You may remember a few months ago, when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that climate change was this generation’s World War II.
This has clearly become a talking point for Democrats because Elizabeth Warren just made the same comparison.
The Daily Wire reported:
WATCH: Elizabeth Warren Claims Climate Change Is A ‘Bigger Threat Than World War II’ On Eve Of D-Day Anniversary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) made her first campaign stop in Michigan on Tuesday, and launched a shocking $2 trillion “infrastructure investment” plan designed to address the burgeoning problem of climate change, which Warren claims is a bigger threat to the American way of life than the enemies the Allied Forces faced in World War II.
Speaking to the job training organization Focus:Hope just days before the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion, which turned the tide against Nazi German in western Europe, Warren claimed that the “climate crisis in this country, a threat to the very existence of every living thing on this planet,” requires that Americans need to be “all in” on battling it, according to The Detroit News.
She added that the “climate crisis” may, in fact, be a bigger threat to democracy and freedom than Nazi Germany, fascist Italy, and imperial Japan.
Here’s the video:
Warren also wants to spend a staggering $1.5 trillion on a plan to fight climate change.
The Detroit News reported:
Elizabeth Warren touts climate plan to ‘clean up America,’ create jobs
Democratic Elizabeth Warren brought her presidential campaign to Michigan for the first time on Tuesday, vowing to root out corporate corruption and commit $1.5 trillion to “clean up America.”
Warren highlighted Michigan’s manufacturing roots during separate speeches in Detroit and Lansing as she unveiled a three-part plan to create jobs and fight climate change, which she called “a threat to the very existence of every living thing on this planet.”
“We’re going to need all of the research, all of the innovation and all of the manufacturing of green products to help us turn around climate change, and that’s why I’m here in Michigan,” she told an estimated crowd of 1,700 at Lansing Community College.
If she really wants to clean up America, maybe she should start in California.
San Francisco and Los Angeles could certainly use the help.