|Wow, this young lady is really “full of herself” as my momma would say! She is serving on financial services and oversight and reform. Who knows what she will do or support or sponsor in these committees?
So, apparently, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is a little stung by all the critics, even some on her side of the aisle, trashing her Green New Deal. On Friday, she tried to hit back at her critics, noting that they should come up with a plan of their own, saying until then, she’s the “boss.”
Continuing in her relentless career of not knowing things, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, in the course of making a grotesque implicit comparison of herself with the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., saying that he was “wildly unpopular when advocating for the Civil Rights Act.” But in reality, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 – and the people supporting it – were pretty popular in their time.
Mystery solved: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez covers tracks in address debacle
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez scrambled Sunday to explain why neighbors at her listed Bronx address never saw her there – and ended up claiming she recently moved to a larger place nearby. The recent move still does not explain why residents at her previous digs insisted they had never seen her there.
Ocasio-Cortez Boyfriend Troubles Reveal the Corruption at the Heart of Her Campaign
Last week, a political consultant unearthed evidence that Rep. Ocasio-Cortez may have hired her boyfriend, Riley Roberts, to work in Congress. This news has actually unraveled a far bigger story of corruption. As it turns out, a political group helping Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign had already paid Roberts during the campaign – and those payments from that shady organization may be the reason Ocasio-Cortez is in Congress today.
We must remain vigilant.