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Published On: Sat, Mar 23rd, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reveals the truth about herself: I am ungrateful

Ungrateful. Vengeful. Leftist. Climate Hysteric. Narcissistic.

These are all wonderful words to describe Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after reading the new TIME piece.

The April 1 TIME Magazine features a propaganda piece for Ocasio-Cortez, the New York socialist, who looks more like an anchor for MSNBC than Bernie Sanders, to get to the core of who AOC really is.

During the TIME interview, Cortez says: “An entire generation, which is now becoming one of the largest electorates in America, came of age and never saw American prosperity,” she says. “I have never seen that, or experienced it, really, in my adult life.”

SHE “NEVER SAW AMERICAN PROSPERITY.”

She doubles down on the age gap.

There’s always this talk about division within the Democratic Party, ideological differences,” she says in her office. “But I actually think they’re generational differences. Because the America we grew up in is nothing like the America our parents or our grandparents grew up in.”

AMERICA IS NOT GREAT

AOC is billed as growing up in poverty, lifting herself up out of her poor beginnings as the article reveals the truth “The family moved to the prosperous Westchester County suburb of Yorktown Heights when she was about 5 so that she and her brother could go to better schools, but they returned frequently to see the rest of their family.”

SINCE AGE 5 SHE WAS IN THE PROSPEROUS NEIGHBORHOOD.

Her family was indeed set back during the Great Recession, compounded by the death of her dad.

After graduation, Ocasio-Cortez moved back to the Bronx to work at an educational nonprofit, with a side gig as a bartender at a Manhattan taco joint. Most of her peers were piecing together two or three jobs to stay ahead of the bills. “Spoiler alert: the gig economy is about not giving people full-time jobs,” she says. “So it should be no secret why millennials want to decouple your insurance status from your employment status.”

TOUGH TIMES MAKE YOU WANT FREE STUFF

“We have an entire generation that is delaying or forgoing purchasing houses,” she says, as the article noted she had $25K in student loan debt. “Our entire economy is slowing down due to the student-loan crisis.”

GREED AND ENVY RESULTS IN THE DESIRE FOR FREE COLLEGE/FREE HOUSING

The TIME Magazine can’t hold back her bias as she writes: “More important, there was a shared sense among the young volunteers that they had been screwed” setting up a quote from Waleed Shahid of Justice Democrats.

Justice Democrats are the promoters and endorsers of the far leftists, some more extreme than Bernie Sanders.

“We were all children of the recession…There’s an overwhelming sense that the economic and political system in our country is rigged.”

Later, AOC is discussed listening to constituents and their concern “about the rise of anti-Semitism” which is ironic since she’s listed among the ranks of two anti-Semites: Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

CORTEZ IS PARTNERING WITH HARDCORE LEFTISTS, ANTI-SEMITES.

“I don’t think that we can compromise on transitioning to 100% renewable energy. We cannot compromise on saving our planet. We can’t compromise on saving kids,” she says. “We have to do these things. If we want to do them in different ways, that’s fine. But we can’t not do them.”

GLOBAL WARMING HYSTERIA IS REAL

“This is a small-big thing, but shout out to TIME and Collier Schorr for getting my skin tone right in this photo. It’s the little things that make a big difference, a lot of people see + appreciate it” – Cortez tweeted.

“I can’t go anywhere in public and just be a person without a lot of people watching everything I do.”

NARCISSUS WOULD BE PROUD.

The reason Millennials have flocked to AOC is that she’s a young, intersectionally approved version of Sanders, an old white socialist. Like her, we’re living out the consequences of ungrateful, selfish and self-absorbed people who view America as the evil colonists and not a beacon of hope or freedom.

 

 

About the Author

- Roxanne "Butter" Bracco began with the Dispatch as Pittsburgh Correspondent, but will be providing reports and insights from Washington DC, Maryland and the surrounding region. Contact Roxie aka "Butter" at [email protected] ATTN: Roxie or Butter Bracco

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