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A new campaign ad from Colorado Democrat Andrew Romanoff shows a little girl complaining about climate change in a “not-too-distant future”, to block where your family is, the sun and hide from extreme temperatures.
“What I miss most is the sun,” a young girl says in the ad. The video, released on Monday, shows a man in a protective suit, to block the sun light in the, what seems to be an underground shelter for the girl and her family. It is a part of Romanoff’s Senate bid, which he presented as a challenge to the establishment, Democrats, not hard enough on climate change.
The fictional scene includes a radio broadcast reports that the temperature is 127 degrees Fahrenheit, and the air quality index is located at 420 — even in the Ex area for pollution.
“This place makes me sad,” the girl adds, before adding that her baby brother will be born into a world that “is not safe for him.” “Anybody out there … don’t go outside,” the radio added. The display appears, hit the girl, the parents “fight a lot” because of climate change, an apparent reference to the claims, which increases the atmospheric phenomenon, which is the chance that domestic violence.
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At the end of the scene, Romanoff warns: “The way is the stuff of fiction or some far, threat.” In an interview about the ad, Romanoff, some people have been suggested already live in a “bright Cape” as a result of climate change.
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Romanoff, who formerly served as Colorado House Speaker, appeared to be pan-media coverage, its display on an article that asked if his presentation was “good policy”.
He also took a shot at the former Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper, who ran for the 2020 democratic presidential nomination, urging moderation among a wave of more progressive candidates.
“The press (like Hickenlooper) has ignored most of the #cosen debate, rather the horse race & the money hunting on the content of this campaign. You will not find, our platform is in the news,” he tweeted.
Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., who Romanoff is trying to unseat, mocked the ad on Monday.
“This display is crazy. Someone on Andrew Romanoff can?” he tweeted.
Monday’s ad was just the latest of the heated rhetoric around the climate change as the nation approaches the year 2020, the elections. Climate activists for years, are calling for bolder reforms, as the leading Democrats ‘ skepticism about the political feasibility of the plans, such as the Green New Deal Express driven by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY
Both House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif, sen., have the kibosh put on something that provokes ambitious — criticism from activists such as Romanoff. Romanoff ad, in particular, shows Feinstein include a request to examine the Green New Deal, saying it would not pass the Senate. If the Senate voted for a Green New Deal resolution in the year 2019, it is a vote failed in what many Democrats described as a sham.
The 2020 elections, Romanoff says, are perhaps the “last-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and you save the world we know and the hopes of billions not yet born.”
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“We are frittering away the chance to be business as usual,” he said, before he clips of Hickenlooper, President Trump and Gardner. The potential race between Gardner and Romanoff would probably be just one of the many highlight of the climate change until 2020.
The sunrise movement, allied with Ocasio-Cortez, recently a list of insurgent candidates who have tried to challenge the incumbent Democrats released that were supposed to moderate to the question.