Cory Booker Announces His Own $3,000,000,000,000.00 Green New Deal

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NEWARK-Climate change, according to progressive liberal Democrat Cory Booker (D-NJ) is a real threat to civilization.  Like his cohorts of the Justice Democrats, including Alexandria Cortez, Booker is trying to sell Americans a new lease on their future in the form of a 3 trillion dollar bill he just proposed in the Senate.

That’s right, $3,000,000,000,000.00.

“To end the real and growing threat of climate change and to create a more just country for everyone, we must heal these past mistakes and act boldly to create a green and equitable future. That’s exactly what I’ll do as president,” Booker said in a press release.

Booker said the bill proposes to end climate change and income inequality.

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Others, including his 2020 Republican challenger Hirsh Singh said his plan is no different from Cortez’s outlandish Green New Deal.

“Cory Booker’s bill is the Green New Deal with another name attached to it and shows how disconnected from reality the Senator really is,” Singh said. “It’s time to close the book on Cory Booker and get New Jersey and America back on the right track.”

Related: Cory Booker’s Newark, New Jersey water crisis.

Booker said his new deal would see the United States reenter the Paris Climate Agreement, stop natural gas pipelines and earmark $50,000,000,000.00 to advance environmental justice in cities like Newark, New Jersey.    Newark, where Booker served as mayor is battling an environmental water crisis of epic proportions due to city mismanagement of water supplies that has infected large chunks of the city and made drinking water harmful for human consumption.

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Booker mandates that all passenger vehicles in America have zero carbon emissions by 2030.

“Cory Booker’s version of the Green New Deal might even be worse than Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s version,”  Singh added.  “Cory Booker doesn’t exactly have the best environmental track record in his home city of Newark where he turned a blind eye to water contamination for decades…He couldn’t even fix his own city, how does he expect us to take him seriously on this?”

 

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