Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidHispanic Caucus PAC looks to flex its muscles in 2016 Say NO to PROMESA, say NO to Washington overreach Overnight Finance: Wall Street awaits Brexit result | Clinton touts biz support | New threat to Puerto Rico bill? | Dodd, Frank hit back MORE (D-Nev.) used an all-night climate change campaign in the Senate to once again bash Charles and David Koch.
“It's time to stop acting like those who ignore this crisis — the oil baron Koch brothers and their allies in Congress — have a valid point of view,” Reid said Monday evening. “But despite overwhelming scientific evidence and overwhelming public opinion, climate change deniers still exist. They exist in this country and in this Congress.”
Recently, Reid has increased his attacks against the Koch brothers, accusing them of trying to “buy” American elections for Tea Party candidates with the billions they’ve made from oil.
Reid said it’s time the United States increase its use of renewable energy sources and stop using fossil fuels.
“We have the ability to reduce our reliance on oil and other fossil fuels, increase our production of clean energy and create good-paying jobs that can never be outsourced,” Reid said. “We have the ability to choose the kind of world in which we live.”