Ep 447 | Climate Tyrants Target Poor and Middle Class

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Rich people will be just fine if a 2020 climate tyrant wins. They will be able to afford outrageously expensive meat, new cars, and then new homes closer to work after cars are banned. Poor and middle class people will suffer. The Democrats don’t actually care about saving the planet. They like the climate change movement because they think it will help them gain power over every aspect of our lives.

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