Jack Conway’s Pick For President Will Mark The End Of Coal

CNBC Mad Money host, Jim Cramer, said this morning that if Hillary Clinton is elected, it will be the end of coal production in the United States.

Democrat candidate for Kentucky governor, Jack Conway, has referred to Clinton as “the next president of the United States.” However, perhaps because of Hillary’s e-mail scandal, Conway now simply says he will support the Democrat nominee, regardless of who wins the primary. That means Conway would vote for Bernie Sanders, who supports eliminating subsidies to coal and a tax on carbon, if he becomes the nominee. Or he’d be happy to support Martin O’Malley whose administration got strong support from environmentalists to reduce coal plants.

It is clear that electing Conway will be catastrophic for Kentucky’s coal industry.