Congressman Matt Gaetz Introduces His 'Green Real Deal' Climate Plan


It's not every day that one gets to watch a prominent politician drop popcorn on the floor of their unfurnished apartment then invoke the five-second rule, but not much is traditional about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Max Rose (D-N.Y.) explained to WNET's "MetroFocus" why he believes the new deal is unwarranted. "I just feel bad for you", she added.

Donald Trump also weighed in following the Green New Deal town hall sit down, branding Ocasio-Cortez as little more than a "young bartender". "The first time I heard it, I said, 'That's the craziest thing, '" Trump said Tuesday evening at a fundraising dinner for the National Republican Congressional Committee.

After referring to Ocasio-Cortez a "moron", for her Green New Deal, Carlson went in on Hayes. "At the same time, I think we've accomplished 90 percent of the resolution's goals, which is a plan", she said.

Occupying a high profile seat on the House Judiciary Committee where he's garnered headlines for jousting with Democrats on the Russian Federation investigation, Gaetz has watched Ocasio-Cortez, 29, streak to stardom and capture the attention of the media behind radical policy proposals such as the Green New Deal and an unparalleled ability to capitalize on a social media audience that dwarfs any other member of Congress - even House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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In an absurd and ridiculous tirade in the Monday episode of his nightly show, Fox News' Tucker Carlson lashed out at MSNBC's Chris Hayes and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), following their town hall discussing climate change and the Green New Deal.

But Ocasio-Cortez indicated she maintained confidence that leadership will begin to extrapolate and push forward measures she's already outlined.

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. His response to the Green New Deal, which some reports say will cost trillions of dollars, includes modernizing the electric grid and subsidizing solar power.