Published: Fri, April 05, 2019
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Republican Matt Gaetz intros 'Green Real Deal' to tackle climate change

Republican Matt Gaetz intros 'Green Real Deal' to tackle climate change

Outside of bullying the "bespectacled" Hayes on the corporate news network playground, Carlson also took pot-shots at AOC, calling her "a moron and nasty" "more self-righteous than any televangelist, " and mocking her for not having any children. which admittedly did little to counter the freshman congresswoman's claims that her opponents often resort to name calling over policy debate.

The Green New Deal, which calls for a comprehensive restructuring of the economy in order to transition to 100 percent renewable energy within twelve years, would cost between $51 and $93 trillion in new government spending, according to the estimates of the American Action Forum.

It's not every day that one gets to watch a prominent politician drop popcorn on the floor of their unfurnished apartment then invoke the five-second rule, but not much is traditional about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

"This scheme allowed Ocasio-Cortez to gain an unfair advantage by receiving illegally excessive contributions and illegally subsidized campaign services", the complaint states. "The Green New Deal isn't a plan".

"Job guarantees, housing guarantees: things that on its face sound good, but I just do not believe are possible; they're not economically feasible", he said.

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Gaetz said he believed in climate change, adding that "history will judge harshly my Republican colleagues who deny the science of climate change".

Gaetz says that he's reached out to Ocasio-Cortez to talk to her about his approach, expressing optimism that the two members could find common ground on the issue. "My suspicion is that we won't be able to reverse these trends with regulation".

Serving in the House minority, his proposal is unlikely to be considered for a vote, but he insists the proposal is not an oblique attempt to troll Democrats like Ocasio-Cortez.

"This is very simple because I'm not one to deal in subtleties". "We don't need the Democratic version of 'repeal and replace'".

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