04/03/2017

Crackpot Bernie Sanders: It’s ‘Stupid And Dangerous’ To Prioritize Jobs Over Climate Change [Watch]

Oliver Dollimore, Gateway Pundit

Vermont Senator, Bernie Sanders told CNN Thursday that it’s ‘stupid and dangerous’ to prioritize jobs over environmental issues such as climate change and fossil fuels.

The Democrats will continue to lose support if they think that climate change is more important than jobs.

We all care about keeping the earth clean, however; Americans are more concerned about having jobs in order to keep their families safe and secure.

WE WANT JOBS JOBS JOBS …..

When Wolf Blitzer asked Bernie Sanders what he thought about President Trump’s sweeping executive order which curbs the federal government’s enforcement of climate regulations, putting jobs above climate change, he responded with this:

Bernie Sanders: “Wolf that is such a nonsensical and stupid and dangerous approach. It’s almost indescribable.”

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