Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lost control in one video that left people scratching their heads
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez could not help herself.
AOC made a fool of herself once again.
And Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lost control in one video that left people scratching their heads.
Democrats in the House sat on the verge of passing a $1.75 trillion socialist spending bill that would impose large portions of the crown jewel of Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal agenda.
But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy delayed the vote by breaking Nancy Pelosi’s record 8 hour and 7-minute speech by railing against Biden’s socialist spending bill for 8 hours and 31 minutes, delaying the final vote on Biden’s socialist bill with his speech.
Ocasio-Cortez fumed in a video posted to social media that McCarthy delayed her moment of glory.
“Kevin McCarthy, speaking against unions, speaking against universal child care, universal pre-k,” Ocasio-Cortez began ranting that McCarthy “along with all these Agent Smiths in the background exhibiting the stunning diversity of the Republican party.”
Ocasio-Cortez mocked Republicans as “Agents Smiths” – the identical cabal of villainous agents from the Matrix movies.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez continued with her racist comments, saying “look at all those different colored ties and haircuts. I have never seen a more diverse Republican party than the one behind Kevin McCarthy right now.”
Ocasio-Cortez’s false claim about the GOP being all white men flew in the face of recent election results where Donald Trump won 38 percent of the Hispanic vote in 2020 and some exit polls showed Glenn Youngkin winning the Hispanic vote in the Virginia Gubernatorial election.
McCarthy’s speech infuriated Ocasio-Cortez as the socialist Congresswoman complained she had never seen anyone “speak for over an hour with one of the lowest vocabularies I have ever seen, coming from a member of House Leadership.”
“It is stunning to me how long a person can talk, knowing and exhibiting and communicating so little,” Ocasio-Cortez added.
Democrats eventually passed the bill in the House of Representatives.
But now it heads to the Senate where its fate rests in the hands of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin.