Earth Day used to be like Christmas for liberal politicians. They’d all gather around trees, sing songs and air perceived grievances against Mother Earth. Well, maybe it was more like Festivus for liberals, but you get the drift.

They would congregate in large messy groups in parks, repair a trail, plant a tree, or at the very least attend a rally and make speeches about recycling and planting gardens.

Now they can’t even be bothered to do anything but instruct a staffer to tweet something cynical and partisan to benefit the Democrat Party.

U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, who is trailing in the Democratic primary for governor, didn’t participate in any Sierra Club events, but he did announce their endorsement of him. Then he did some virtual littering by trashing Trump.

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet recalls that one time he spent time outdoors with family and experienced nature.

Cary Kennedy, who is leading the Democratic pack in their primary, was MIA. And Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne, another gubernatorial contender, gave yet another virtual reality shout-out to the Earth through Twitter.

Meanwhile, U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, who is no longer running for governor and does not have a challenger this year, made the rest of his colleagues look like a bunch of slackers who don’t practice what they preach.