Elizabeth Warren’s INSANE Jobs Proposal Would WRECK the Economy for Decades
We’ve been hearing a lot of nonsense come from Elizabeth Warren lately, but it seems to be the new norm for the Democratic candidates. The longer they’re in the race, the more frequently they say things that make them look like an idiot.
Warren’s newest idea would destroy our economy, and I mean it would absolutely shatter it.
She told Morning Joe last week that she wants to ban the construction of new homes if the home is not “carbon neutral”.
The whole climate control really is distorting reality for some people. They try and live and make decisions based on the premise that we are damaging our planet beyond repair and that we don’t have time to lose.
For those of you not familiar with the real estate market, let me tell you about the market in my area. It is BOOMING! There aren’t enough houses to go around. For the first time in history for our area, we have less than 1000 homes on the market for sale; that’s how fast they’re selling. We can all thank President Trump for this because more people have more money and can finally buy a home of their own. It’s a wonderful thing.
Also, when I say our area is booming, I’m also talking about new construction as well. Houses are going up everywhere and they are selling just as fast.
So Warren’s plan would prevent people from being able to find a home to buy because they would become very scarce.
If your home isn’t carbon neutral, Elizabeth Warren might not let you build it. And if that means no new homes get built, she’s OK with that.
In an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Wednesday, the Massachusetts senator and fading presidential candidate talked about her Thunberg-lite plan to help end climate change. (Climate crisis? Catastrophe? What are we going with these days?)
During her appearance, Warren was asked what she’d do to “change the tide of U.S. policy on the issue of climate change” and acted as if she’d been thrown the softball of all softballs.
She promised “to do everything a president can do all by herself, that is, the things you don’t have to do by going to Congress.” This includes putting an end to energy mining and drilling on federal lands or offshore and “not having a coal lobbyist as head of the Environmental Protection Agency.”