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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez-rips, Mitch McConnell, don’t vote for the Green New Deal: “He wants to save our planet’

nearvideo Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell sets procedural vote on the Green New Deal

Democratic strategist Scott Bolden and Republican pollster John Thomas, Kentucky Republican sen. Mitch McConnell, the decision to call a vote on the Green New Deal is to weigh.

Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, does not want to save the planet, and we think “can drink all the oil in 30 years.”

Or at least, that the cargo is delivered to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-voices of Cortez in front of the Senate on your Green New Deal.

Talk to Vox reporter Ella Nilsen, Ocasio-Cortez, accused McConnell of noise, a voice, and do not want to take action against climate change “, because he thinks that we can drink the oil 30 years from now, when all our water is poisoned.

“What does McConnell is that he is trying to rush this bill to the floor, not without work, without a hearing… by the Committee because he wants to save our planet. Because he thinks that we can drink it, the oil in 30 years, when all our water is poisoned,” she allegedly said.

OCASIO-CORTEZ BLASTS GOP’S FORTHCOMING “A BLUFF VOICE’ ON THE GREEN NEW DEAL

Progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said on Tuesday before the Senate in a vote on her Green New Deal and slammed majority Leader Mitch McConnell to share for the noise of the bill in what many see as an attempt by Democrats
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TO VOTE TO PUT MCCONNELL GREEN NEW DEAL, FORCING THE DEMOCRATS TO GO ON RECORD

A Senate test-vote on the Green New Dea on Tuesday afternoon.

Many Senate Democrats have slammed the vote as a “Farce” and an attempt by Republican leaders to share democratic politicians discussed legislation, who have not had the opportunity, still, in Congress.

Democratic Sen. Edward Markey, who co-sponsored the proposed legislation with Ocasio-Cortez, said that the Green New Deal was meant to encourage debate around the 2020 presidential election about how best to deal with the thorny issue of climate change-not a quick vote in the Senate.

To share In a tweet on Monday, McConnell apparently accusations that he was tampering with the vote, Democrats raised.

“I could not be more glad that the American people have the opportunity to learn exactly where each of your senators are on the “Green New Deal”: a radical, top-down, socialist redesign of the entire U.S. economy,” he wrote.

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Many Democrats plan to vote “present.”

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