Auburn Basketball Coach Bruce Pearl Slams Rep. Rashida Tlaib Over Attack on Fossil Fuels

Auburn basketball coach Bruce Pearl slammed Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on Twitter Thursday for her verbal attacks on the fossil fuel industry.

Pearl, 62, was ticked after the Michigan Democrat rudely replied to JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon during his testimony at an oversight committee hearing on Wednesday, in which the businessman said that phasing out fossil fuels was the “way to go.” to hell for America”.

Tlaib had asked Dimon if his bank had any rules against investing in new oil and gas products. But Dimon was unequivocal, saying, “Absolutely not, and that would be road to hell for America.”

The Democrat was furious at Dimon’s outspokenness, slamming him, saying, “Sir, everyone who’s been exonerated from student loans [that] has a bank account with your bank should probably take their account out and close their account.”

Tlaib’s annoyed response sent Pearl on a tangent that New York Post reported.

“As if gas prices aren’t high enough?” the coach tweeted on Wednesday. “Does the Michigan congresswoman even care how much it will cost people to stay warm this winter? Let Russia and Iran just meet our fossil fuel needs?! A weaker US is dangerous for the world!”

Under Pearl’s leadership, Auburn posted a 28-6 record last year, including 15-3 in the SEC.

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