Harrison Ford and Beef Burger-Loving Attendees at U.N. Climate Conference

By Craig Bannister | December 12, 2019 | 3:48pm EST
Harrison Ford at Madrid Climate Conference (Screenshot)

Attendees at this week’s U.N. climate conference in Madrid, Spain are lining up to buy all-beef burgers, despite the summit’s call to ban meat consumption, Publisher Marc Morano reveals in a video provided to

Morano, author of “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change,” confirmed that the popular Burger King in the climate conference does not offer the fast-food chain’s non-meat “Impossible Burger,” so only beef burgers are sold there.

Morano also caught up with Actor/Activist Harrison Ford – asking Ford about the actor’s claim that he uses his private plane to fly to his favorite cheeseburger restaurant.

“I’m a vegetarian now, thank you,” Harrison Ford replied without revealing whether or not he flies his plane to patronize his favorite salad bars and vegetarian restaurants.

As some climate conference attendees enjoyed their Burger King fare, others stood outside dressed in animal costumes and waving signs to protest meat consumption.

Watch Morano’s exposé from the floor of the 2019 U.N. Climate Conference in Madrid.


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