Mike Rowe reacted to the world's billionaires gathering in Davos at the Word Economic Forum (WEF) summit to discuss climate change.
Rowe blasted the influencers in an interview on "The Ingraham Angle" for wasting enormous resources to blame everyone else for the world's problems.
Mike Rowe reacts to Davos
These are billionaires … who fly privately to this resort to basically blame the everyday guy for all of the trouble in the worldhttps://t.co/hVtTfiQ06u
— Perry Fellwock (@FellwockPerry) January 19, 2023
"These are billionaires and very, very, very wealthy people who fly privately to this resort to basically blame the everyday guy for all of the trouble in the world," Rowe said.
He argued that "people can see through the hypocrisy."
NEW - FBI director, the CEOs of Amazon, BlackRock, and Pfizer, as well as Gates Foundation officials to reportedly attend Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum summit in Davos next week.https://t.co/KtpEtzvO44
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 9, 2023
The comments follow widespread controversy over the world's elite gathering in Switzerland for the event. FBI Director Christopher Wray, the CEOs of Amazon, BlackRock, and Pfizer, as well as Gates Foundation officials, were all expected in attendance.
In addition, former Vice President Al Gore and Biden administration climate czar John Kerry both spoke at the event, blaming climate change for many of the world's issues.
The controversial leader of the event is Klaus Schwab, the WEF summit's president and founder.
Klaus is also one of the world's wealthies people and was involved in hosting the G-20 last year.
🚨 The World Economic Forum's Davos summit is now open. Klaus Schwab, it's President and Founder, is one of the most influential men in human history.
➡️ He even participated in the G-20 summit of world leaders last November. pic.twitter.com/jEazDo76Rr
— Anti WEF (@ANTlWEF) January 16, 2023
The elite gathering may make for interesting headlines, but Rowe points out that the event is largely a blame-game of elites versus the rest of the world as they gather in their exclusive community.
Source: Fox News