Rep. Max Rose Lays Waste To ‘Massive Socialist’ Green New Deal

Rep. Max Rose Lays Waste To ‘Massive Socialist’ Green New Deal

Rep. Max Rose Lays Waste To ‘Massive Socialist’ Green New Deal

A New York Democrat is pushing back against his own party's growing support for the Green New Deal, revealing in an interview that he does not agree with the "massive socialist" ideas in the deal.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) hold a news conference for their proposed "Green New Deal" at the Capitol in Washington, on February 7, 2019.

"I believe that my constituents will be impacted - they already have been really, by stronger hurricanes, by oscillations in climate and weather that impact farming and agriculture", Gaetz said.

According to Gaetz, the Green Real Deal focuses on promoting innovation and "rejects regulation as the driving force of reform".


Gaetz emphasized that the Green Real Deal does not include a carbon tax because "it would merely report carbon producing jobs, it would not reduce global emissions".

"One of the great things about technological innovation is that we haven't found out a way to make it partisan yet, and so we can actually bring Republicans and Democrats together to use innovative technologies to generate a cleaner environment and we don't need excessive regulations to do it", Geatz said. Max Rose (D-N.Y.) explained to WNET's "MetroFocus" why he believes the new deal is unwarranted. They consist of, "an worldwide marketplace that is fair to American innovators", "a modernized electric grid", a cut on federal land regulations in order to promote renewable energy development and, "an inclusive technology doctrine", that will allow, "scalable, modular nuclear reactors" and other inventions to be put into action.

The Republican politician stated: "I'm only afraid that we're going to be too hard on the Green New Deal and they're not going to do it because I want them to do it".

Controversial Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez confused countless Americans this week; posting a freakish rant on social media while assembling furniture that warned the United States has just "12 years left" before "the world ends".

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