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Beto O’Rourke Tells Iowa Farmers To Donate Their Crops To Fight Climate Change

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2020 Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke spoke with a very small crowd in Iowa and told them that farmers should be prepared to give their “fair share” of crops to fight climate change.

As reported by theconservativeopinion.com

Breitbart reported that O’Rourke proposed Friday in Iowa that the U.S. “allow” farmers to give up their “fair share” of crops to fight climate change.

O’Rourke stood aloft as he proclaimed his message at a rally in Marshalltown, Iowa Friday:

If we allow farmers to earn a profit in what they grow, if we allow them to contribute their fair share in combatting Climate Change by growing cover crops, allowing the technologies that invest in precision tilling and farming, capturing more of that carbon out of the air is another way in which they can make a profit. Keep those farms together, pass them on to the next generation, and allow them to provide us our food and national security, our independence from the rest of the world, our ability to provide for the rest of the world.

Iowa’s caucus system is the earliest to pick a contender for respective political parties in the presidential primary election system. The caucuses are scheduled for Republicans and Democrats on February 3, 2020.

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