U.S. Repeat. Alexandria Occasio-Cortez, DN.Y., defended the Green New Course after the recent implementation of the New York Democracy proposal for politics, which attracted much attention on "cow fading." On Thursday night at the premiere of the show "Desus & Mero" at night, the hosts of the comedy couple of the program asked the freshman's congressman why he thought the initial reaction was focused on "cow fangs."
"In the deal, what are we talking about, and it's true that we have to look at factory farming, you know?" "It's wild," said Occasio-Cortez, "and not to say that getting rid of agriculture, I do not mean to force everyone to come out of a vegan or something, but that's to say, "Listen, we have to turn to factory farming, maybe we do not have to eat a hamburger for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
"Listen, we have to turn to farming. Maybe we should not eat a hamburger for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
At the Green Pages New Frequently Asked Questions page, Okasio-Cortez and other Democrats supporting the plan explained why the proposal includes the goal of zero greenhouse gas emissions for 10 years.
we get to zero zero, not zero emissions, after 10 years because we are not sure we can get rid of fallen cows and planes so quickly, "she said.
But after the Frequently Asked Questions
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Also, the Democratic Socialist also defends his call for a 70 percent marginal tax rate on incomes over $ 10 million , which she considers to be a "good year".
"It really comes down to the question of" Isn ". Enough $ 10 million? "Like when it stops? she asked. "At what point is it amoral that we build Jeff Bezos with a helicopter when we have the most homeless people in New York?"
Like Occasio-Cortez, Desus Nice (aka Daniel Baker) and partner Mero (aka Joel Martinez), born in Bronx, New York