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NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Top White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on Thursday, conservative activists summoned to watch “stand by” in the midst of the advance of socialism on the left, as he is also called, “socialism on trial” and “convict.”
“I would like to that you said socialism on trial” Kudlow, during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, outside of Washington.
“I don’t want us to sit idly by,” the former CNBC host said. “I don’t want to leave to fester these things. I would like to question it. I want it to be discussed. I want it to be refuted. And I want to condemn socialism.”
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The sharp-tongued economic guru tackled-what turned out to be fast as a recurring theme of this year’s CPAC: Democrats’ embrace of progressive causes, such as “Medicare for all” and the Green New Deal.
“The Green New Deal would literally destroy the economy. Literally,” Kudlow said. “It’s knock out power, Transport, airlines, jobs, companies would. We would probably lose 10-15 percent of our GDP. It is remarkable.”
He’s mocking the other “crazy ideas” adopted by some Democrats, such as the end of private health insurance, and guaranteed jobs “even for those who do not want to work.”
“It’s never worked,” said Kudlow. “It has never worked. The old Soviet Union, it will not work and can not work. Venezuela proves it again.”
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The annual gathering of conservative activists, experts and officials comes at a time when the democratic majority in the house, and the growing area by 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, for an array of extensions to government. To identify a handful of the elected legislators, like democratic socialists, but many more have signed on to the policy they represent, such as the Green New Deal.
They argue that the challenges, such as climate change, and unaffordable health care coverage will require bold action from Washington.
“The whole premise of the Green New Deal is that we are screwed on the climate. I’m sorry to break it to you,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, said in an Instagram-Live-video.
But some Democrats have warned that this policy could moderate voters off in the election of 2020. At CPAC and beyond, the Republican and the democratic party have with the question as to the hammer as a whole.
“The majority of the people in this room know that socialism is just stupid,” Rick Harrison, the star of the reality TV show “Pawn Stars”, told the CPAC audience on Thursday. “It’s literally like heroin. The first shot is Super. For a little bit, it’s wonderful, but then the rest of your life will be hell on earth. And that is literally what the socialists do.”
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“What is America’s biggest problem? Not socialism in Russia, but in America,” the former trump adviser Sebastian Gorka, told the audience on Thursday morning, compared to the Green New Deal to a watermelon: “Green on the outer side, deep, deep red on the inside.”
North Carolina Rep. in addition, Ocasio Cortez referred to the meadows of the past vows to pay their employees a wage by the reduction of the salary of senior staff in your office.
“She’s really serious about it,” meadows told the crowd. “Maybe you need to keep your money in there.”
Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan knocked Democrats for a comprehensive policy such as the Green New Deal, the abolition of ICE cream and higher taxes for the wealthy.
“That’s how radical they are,” he said, predicting the President of Trump wins re-election against a Democratic candidate to embrace these guidelines.
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Also Thursday, the prospect of Trump in front of a 2020, the primary challenge was initiated by the Republican National Committee Chairman, Ronna McDaniel, said, “you have the right to jump in and lose. This is in order. You will lose terribly.”
Trump is scheduled to appear at CPAC on Saturday when the conference ended.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.