Kamala Reverses Stance on Fracking Ban After Realizing Pennsylvanians Vote


Josh Christenson – September 6, 2020 1:31 PM

Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris on Sunday reversed her support for a ban on fracking, a policy position she held through her failed 2020 presidential campaign.

Harris said on CNN’s State of the Union that she would support her running mate Joe Biden’s recent commitment to not ban fracking, saying that it provides “good-paying jobs in places like Pennsylvania.”

The candidate also said a Biden-Harris administration would “put a significant investment in the good-paying union jobs that we can create around clean energy,” calling any decision between job creation and environmental protection a “false choice.” Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to Kamala Reverses Stance on Fracking Ban After Realizing Pennsylvanians Vote

  1. Joe Z says:

    She’s the Blow in the Joe-Blow ticket and a dimwit as well.

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