How to securely get a key from a key server?

In the installation procedure of Gentoo, there is a step to check signature of the downloaded iso file. To do so, we first need to download the set of keys from a key server:

$   gpg --keyserver hkps:// --recv-keys 0xBB572E0E2D182910 

However, when I first run this command, I got the following error:

$   gpg --keyserver hkps:// --recv-keys 0xBB572E0E2D182910 gpg: requesting key 2D182910 from hkps server gpgkeys: HTTP fetch error 60: server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none 

If I correctly understand this error, that means gpg can’t trust the CA that emitted the certificate of the key server. To fix this issue, I need to add the certificate of the CA to my list of trusted certificates.

The question is: how can I get this certificate in a safely manner? By safe, I mean the certificate can’t be compromised by a man-in-the-middle attack, for instance.

Using openssl, I can see the certificate of the key server is signed by

$   openssl s_client -showcerts -connect CONNECTED(00000005) depth=1 C = NO, ST = Oslo, O = CA, CN = CA verify error:num=19:self signed certificate in certificate chain 

But how can I trust the certificate given by this command? How can I be sure no attacker falsified the anwser?