It appears that Bernie Sanders has the complete set of the Shield of Sanctimony and the Cloak of Hypocrisy.
Bernie Sanders took a private jet to the Vatican to address a conference on wealth inequality on Friday, hours after attacking Hillary Clinton over her stance on fossil fuels.
The Democratic candidate is believed to have flown with fewer than 50 people aboard the Delta 767, a jet that can carry between 211 and 261 people.
Joining him on the more than 8,500-mile round trip flight were his wife, Jane, and 10 family members, including four grandchildren.
The whole trip would have used up to 33,193 gallons of fuel, calculated MailOnline, which noted that an average American – who is estimated to fly only 7,500 miles per year – releases fewer carbon emissions via aircraft in 12 months than Mr Sanders did for the trip to Rome. Read more »