HYPOCRITE Bill Gates Arrives by Helicopter and SUV at Climate Change Conference at Beach Resort in Blaine, WA (VIDEO)
Bill Gates’ hypocrisy was on full display as he arrived in Blaine, Washington this week using a helicopter and SUV to attend a conference on climate change.
For the 6th annual Cascadia Innovation Corridor (CIC) Conference, members of the Cascadia Innovation Corridor (CIC) community gathered together at the Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine, Washington, on September 12 and 13.
Key panels and speakers that attended the event include Governor Jay Inslee (Washington), Premier John Horgan (British Columbia), Governor Kate Brown (Oregon); and Governor Gavin Newsom (California).
Featured speakers include Bob Keefe, Executive Director, E2 and Author; President and Vice Chair at Microsoft, Brad Smith; Sherri Goodman from the Wilson Center and Center for Climate and Security; Tamara Vrooman, President and CEO, Vancouver Airport Authority, Steve Metruck, Executive Director, Port of Seattle and Curtis Robinhold, Executive Director, Port of Portland.
Invited speakers include U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, the United States Ambassador to Canada, and Canada’s Ambassador to the United States.
“The vision of the Cascadia Innovation Corridor is to become one innovative economic zone that generates a shared sense of identity and belonging as its centerpiece,” an entry on CIC website read.
“With a focus on research, economic development and transportation, the Cascadia Innovation Corridor is enhancing improved connectivity, productivity, health outcomes, and innovation for the benefit of people living in the region, and beyond.”
Katie Daviscourt of Rebel News went down to the Semiahmoo Resort to get the inside scoop on politicians and elites lecturing attendees about climate change. A couple of protesters were also present.
In a now-viral video, it can be seen that Bill Gates arrived using a helicopter, the biggest source of lead emissions in the U.S according to an EPA study.
“Bill, what’s your relationship with Jeffrey Epstein?” Katie asked.
“Why did you not distance yourself after he was found guilty of child prostitution in Florida? Why did you not distance yourself? Why are you promoting eugenics? What’s your stance on population control?” she added.
Katie also tried to find out from Gates’ pilots whether or not he arrived in an electric helicopter, but they did not respond to her questions.
“Is this helicopter electric? These are Bill Gates’ pilots, [I’m] trying to figure out if he arrived today on an electric helicopter or if it takes just fuel. They don’t seem to want to be answering our questions because this is a climate change conference where they want net zero carbon emissions. But this produces a lot of carbon emissions.” she said.
Watch the video below:
Gates was greeted by a group of protesters at the entrance to the Semiahmoo Resort, according to GeekWire.
“We’re concerned about the Cascadia mega-region forming behind our backs,” said one of the protesters, Victoria Palmer, with the organization March for Freedom Washington, which opposes vaccine mandates. “We’re concerned that it would be giving too much authority to the mega-region, and bypassing the Constitution.”
“We believe that there are public and private entities here today to basically carve up the resources of the new carbon economy,” Palmer said outside the event on Monday. “And so we need to be aware of what’s going on here, because this is going to be influencing Governor Inslee’s climate agenda.”
On the same day as the conference, the three largest commercial airports in the Cascadia Corridor released a joint statement to decarbonize the aviation sector leading the way “toward meeting aggressive net zero emissions and carbon neutrality goals.”
“As the largest three commercial airports in the Cascadia Corridor, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), Portland International Airport (PDX), and Vancouver International Airport (YVR) are aligned in our commitments to decarbonize the aviation sector and to being the greenest airports in North America. Our shared carbon-reduction goals focus on four key categories: 1) sustainable aviation fuels, 2) airport facilities, 3) airfield operations, and 4) vehicle trips to and from airports by employees and travelers,” according to the joint statement.