Ocasio-Cortez now says providing ‘economic security’ for those ‘unwilling to work’ was never in ‘Green New Deal’

This week freshman Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rolled out her signature landmark bill “The Green New Deal.”

It’s a pie-in-the-sky document filled with moronic proposals such as making air travel obsolete, eliminating flatulent cows and upgrading every single building the United States.  But the one proposal contained in her bill that caught everyone off guard, that most aren’t really sure has much to do with “being green” is where she wanted to provide for the “economic security to all who are unable or unwilling to work.”

Well, now Ocasio-Cortez is telling us that that proposal was never actually a part of the bill, that there are “multiple doctored versions” of her bill floating around. She’s also saying that the one originally uploaded to her website was a “draft version” and didn’t actually count.

If a draft version of the bill was uploaded to the website, fine. Then it’s extremely sloppy and displays incompetence for something that is supposedly so important to the congresswoman to be uploaded to her website.

But that’s that not exactly what she’s saying, she’s stating there are “doctored versions”  as if we didn’t see for ourselves that proposal on her own website.

An archived link  shows exactly was originally posted to her own website, which does include “it guarantees economic security to all who are unable or unwilling to work.”

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