“And when faced with the choice between a
"horror," and a politician who—through growing
pressure from concerned citizens—has shown she can be
pushed on issues related to climate, McKibben reasons, he'll take the
I think you meant to say “growing pressure
from a campaign opponent whom she thought otherwise might beat her."
“We've forced Clinton to say through
gritted teeth that she opposes Keystone, for instance. She can't, I
think, go back on that.”
after the election, the climate movement will 'need to press
harder than ever for real progress on the biggest crisis
the world has ever faced'.”
“Sanders, too, has argued
that the initial priority is making sure Clinton is elected, and
then mobilizing to pressure her on progressive
issues, from energy policy to healthcare.”
I've asked these following questions online many times. No one has
ever answered me:
- What form will the said “pressure” take?
- How will said “pressure” be applied?
- Who will apply the said “pressure?”