Elizabeth Warren Promises to Put Millions Out of Work on Her First Day as President

The Democrats are running to see who can kill more unborn babies, raise taxes the highest, and to see who can put the most people out of work.

On the latter item, Elizabeth Warren has promised to put millions out of work on Day 1.

Warren says that on her first day in office, she will sign an Executive Order stopping all new leases for natural resources on public lands and to ban fracking “everywhere.”

Fracking has not only made us the number one energy-producing country in the world but it’s made that energy cheaper and has put millions into high paying jobs.

All of that disappears under Warren.

From    The Gateway Pundit

The left has decided that they hate the fossil fuel industry.

This means that all the Democrats running in 2020 are trying to outdo each other on how radically they will go after the businesses which provide energy.

They don’t seem to care that this is an industry which employs millions of Americans.

Check out this tweet from Elizabeth Warren:

 

Check out this report from the Heartland Institute in 2018:

 

RESEARCH & COMMENTARY: FRACKING HAS TURNED UNITED STATES INTO WORLD’S LEADING OIL PRODUCER

A 2015 Harvard Business School/Boston Consulting Group study estimates fracking supported 2.7 million jobs in 2014, with the potential to grow to 3.8 million jobs by 2030. Similarly, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) prepared a report for the American Petroleum Institute that estimates the oil and natural gas industries supported 10.3 million jobs in 2015, an increase of about 500,00 compared to 2011.

The RAND Corporation projects the industries will support an additional 1.9 million jobs by 2035. By the same year, a 2012 IHS Markit study estimates fracking will have created 3.5 million jobs.

A 2016 Chamber of Commerce study projects that if the fracking revolution of the previous decade had not occurred, 4.3 million jobs would not have been created, the U.S. economy would be $500 billion smaller and residential natural gas prices would be 28 percent higher.