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Posted by Dennis Romero
USA. Sen Dianne Feinstein, D-California, does not support Green New Deal, and she is not ashamed to let the group that supports her know this ̵
A group of schoolchildren visited the senator. in her office in San Francisco on the night of the day and urged her to get on board with the laws on renewable energy. But conversation quickly turned into a confrontation, and Feynstein criticized the Internet for the tone that she accepted. An edited video of the 85-year-old lecture of more than a dozen children took a viral day. "We have tons of money going to military service," the girl said to the legislator.
"I've been doing it for 30 years," said Feinstein. "I know what I'm doing, you come here, and you say that this should be my way or the highway. I do not answer it." 19659007] "Unfortunately, this was a short meeting, but I want the children to know that they were heard loud and clear," she said.
Her supporters said that a longer video confrontation depicts Feynstein in a more kind light. In this video, she sends aide to get copies of the environmental bill she supports in the US Senate. "If you have problems with it, you can tell me," she told the group.
The children were organized by the Sunrise group supporting the House's legislation, introduced by the representatives of Alexandra Ocacio-Cortez, D.J., and Sen. Ed Markie, D-Mass.
House legislation targets zero greenhouse gas emissions and 100 percent renewables in the US by 2030.