Warren: Green New Deal Doesn’t Go ‘Far Enough’
The Green New Deal promised a “massive transformation of our society,” with goals that include eliminating air travel, cars, fossil fuels, and nuclear energy, as well as retrofitting every building in America to be energy efficient.
While most sane people understood the plan was a fantasy, albeit a dangerous one, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Thursday she doesn’t believe the $93 trillion proposal goes far enough.
“What I want to see us do is get off an oil economy, and not only for ourselves but for the rest of the world,” Warren said during a CNN town hall event.
“I want to see us move entirely to green, and let me say on this, I not only support a Green New Deal, I don’t think it goes far enough,” she added. “I also have a blue new deal cause we have got to be thinking about our oceans as well that we need to protect.”
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) February 21, 2020
Warren may claim she has lofty goals to save the planet, but her decision to fly around the country on a private jet shows just how committed she is.
Earlier this month the Massachusetts Democrat was caught traveling on a private plane to New Hampshire after the Iowa caucuses. When she saw she was being filmed, she quickly stepped behind her staffer to hide.
Hahaha Warren was clearly trying to hide behind one of her staffers when she noticed someone was filming her get off the private jet. pic.twitter.com/M9HPqw6657
— Cameron Cawthorne (@Cam_Cawthorne) February 4, 2020
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