Just because you wish something were so doesn’t mean it’s possible.
The Green New Deal is offering, among other things, a plan to convert the U.S. to 100-percent clean energy by 2030. However, mounting research suggests the proposed plan would both be costly and difficult to apply due to massive infrastructure changes that would be essential for it to work.
The Democrat-proposed bill has faced a host of criticism from both politicians and economists in regards to the pricing and implementation of the bill.
Some studies, such as one from the non-profit American Action Forum, has suggested the proposed bill would cost between 51 to 93 trillion dollars in taxpayer money over the next decade.
It’s only money. And the Democrats think that money grows on trees and is free.