It also moves climate change into the spotlight as the US heads toward the 2020 presidential election.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-New York, published the details of the "Green New Deal" proposal and a "frequently asked questions" section on February 5, then pulled them from her website on February 7.
Campus Reform asked students whether they were for or against the deal, which aims to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Ocasio-Cortez's office released the resolution to reporters on Wednesday night with a separate FAQ document that seemed to contradict some aspects of the resolution, including taking stances on nuclear energy and farming emissions that didn't appear in the official document. Where is America going when major policy is being dictated by things a bartender in Queens once overheard while she was mixing drinks. Another added, "sometimes you need to take extreme measures to save the environment, but I think this is too extreme". He called the project "daunting" but said in a Facebook post, "The real question is, can we afford not to enact the Green New Deal?" Thinking it was real, Epshteyn began debating with the "confused" parody account. Angus King (I-Maine.) and former Obama Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz-both of whom have suggested the goals outlined in the Green New Deal resolution are unrealistic-Murphy strongly disagreed with their assessment.
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"I think if we didn't do that, then we're gonna be killing ourselves basically, so we need to take care of ourselves", a different student said.
Ocasio-Cortez jumped in on the fun, slamming her right wing critics for spreading "misinformation" about her and joking that they can't even smear her properly.
"I have a 10-year-old and a seven-year-old", he continued.