Climate Hysteria

Biden's 'Long And Loud And Impossible To Ignore' Flatulence Shocks Duchess Of Cornwall At Carbon Emissions Summit


Democrat President of the United States reportedly astonished Camilla, the United Kingdom’s Duchess of Cornwall, with a “long and loud and impossible to ignore” gas-passing session during a summit to discuss greenhouse gases, carbon emissions, and air pollution last week.

U.K. news outlet The Daily Mail reported on Saturday that “An informed source has told The Mail on Sunday that Camilla was taken aback to hear Biden break wind as they made polite small talk at the global climate change gathering in Glasgow last week.”

According to the Daily Mail, the source further elaborated that “It was long and loud and impossible to ignore,” and “Camilla hasn’t stopped talking about it.”

The news comes within days after Biden faced allegations of defecating in his pants during a meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican in Italy, and barely two weeks after he was seen on video coughing into his hand on stage after a speech before heading, unmasked, into the audience and touching various people:

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Video footage from Kearny, New Jersey shows Democrat President Joe Biden coughing into his hand before exiting the stage and interacting with various members of the audience who are masked, touching them, shaking their hands, and coming within the six-feet social distancing limit recommended by health experts.

Biden’s behavior raised eyebrows on social media, particularly in light of the fact that he routinely ridicules Americans who do not wear masks, take vaccines, practice social distancing, or otherwise conduct themselves in a way that does not conform with the opinions of Anthony Fauci.

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