Fox News reports that climate change activist Prince Harry was recently caught boarding a private jet to fly to a one-day polo event.
The incident took place last Wednesday. Photographs captured what took place.
The photos show Prince Harry arriving at the airport in an Audi-E-Tron electric car. It would be some 30 minutes, however, before Prince Harry would actually board the private jet.
Reports say that he had to send a Range Rover back to Montecito, California, to get his polo equipment. The Range Rover eventually made it to the airport, where a sports equipment bag was shuttled, via golf cart, to the private jet.
At this point, Prince Harry boarded the aircraft: the Bombardier Challenger 600. It is a private jet that reportedly belongs to Marc Ganzi, a businessman who is said to be somewhat of a polo enthusiast. Apparently, Harry was offered a ride on the private jet as it was already carrying people to the same location that Harry was headed.
The destination was a one-day charity event that was held in Aspen, Colorado. The event was a polo tournament that raised money for Senteale, Harry’s HIV charity.
After the tournament, Prince Harry is said to have flew back to California by way of commercial airline.
A walking contradiction
The reason why this is a story is that Prince Harry is a well-known climate activist and it is well established that these private jet trips stand in direct opposition to the left’s climate change agenda.
This, of course, hasn’t stopped elites, like Harry, from using private jets. Harry, on at least one occasion, in 2019, attempted to explain away his private jet usage.
“I spend 99% of my life traveling the world by commercial,” he said. “Occasionally there needs to be an opportunity based on a unique circumstance to ensure my family is safe, and it’s genuinely as simple as that. But as I said in my speech, for me, it’s about balance.”
Still, it’s not an explanation that is going to resonate with many – especially when he is using a private jet to attend a polo tournament.
The whole situation simply comes off as another case of rules for thee but not for me.