Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stated within an interview that the world will end in 12 years because of Climate Change unless the Government takes action to change the outcome.
Cortez has a plan of political action to combat the outlandish effects of Climate change; The Green New Deal. Cortez has said in the paat regarding her Green New Deal that taxes may increase on the wealthy by up to 70% to pay for her proposal which could cost nearly $30 trillion in the first 10 years alone.
The proposal is radical and one that is gaining support among the younger generations because of fearmongering talking points used by Cortez and Bernie Sanders.
The Green New Deal, according to Crotez, will also apparently remove all forms of racial inequality and completely revamp how health care works in America.
The proposal itself is a radical idea according to Cortez, who now is claiming that should the government not take action now, the world will end in 12 years.
Outlandish fearmongering is common within the ranks of the climate change finatics. In fact, according to Al Gore; the ice caps should have melted by the year 2014.
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However, the climate change enthusiasts have upped their game; Cortez, who is now leading the charge, claims that the world will end in less than 12 years.
“And I think the part of it that is generational is that millennials and people, in Gen Z, and all these folks that come after us are looking up and we’re like, the world is gonna end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change. You’re biggest issue, your biggest issue is how are going to pay for it? — and like this is the war, this is our World War II. And I think for younger people looking at this are more like, how are we saying let’s take it easy when 3,000 Americans died last year, how are we saying let’s take it easy when the end person died from our cruel and unjust criminal justice system?
How are we saying take it easy, the America that we’re living in today is dystopian with people sleeping in their cars so they can work a second job without healthcare and we’re told to settle down. It’s a fundamental separation between that fierce urgency of now, the why we can’t wait that King spoke of.
That at some point this chronic reality do reach a breaking point and I think for our generation it reached that, I wished I didn’t have to be doing every post, but sometimes I just feel like people aren’t being held accountable. Until, we start pitching in and holding people accountable, I’m just gonna let them have it.”