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House Republican leader wastes no time in freaking out over Green New Deal

House Republican leader wastes no time in freaking out over Green New Deal

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) disagrees with the overwhelming majorities of both parties that support greater investment in clean energy.

On precisely the exact same day Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) introduced a Green New Deal resolution to deal with climate crisis and make countless high wage occupations, McCarthy took to Twitter to state , “‘The green dream’ is really a nightmare. ”

“The green dream” is really a nightmare. #TBT pic.twitter.com/Zn32l6I2Dt

— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) February 7, 2019

“Green dream” is a term House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) used to refer to the Green New Deal in a Politico interview Wednesday.

McCarthy’s tweet includes videos of Pelosi and President Barack Obama explaining that investing in clean energy is essential for a number of reasons, such as keeping U.S. technological preeminence, national security, and fostering the economy.

These are the very exact reasons that raised federal support for clean energy has these broad support across the political spectrum.

McCarthy’s movie then proceeds to rehash the misleading GOP attack in the Department of Energy’s advance program, which funded a wonderful many technical champions — such as Elon Musk’s Tesla — and a couple unsuccessful companies, most famously the solar power company Solyndra.

What’s odd about this is that the loan program was exceptionally successful, making a $5 billion profit. The numerous winners paid taxpayers back vastly more income than was dropped by the couple unsuccessful companies.

was really launched by President George W. Bush and his administration pushed the Solyndra loan for two years.

Objectively, the DOE’s investment in renewables under Obama (and other presidents) must be considered a huge success. After all, the price of core technologies such as solar, wind, and batteries also have dropped sharply in recent years while the use of clean energy has soared.

Finally, asked whether they would support a Green New Deal into “generate 100% of the nation’s electricity from clean, renewable resources within another 10 years,” Republicans across the political spectrum mentioned yes to “. ”

Yale-GMU climate shift poll shows 64 percent of Republicans support to 100% renewable electricity over ten years.

Therefore that the Green New Deal is only a nightmare into the intense conservative Republicans in Congress that are in the pocket of fossil fuel firms and that refuse to confirm what their components — and Americans — support strongly.

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