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Democratic 2020 hopefuls sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, clashed on Tuesday in the primaries, the debate on the question of how the issue of climate change, with Ryan telling the boisterous, democratic, socialist: “you don’t have to yell.”
Ryan, the representative for blue-collar district in Ohio, the concern expressed about Sanders’ energy-plans to combat climate change. Asked about the opposition on Tuesday, the democratic debate, he instead, he pushed a plan that he said would include the cooperation with the private sector and emerging technologies, to “dominate the electric vehicle market”, as well as battery-markets and other areas of clean energy technology.
TIM RYAN CALLED FOR THE PLACEMENT OF THE HAND ON THE HEART FOR THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AT THE DEBATE
Sanders answered by saying that he was always “a little tired of Democrats fear big ideas.” He went on to say that the Republicans have great ideas that you provide, such as tax cuts.
“So please don’t tell me that we are not able to take on the fossil fuel industry, and it happens nothing, as long as we do that, there is the bottom line,” he shouted.
He went on to say that the energy-industry practices that are destroying the planet “is criminal and should not happen.”
Ryan seemed confused by Sanders’ aggressive reaction to the proposals, the Sanders supports a ban of natural gas vehicles by the year 2040.
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“I did not say we could not reach it until 2040, Bernie, you don’t have to yell,” he said, causing laughter from the audience.
“All I’m saying is, we have to invent to get us out of this thing, and if we wait until 2040 for a ban on petrol cars, we are screwed, so we better get to work.”