First Time Climate Cultist Voters Are Super Mad (but still won’t actually vote)

If they’re so angry and want things done, why aren’t they changing their own lives? Why do they always want to force their beliefs on Other People with no consequences in their own lives?

‘It makes me so angry’: First-time voters want leaders to act now on climate change

Anna Mohr-Almeida was only 8 years old when she first experienced a feeling of existential dread. By the time she was 10, the phrase “climate change” had become a regular part of her vocabulary. By 14, she had started an environmental nonprofit, marched at climate rallies across Phoenix and beyond, and testified at an Environmental Protection Agency hearing.

Sounds like her parents and teachers should be investigated for child abuse, making this child a mental mess

Today’s young people are coming of age during a global pandemic, renewed uprisings against systemic racism and one of the most polarized political moments in American history.

One in ten eligible voters in the 2020 electorate will be part of this new generation of Americans, known as Generation Z. Members of Gen Z are more racially and ethnically diverse than any previous generation. They have never known a world without smartphones.

They’re also the first generation who can be realistically unsure about how much of the Earth will be habitable in the latter half of their lives. They will live to see which of many climate projections play out.

Thirty years from now, when the youngest Gen Zers are in their mid-50s, human-propelled climate change could displace over 1 billion people and ruin ecosystems.

Yet, they still won’t show up in any sort of numbers, if history is any indicator.

These young voters believe the climate crisis should bring the country together, not pull it further apart. Americans are often politically divided about the causes and seriousness of climate change, but there is strong public support across party lines for a variety of climate and renewable energy policies.

Hey, we’re all for higher taxes and losing our freedom, liberty, and choice, right? Those should bring us all together, right? Them first.

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13 Responses to “First Time Climate Cultist Voters Are Super Mad (but still won’t actually vote)”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    But what if these voting age Americans DO show up to vote?

  2. Jl says:

    They’re all going to die in less than 12 years anyway, so why vote?

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    TEACH: Sounds like her parents and teachers should be investigated for child abuse

    How about parents who tell innocent children that unless they worship an imaginary old wizard they will spend eternity burning in a lake of fire?

    At least global warming is real.

    • formwiz says:

      How about parents who tell innocent children that unless they worship an imaginary old wizard they will spend eternity burning in a lake of fire?

      As opposed to the teachings of Marx, Lenin, and Mao?

      Now that’s child abuse.

      At least global warming is real.

      As real as the efficacy of socialism.

  4. formwiz says:

    Those who think ONLY white, male property owners should have the right to vote should crawl back under their rocks.

    No, that’s when the country worked.

    Actually all the people who want to fix the country ought to go bnack to Russia.

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