On the other hand, I find his activism in the area of global warming troubling. This week, he is hosting a conference of mayors from around the world to discuss the issue. He is also linking human trafficking to global warming.
I take note that our flaky old governor, "Run Down" Jerry Brown is in Rome taking time off from the problems we have here in California and trying to ram through his high speed railroad. Yesterday, Jerry warned the world that we "may already have gone over the edge on global warming and that humanity must reverse course or face extinction."
Many think that Jerry Brown went over the edge decades ago.
I also note that San Francisco mayor Ed Lee is taking time off from the heat in his city over the sanctuary city mess in the wake of the murder of one of his citizens by an illegal alien career criminal. He is also in Rome along with NY mayor Bill de Blasio -no doubt both learning new ways to make life harder for their citizens when they return. Maybe de Blasio will find a way to blame New York's rising crime wave to global warming.
I don't mean to make light of human trafficking, which is one of the worst scourges in the world today, but I think to link it to global warming is not only a stretch but a cynical attempt to push the global warming agenda.