While much of what's in the Green New Deal sounds fantastic on the surface, including universal health care, a higher minimum wage, no pollution, and essentially a planetary utopia, it's all just an empty pipe dream.
"The Green New Deal as it's written now, we have to be smart enough to realize it's horrible," warns Sacks. "No little kid should support it; no old kid like me should support it; nobody should support it, and it should just go away. It's an insult to the intelligence of America and the world."
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On the health care issue, Sacks agrees that it sounds nice on the surface. But to anyone who has any understanding about the current health care system and how it works, the whole thing is "a malicious joke that was started by the Carnegie and Rockefeller Foundations shortly after 1910."
The true purpose, explains Sacks, was "to monopolize the medical industry with drugs that make people sick, keep them sick, make their minds foggy so they don't know what's going on, and just eventually outlaw all of the competing and especially natural forms of real health care so nobody has a choice."
"You don't want health care defined and managed by an organization that is administering health care that's killing at least one million Americans per year – because that's exactly what it's doing," he warns, adding that "real medicine is found in nature."
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As for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, or AOC, as she's popularly referred to, Sacks explains how she's just "an actress."
"She's acting the part of a congresswoman right now ... but she doesn't understand any of this stuff," he reveals, adding that "she's a total fraud."
"It's not her fault. She was a bartender, and her brother got her into a casting call for a company called 'Justice Democrats' that was looking for somebody who could be a convincing representative in Congress and say whatever they told her to say. She was one of the winners," he adds.
Then we have the "free" money solutions proposed in the Green New Deal, which promises a higher minimum wage and potentially a universal banking income to be funded from ... somewhere.
"There is no plan, whether it's from the president, from OCA, or from the Green New Deal, or the secret backers of that, any of these plans that's going to work to make good results for the country, unless you get rid of this giant leach that is controlling the economy of the country since about 1913," says Sacks, referring to the private Federal Reserve bank.
In the end, the Green New Deal is simply communism repackaged, and it's an empty pipe dream that will never actually be implemented – and that, if it's tried, will only function to bankrupt the country entirely.
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