As expected, Ocasio-Cortez’s New Green Deal was met with mocking on social media; FBN’s Dagen Mcdowell noted on Twitter: In the South this kind of “Green Dream” brilliance could be explained by too many Jell-O shots; while @texasroofclean commented: If this were Jeopardy the question would be: Things a 10 year old that attends public school would say.
And WSJ’s Kimberley Strassel, in a series of tweets: ‘I Was Laughing So Hard I Nearly Cried’
But as Tammy noted earlier this week, before this disastrous roll-out, via Fox News: Tammy Bruce: ‘New Green Deal’ = New Green Hoax
Here’s a scoop for you: The so-called “Green New Deal,” onto which 70 leading Democrats have signed, doesn’t exist. Like a salesman parked at a corner hawking a small bottle filled with a mystery substance that will cure everything from insomnia to cancer, the Democratic Party is promoting a fraud-work quilt promising a cure for all.
In reality, this hoax targeting the liberal base, GenXers and progressives, is nothing more than an elaborate Get Out the Vote organizing effort….
Freshman Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez contradicted herself Thursday, telling NPR one thing in the morning and saying the exact opposite to NBC’s Chuck Todd just hours later.
The dramatic flip-flop was caught by Grabien founder Tom S. Elliott, who spliced the two segments together in a tweet, noting that they had occurred fewer than 12 hours apart.
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) February 8, 2019
And by the end of the day, the
entire gaffe-filled mess Green Plan was taken offline: