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Liz Cheney Trolls Green New Deal Supporters ‘Did You Fly Here’

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Article by Bryan Howard

February 13, 2019

Republican Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney fired off on Environmental experts that support the Green new deal. She exposed them for wanting to prevent people from being able to have vacations with their plane restrictions. Cheney at the end of her questioning exposed the Green New deal supporters as hypocrites when they acknowledged they used Cars and planes to travel.

Cheney claimed, “My constituents are obviously very concerned about this notion that we are somehow going to transition over the course of 10 years here to an economy that is entirely run on green energy. Certainly, they have concerns about the fossil fuel aspect of that.”

Cheney stated, “I have to say, one of the issues that people are particularly concerned about is the extent to which we are no longer going to have air travel, apparently,”

“I would assume we’re going to set up a situation where the FAA can tell individual citizens which of their air travel is worthy and important and what isn’t,” Cheney replied. “It would seem to me we would then have a situation where the FAA could say for example, you know what, vacation travel, that’s not essential. We have to make sure that we can do the air travel for the people that really need it, so no vacation travel.”

“I would just say that it’s going to be crucially important for us to recognize and understand when we outlaw plane travel, we outlaw gasoline, we outlaw cars, I think actually probably the entire U.S. military, because of the Green New Deal, that we are able to explain to our constituents and to people all across this country what that really means. Even when it comes down to something like air travel … that means the government is going to be telling people where they can fly to and where they can’t.”

“I would assume that means our colleagues from California are going to be riding their bicycles back home to their constituents,” Cheney added.

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