AOC Nominated For Emmy For Green New Deal Film Or Something

Y’all remember the Green New Deal, right? It was the piece of something or other submitted by AOC and Senator Ed Markey back in February of 2019, which the House of Representatives, run by Democrats, has never voted on. It was voted on in the Senate, and every Democrat voted “present”, including main sponsor Ed Markey. AOC had a fit over the Senate voting on “her” legislation. And, to this day, AOC hasn’t bothered demanding a vote on it. Yet

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez nominated for Emmy for Green New Deal film

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was nominated for an Emmy for her film project “Art of the Green New Deal.”

The seven-minute film, which was a collaboration with The Intercept, is narrated by Ocasio-Cortez and illustrated by Molly Crabapple.

“Set a couple of decades from now, it’s a flat-out rejection of the idea that a dystopian future is a forgone conclusion,” The Intercept article introducing the video states. “Instead, it offers a thought experiment: What if we decided not to drive off the climate cliff? What if we chose to radically change course and save both our habitat and ourselves?”

Yet, she’s not pushing for a vote on it. Weird, eh? But, then, this isn’t about the climate, but control.

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2 Responses to “AOC Nominated For Emmy For Green New Deal Film Or Something”

  1. Dana says:

    Ahh, yes, Senator Ed Markey (D-MA), who yesterday called the atomic bombing of Hiroshima to try to force Japan to surrender an “atrocity.” I guess that he’s woke enough that he would rather have seen tens of thousands, perhaps even hundreds of thousands of American soldiers and Marines wounded or killed in the invasion of Honshu.

    President Truman’s responsibility was to save the lives of American soldiers, not Japanese civilians.

  2. david7134 says:

    They seem to forget the firebombing of Jap cities. Far worse than the bomb. It can be argued that the bomb saved Jap lives because an invasion would have killed many more. Besides, if people really knew about Jap biologics warfare they would have kept on dropping bombs.

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