Ocasio-Cortez: People Should Reconsider Having Children Due to Climate Change
AOC advises followers to rethink starting a family if Green New Deal doesn't pass
In a seemingly endless spew of verbal diarrhea coming from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), the Congresswoman has now advised her social media followers to reconsider having children, if her "Green New Deal" doesn't pass, due to the impact Climate Change will have on them.
On Sunday night, speaking during an Instagram live video feed while she prepared food, Democratic socialist Ocasio-Cortez said people should rethink starting a family because "basically like, there's a scientific consensus that the lives of children are going to be very difficult."
AOC went on to say that, if Green New Deal is rejected, young people should be asking themselves, "Is it okay to still have children?"
"Our planet is going to hit disaster if we don't turn this ship around and so it's basically like, there's a scientific consensus that the lives of children are going to be very difficult," Ocasio-Cortez said from her kitchen during an Instagram live video.
"And it does lead, I think, young people to have a legitimate question, you know, 'Is it okay to still have children?'"
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According to the Daily Wire, Ocasio-Cortez then took a shot at Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) over an incident that happened in Feinstein's office on Friday when a far-left fringe group tried to pressure Feinstein into supporting the Green New Deal.
"You know what’s interesting about this group?" Feinstein told the group on Friday, in response to the group storming into her office.
"I’ve been doing this for 30 years. I know what I’m doing."
"You come in here, and you say it has to be my way or the highway. I don’t respond to that," Feinstein continued.
"I’ve gotten elected, I just ran. I was elected by almost a million-vote plurality. And I know what I’m doing. So you know, maybe people should listen a little bit."
Ocasio-Cortez said Feinstein's response was "like not good enough" because the legislation that the Democrats support is "frankly going to kill us."
"This idea that 'I've been working on this for x-amount of years,' um, it's like not good enough," Ocasio-Cortez said.
"Like, we need a universal sense of urgency, and people are like trying to introduce watered-down proposals that are frankly going to kill us.
"A lack of urgency is going to kill us."
Socialist @AOC discusses how people should reconsider having children due to global warming, and reminds us that we are all going to *literally* die if the Green New Deal doesn’t pass. She also takes some shots at Dianne Feinstein. *Sidenote: She failed to compost her potatoes* pic.twitter.com/6eWhbTbqqB— Gob Abierto (@GobAbiertoBOL) February 25, 2019
"The issue has gotten worse," Ocasio-Cortez continued.
"So I don't think that working on an issue for 30 years alone is what qualifies as, as what someone qualified to solve an issue."
"That said, there are a lot of people that have been doing this work for decades that have proposed ambitious solutions for years and have not been listened to," Ocasio-Cortez added.
"So it's not just, 'I've been doing this for 30 years,' so we need to listen to them because frankly, people have been failing at the same things for 30 or 40 years. What we need to do is say, 'What solutions have not been tried yet? And what ambitious scale have we not shot at yet.' And let's do it."
Ocasio-Cortez has often used alarmist language when discussing climate change, repeatedly comparing fighting climate change to fighting Nazi Germany.
Ocasio-Cortez has gone as far as to claim that the world is going to end in 12 years if her far-left policies are not implemented.
"I think the part of it that is generational is that millennials and people, in Gen Z, and all these folks that come after us are looking up and we’re like, the world is gonna end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change," Ocasio-Cortez said during a Martin Luther King forum in New York City in January.
"And your biggest issue, your biggest issue is how are we going to pay for it? — and like this is the war, this is our World War II."