Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) links the death of her grandfather to white people.
“My own grandfather died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria,” said Ocasio-Cortez, referring to the 2017 Puerto Rico storm that ultimately left about 3,000 dead. “We can’t act as though the inertia and history of colonization doesn’t play a role in this.”
— ❌🇺🇸Sean🇺🇸❌ (@seanpatlogue) October 28, 2019
According to the socialist’s logic, “predominantly white” corporations and communities have set climate change in motion with their fossil fuel admissions; climate change apparently caused and/or amped up Hurricane Maria, a devastating Puerto Rico storm in 2017; AOC’s grandfather died in the aftermath of the storm, ergo: white people are connected to, if not the cause of, his death.
“[T]he people that are producing climate change, the folks that are responsible for the largest amount of emissions, or communities, or corporations, they tend to be predominantly white, correct?” the 29-year-old asked during a House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee hearing on civil rights and civil liberties, according to The Washington Examiner.
“Yes, and every study backs that up I know no one is intentionally trying to kill people and hurt people,” National Wildlife Federation’s Mustafa Ali answered the NYC rep. More
Texas Republican Rep. Chip Roy pointed out that the deadliest hurricane in North American history remains the 1900 Great Galveston Storm, which killed between 6,000 and 12,000 people, making landfall well before the rise of atmospheric carbon-dioxide emissions.
Of course she did because she wouldn’t be AOC if she couldn’t cry racism about everything pic.twitter.com/TNYhyw4ClX
— Nic (@nicisright) October 28, 2019
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