Woman at Ocasio-Cortez town hall demands that everyone “eat the babies” – while AOC nods along Sunday, October 06, 2019 by: Ethan Huff

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Woman at Ocasio-Cortez town hall demands that everyone “eat the babies” – while AOC nods along
Sunday, October 06, 2019 by: Ethan Huff
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(Natural News) During a recent town hall event in Corona, New York, her home district, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) responded to questions about her infamous Green New Deal, including from one woman who told AOC that we now need to “eat the babies” in order to save the planet from climate change.

Contending that AOC’s Green New Deal doesn’t go far in enough in addressing global warming, the woman stood up and began ranting about how “we only have a few months left,” and that AOC’s next campaign slogan should be, “We have to start eating babies!”

The woman then proceeded to remove her jacket, revealing a t-shirt that stated on the front of it, “Save the Planet. Eat the Children.”

“We don’t have enough time,” the irate woman continued to tell AOC, who nodded affirmatively in response. “Even if we would bomb Russia, we still have too many people, too much pollution, so we have to get rid of the babies. Just stopping having babies is not enough, we need to eat the babies.”

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Tucker Carlson mocks AOC’s stupidity in failing to denounce the suggestion that we all need to eat human babies to save the planet

AOC’s eventual response to the woman was that, “luckily, we have more than a few months.” AOC continued on to suggest that there are many “positive” solutions to the climate crisis that she hopes to tackle while in office.

The woman’s rantings were quickly picked up by the media, including by Tucker Carlson from Fox News. Carlson broadcast a clip of the incident during a segment of his show, laughing at the sheer lunacy of what the woman was suggesting.

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“Is that real?” Carlson asked with a chuckle. “We don’t know. Was it a swiftian parody? Was it clever trolling of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? Maybe it was. Maybe that’s just someone who believes the rhetoric of the Left.”

Even if it was a joke, what’s not was AOC’s lack of an appropriate response to the woman. Rather than decry her suggestion that we all start eating infant flesh to stop global warming, AOC appeared to be in agreement with it when she gently nodded her head in the affirmative.

“Either way, what didn’t you hear?” Carlson also asked about this anomaly. “That was the most interesting part. If someone said to you, ‘we need to eat the babies,’ wouldn’t your first response be, ‘what?! No, of course not! Eat the babies?!’ That’s the one thing that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez didn’t say. Huh, pretty revealing!”

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AOC’s Green New Deal would seem to imply that some people need to be killed off to solve “overpopulation”

Perhaps the reason why AOC didn’t have a more appropriate response to the woman from her district who suggested that we all “eat the babies” is the fact that AOC’s Green New Deal does contain provisions that, in order to come about, would require a massive reduction in the world’s population.

Because entitlement spending would go through the roof under AOC’s plan, millions of people would end up suffering in order to accommodate it, leading to what Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore once described as “the end of civilization” as we currently know it.

“The Green New Deal will be the end of civilization if 85% of the world’s and 85% of the US coal, oil and natural gas were phased out over the next few years, like the next ten years,” Carlson stated during an earlier segment of his show about AOC’s plan.

“We do not have anything to replace them with … Half of the population will die in a very short period of time. And as I also pointed out, there wouldn’t be a tree left on this planet … because that would be all there was to heat and cook.”

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New York State Appeals Court Affirms Denial Of BofA’s Motion to Sever and Consolidate Successor Liability Claims

Published 04/16/2012

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On April 5, 2012, a five-judge panel for the New York’s First Department intermediate appellate court affirmed a lower court’s ruling that denied Bank of America’s motion to sever successor liability claims brought against it from the primary claims in four separate actions brought by four monoline insurers. Bank of America had requested that, once severed from the underlying lawsuits, the successor liability claims should be consolidated into a separate proceeding for discovery purposes. The four insurers, Ambac Assurance Corp, Financial Guaranty Insurance Co, MBIA Inc, and Syncora Guarantee Inc., claim in their respective lawsuits that Countrywide ignored underwriting guidelines, resulting in loans that were riskier than had been represented to the insurers and thus subjecting the insurers to billions of dollars in insurance claims when the loans defaulted. They seek to hold Bank of America liable under theories of successor liability related to Bank of America’s acquisition of Countrywide. In affirming the denial of Bank of America’s motion, the appeals court reasoned that the four actions were at different stages of discovery and that consolidation would result in undue delay. Order.

New York sues banks over foreclosures – Feb. 3, 2012

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New York sues banks over foreclosures

  • By Jennifer Liberto@CNNMoneyFebruary 3, 2012: 3:15 PM ET

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued the big banks over their use of an electronic mortgage registry.

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued the big banks over their use of a private electronic mortgage registry.

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) — The New York attorney general sued some of the nation’s biggest banks on Friday, accusing them of unlawful and deceptive practices for relying on a private electronic registry that tracks mortgages.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Friday sued Bank of America (BAC, Fortune 500), Wells Fargo (WFC, Fortune 500), JPMorgan Chase (JPM, Fortune 500), as well as the Mortgage Electronic Registration System Inc. (MERS) in New York state court.

Schneiderman says that the banks created the electronic registry as an "end-run" around the public property recording system to help them more quickly buy and sell parts of mortgages. He said the system helped banks create "deceptive and fraudulent court submissions" and improperly foreclose on homeowners.

"Our action demonstrates that there is one set of rules for all — no matter how big or powerful the institution may be — and that those rules will be enforced vigorously," said Attorney General Schneiderman in a statement.

Foreclosure settlement could be coming

MERS runs a database created in the 1995 to digitize and centralize the paperwork surrounding the bundling and selling of the loans. MERS members include most of the large banks in the mortgage industry. More than 70 million loans are registered in the MERS system, including 30 million that are active, according to the New York attorney general’s office.

The New York suit alleges that the database was used by the big banks to transfer ownership of mortgage debt without paying government registration fees and properly recording the transactions. The system also concealed the identities of the holders of mortgage debt from borrowers, the suit claims.

"MERS’ conduct, as well as the servicers’ use of the MERS System, has resulted in the filing of improper New York foreclosure proceedings, undermined the integrity of the judicial process, created confusion and uncertainty concerning property ownership interests, and potentially clouded titles on properties throughout the State of New York," according to a statement by the New York Attorney General.

MERSCORP, parent company for Mortgage Electronic Registration System Inc., said the company refutes the attorney general’s claims, adding that federal and state courts nationwide have already upheld the MERS’ business model, according to a statement.

One Washington research analyst notes that the New York charges are similar to past cases brought against MERS, and that so far, "the industry has won most of those challenges," said Jaret Seiberg, of Guggenheim’s Washington Research Group "The ones they lost tend to be on narrow issues.

In December the Massachusetts attorney general filed a lawsuit against the same banks, as well as Citigroup (C, Fortune 500) and GMAC Mortgage, alleging similar complaints. That case is still pending.

Schneiderman is also leading a working group of federal and state officials that the president put together to investigate mortgage securities fraud.

At the same time, Schneiderman is also considering whether New York should sign on to a mortgage servicing settlement agreement that federal officials and state attorneys general have been negotiating for a year with the nation’s largest banks that service mortgages. To top of page

New York sues banks over foreclosures – Feb. 3, 2012