Sen. Elizabeth's Warren's energy deprivation plan for America: No new houses or buildings, 'zero carbon' cars & electricity production & no drilling on federal lands and no nuclear energy.
“What scares me is every time you go back to the scientists, they tell you two things,” the senator said. “It’s worse than we thought, and we have less time.“ That means we’ve got to be willing to do things, for example, like regulation. By 2028, no new buildings, no new houses, without a zero carbon footprint.” And she’s coming for your car and electricity bill, too.“By 2030, trucks — light-duty trucks and cars, zero carbon footprint. By 2035, all production of electricity, zero carbon footprint,” Warren said.
“We do three regulations, we can cut our carbon footprint by 70 percent,” she said...“We’re not going to build any nuclear power plants and we’re going to start weaning ourselves off nuclear energy and replacing it with renewable fuels,” she said during CNN’s mammoth climate town hall back in September.
Broadcast January 10, 2020 - Fox News Channel - Tucker Carlson Tonight
Morano: "This is a man, Sen. Sanders, who was on Colbert again, last night warned of it being dangerous climate change, but he can't even for an ounce walk the walk or walk the talk and his situation here."
Livelong vegan Joaquin Phoenix was one of those actors who made efforts to change the toxic ways of the old and urged fellow actors and audience to make some little efforts to save the planet. He also stated that he will be wearing the same suit, for every award function this year...
This year’s Golden Globe Awards function was seen making efforts to save the planet, and the meals they served included vegan food and things that were locally available. Joaquin has been associated with Veganism and its link to climate change...Fans of the actor are supporting the actor, and are planning to reduce their carbon footprint. ...
But a few were quick to point out celebrity wealth and privilege — “Wow just one tux for a whole month what a hero,” one Instagram user commented — and former Fox News contributor Megyn Kelly agreed, slamming the three-time Oscar nominee on Twitter.
“Well said @JaniceDean. How out of touch are these ppl?? Oh the sacrifice! Just ONE tuxedo! Spare us,” she wrote, to which journalist Emily Zanotti replied: “I’m going to rewear my Stella McCartney jeans (that I got secondhand for $35) today, just to feel like a climate change hero.”
'With the closing of the second decade of the 21st Century, much to reflect upon how climate change alarmism has itself alarmingly morphed into something much more dangerous, visceral, urgent, ideologically driven and immediate as regards public perception and societal impact.'