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Former Rep. Beto O’rourke, D-Texas, has a number of eyebrow-raising claims in a new interview, including the fix that we have 10 years, climate change, and that President Trump is responsible for a rise in hate crimes across the country.
“The clock is ticking,” says O’rourke said during an episode of “Pod Save America.” “The scientists tell us that it will remain around ten years to give us the liberation from a dependence on fossil fuels, to ensure that each and every one of us do our part, that we, the enrichment of these communities — often lower-income and communities of color.”
O’rourke told the podcast host, Tommy Vietor, that the climate change would be his first legislative priority when entering office.
“When I think about the greatest danger that we face, it is the fact that the climate is changing,” he said. He added that the climate is changing, to prevent, because the human emissions of greenhouse gases, which do not act in an undefined “excesses”, and through it.
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Floods in Texas and Iowa, as well as fires in Caifornia, were recommended to the consequence of climate change, O’rourke.
His remarks came about in the midst of a broader debate in the Democratic party, how aggressive the politicians should tackle the problem. Both the party of the frontrunner, former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., supports the ambitious “Green New Deal” proposed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY
Ocasio-Cortez, the ends famously joked about the world in 12 years, knocked O’rourke’s own climate plan, saying it was not aggressive enough.
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O’rourke and Vietor, what has been proposed-the right of the “radicalisation” online. “Young people are there, and receive training in the intolerance, which is going to manifest itself in violence,” O’rourke said before the debt is trump for an increase in hate crimes.
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“Have you seen a rise in hate crime each of the last three years in this country — and a lot of that Donald Trump,” he said before adding that many also came from the internet.
O’rourke was lagging behind in the polls but still many in the long list of candidates vying for the party nomination. He was also in the position to, a point on the first Democratic primary debates, which will be held in June 26 and 27.