What can we say about the Bronx’s former bartender, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), that desperately seeks attention just like Michael Moore who frantically searches for his keys to get to McDonald’s for a pack of Quarter Pounders with cheese?
What could be more troubling than a 32-year-old congresswoman, who runs to every TV camera and has become the darling of left-wing media? She is deemed “progressive” but has not sponsored or cosponsored any legislation. She spends very little time in her congressional district and is still regarded by many on the left to be a potential future Democrat president. AOC being AOC, she continues her sexy adulation.
GQ’s Wednesday tweet sums it all up:
GQ’s October cover star: The congresswoman discusses the need for men to fight for abortion rights, her belief that she will ever be elected president, and more.
Another cult for personality?
Presenting GQ’s October cover star: @AOC. The congresswoman opens up on the critical need for men to join the fight for abortion rights, whether she believes she’ll ever be president, and much more https://t.co/uwWSexYB8h pic.twitter.com/UqOnSNwZ2y
— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) September 7, 2022
Uh-huh. It’s the “much” part that is pure AOC.
GQ’s October issue features Wesley Lowery, a glowing GQ writer, blathering in a sickeningly title, AOC’s Fight for the Future.
Nearly four years after her unlikely arrival in Washington, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the political voice of a generation and a cultural star whose influence transcends politics. As the country heads towards the midterm elections AOC speaks out about the fight over abortion and her chance at the presidency.
Although every word is absurd, the “political voice” of a generation and the cultural star whose power transcends political politics is hilarious and rarely taken seriously. Yo, Wesley? We need to see one example of Sandy Cortez’s success in any field, not just making killer chocolate martinis.
Donald Trump, like most of the Democrat Party’s lapdog media and Hollywood Looney Tunes, is rent-free. He lives in AOC’s head 24x7x365. GQ spoke to the leader of the so-called Squad that she is worried about marrying a white man (her fiancé) and feels mistreated by her fellow Democrats. She’s also afraid that Trump supporters will kill her in a matter of weeks or days simply because so many people hate women. Crazy, AOC? AOC, they might be mad that they can’t have you.
Two contradictory beliefs are what I have at the same moment. The other is the unwavering belief that anything is possible. However, I have had the privilege of witnessing firsthand how many people hate women in this country, both unconsciously and consciously. They hate women of color.
AOC’s fear about her impending “murder”
I get asked questions about the future by people. Realistically, I cannot even tell you if my life will be the same in September. That is a huge burden on my shoulders. It’s not only the right wing. Misogyny transcends all political ideologies: Left, Right, and Center.
Wait, a sitting United States Congresswoman is afraid that she could be murdered by a raging Misogynist at any time? More so than any regular MAGA Republican. Alex, are they in the same room as you?
It’s AOC’s dismay at her treatment by members of her own party that disappoints her the most, as it is not surprising. GQ asked her why she was complaining about House Democrats after her 2018 election.
It was open hostility. Open hostility to me, my existence, and my presence. I have experienced much targeting diminution from my party since I arrived, literally, even before day 1. It was pervasive and all-consuming at times. I feel more stable on my own feet now.
They would harbor animosity toward an ex-bartender, who runs to the media at the drop of a hat, arrogantly, cluelessly moaning incessantly over the faults of her party while trying to “moderate” Democrats.
The “future” of the Democrat Party was also worried:
Imagine being a worker and having bosses who don’t like your work and people on your team suspicious of you. Then, the competitor company is trying to kill you.
Ever been to a party and looked around at everyone in the room, thinking they were crazy?
You might have been the one who was crazy.