Watch what happens when Tucker Carlson steps outside the conservative media bubble and gets fact-checked on Green New Deal falsehoods
Watch what happens when Tucker Carlson steps out of the conservative bubble and brings on an @AOC policy adviser who debunks all the conservative media lies straight to his face (spoiler: it doesn't go great for Tucker) pic.twitter.com/joDNXBBB7G — Andrew Lawrence (@ndrew_lawrence) February 9, 2019 TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): It says that the Green New Deal would, and I'm quoting, "totally overhaul transportation," and that would mean, quote, "building out high speed rail at a scale where air travel would stop becoming necessary." Hawaii Senator -- Hawaii Senator Mazie Hirono responded to that by saying that would be hard for Hawaii. So, I don't think that's made up. The senator from Hawaii doesn't think it is -- HOCKETT: But -- no, no, no, but I mean -- it apparently its being misunderstood, right? We are really talking about expanding optionality here, we are not talking about getting rid of anything, right? We are talking about basically making it cost effective to move into more modern forms of technology, more modern forms of production, which would then enable people to actually cost effectively to transition to that stuff. We are not talking about requiring anything or prohibiting anything, that's sort of 1980's-style environmental. Previously: Right-wing trolls are sharing a hoax version of the Green New Deal Dennis Prager says the Green New Deal "will lead to bloodshed, loss of liberty, loss of human rights" Here are some of the dumbest right-wing media takes on the Green New Deal On Fox & Friends, climate denier complains that the Green New Deal doesn't tell us "how to expect better weather"