Greta Thunberg Complains About “Overcrowded” Train On Her Way Home, Forgets To Mention Her First-Class Seat

While this is arguably the most insignificant lie Greta Thunberg has told, it’s still worth considering and adding to the pile of garbage the teenage climate alarmist has been peddling on her trans-Atlantic tirade.

On her way back home to Sweden (finally,) Thunberg complained of “overcrowded” public transit and shared a stark photo of herself sitting amidst a pile of luggage.

“Traveling on overcrowded trains through Germany,” Thunberg tweeted. “And I’m finally on my way home!”

I mean, is she complaining about overpopulation, or is she just totally unaware that overcrowded public transit is the reality in the “sustainable” future she’s squawking about?

At any rate, the railway had another side to the story.

According to the Guardian, Deutsche Bahn responded to Thunberg’s tweet, writing, “Dear Greta, thank you for supporting us railroaders in the fight against climate change! We were happy that you travelled with us on Saturday in the ICE 74 … but it would have been even nicer had you also reported how friendly and competently you were looked after by our team at your seat in the first class.”

Thunberg was, of course, taken to task over her original tweet by several fine People of Twitter™:

After being fact-checked by Deutsche Bahn, Thunberg clarified her original tweet with a little more context:

Yeah, sure kid. I’m sure she’ll be thrilled when radical green socialism takes over Europe and she has to travel like this:


Happy trails, Greta.