Rick Perry says: "A bunch of kids who've never been on the playground before they've never even been on the field of play before they're sitting on the sidelines."


Secretary of Energy Rick Perry spoke with Brian Kilmeade about the Green New Deal, calling the people behind it, "A bunch of kids who've never been on the playground before they've never even been on the field of play before they're sitting on the sidelines." Perry says their goal of zero emissions in 10 years at a cost of 90 trillion dollars is 'fantasy.' Perry also pushed back on democrats who are against nuclear energy, he said America is at a crossroads because regulations on nuclear energy puts America at a disadvantage, not only with civil nuclear energy, but can lead to America losing the intellectual capital to keep America where it needs to be in a nuclear weapons arena.

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Perry also discussed the importance of President Trump's directive to prioritize research and development of Artificial Intelligence. Perry explained, "This is a very serious and a very real race, but we're holding our own and I expect America to win the race ultimately, but it's going to require substantial resources and focus."


Here’s what he told Kilmeade when asked about it:
"This is a bunch of kids who've never been on the playground before, they've never even been on the field of play before they're sitting on the sidelines and they’re saying here’s what I can do.
'Let’s do this, zero emissions in 10 years. Alright let’s go do that.' Not having any idea the cost of that. The Green News Deal: 93 trillion dollars. This on it’s face makes it a fantasy.
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Perry goes on to point out how America has been drastically reducing emissions in the last 20 years and how we should be celebrated by the left:
The good news is America's reducing emissions... America's leading the world in emissions! Texas is now producing more renewable energy percentage-wise than the European Union. We oughta be getting celebrated, instead of these cockamamie ideas that are coming out of left field. It seems like a bunch of kids that are [saying] 'I'm gonna one up ya and come up with even a crazier idea!'"
He goes on to explain why the US needs to continue down the road of civil nuclear energy, the cleanest energy of all, which oddly enough Democrats hate.

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