‘I Thought You Were Reducing Methane Emissions’ Lauren Boebert Mocks Report That Biden Loudly Flatulated in Front of British Duchess at Climate Summit

A recent report accuses President Joe Biden of having loudly flatulated at the Glasgow COP26 climate conference in front of the British Duchess Camilla Parker.

Parker is the Duchess of Cornwall, a member of the British royal family as the wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, heir apparent to the British throne.

According to the report, Camilla was apparently blown away by the smelly incident and “hasn’t stopped talking about it” since: “It was long and loud and impossible to ignore,”

U.S. House Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) mocked Biden over the report and chided him in a tweet, “I thought you were reducing methane emissions, Joe.”

As Breitbart pointed out, Biden had ironically earlier pledged that one of the most important things society faces in the near term is to “reduce our methane emissions as quickly as possible.”

From Breitbart:

At the diplomatic reception, which was originally supposed to have been hosted by the Queen until she was ordered to rest by doctors, Biden was seen sharing a joke with Prince William, at one stage placing a hand on his shoulder.

The 78-year-old leader was also snapped falling asleep before his untimely release in front of the wife of Prince Charles.

His eyes closed for 30 seconds, and he was woken up by a man in a suit at the conference on Monday afternoon sparking the U.S. leader to quickly uncross his arms and began to clap for the opening speaker, as Breitbart News reported.

This was not the first time the president has been accused of being less than economical with wind.

In May 2020 he was accused of audibly farting during a campaign livestream.

On that occasion Biden was appearing with Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and as the candidate was speaking, he shifted in his chair, and a strange noise was heard.

The White House declined to comment last night, the Mail reports.

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