includes taking from the citizens of America and giving to her rivals and enemies.

When AOC’s staffers were pushed on the purpose of the GND, they finally admitted the focus the entire plan was to change the economy. It was never about the environment, not even a little bit. That was just the excuse they were using to scare people into their way of thinking.

And Obama has been right there, every step of the way, adding to those lies, contributing to a hurting economy. The left has built an entire community off of environmentalism, and it has paid off for them. Think about all the movies that support the idea of a global catastrophe because of humankind, the billions spent in the name of living green, and the banning of plastics, straws, and other human-made products. We aren’t saying it’s all bad. But it does fuel the fire.

Yet, when we look at the lives of politicians like Obama, we notice some inconsistencies. Like a $15 million beach home and private jets that emit more toxins in one flight than the average person does in an entire year.