There is much to be said about the golden child of New York’s 14th congressional district, Alexandria Cha-Cha-Cha Cortez, affectionately known by her friends and foes alike, as simple…err…simply, AOC. Unfortunately for her, not much if any of it is good.
The former struggling waitress speaks in a coded language only understood by her devoted following of liberal want-to-be intellectuals without a brain between them. Others must deep dive into her tangent-filled gibberish in the hope of interpreting just one solitary word if they even care enough to attempt the impossible.
Florida’s Marco Rubio on the other hand, unless he is stretched beyond the same breaking point that happens to us all, tends to remain calm, cool, and collected, even when under pressure. His words don’t roll off his tongue until they have been thoroughly processed. He’s a tangent-free kind of guy, or if you prefer, an adult.
Let’s backtrack. A few weeks ago, AOC, in one of her usual ill-thought-out stunts, dared to go after one of her own by way of a childish tweet. Her tweet was in reference to something West Virginia’s sort of right-leaning Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin had said.
Using every bit of logic known to humankind, Manchin had merely pointed out how using a slogan like “defund the police” wasn’t doing the party one single bit of good. It was causing the opposite effect.
This lit up AOC who in response tweeted a selfie of herself shooting dagger eyes to Manchin. The selfie was taken during President Trump’s second State of the Union address which she obviously was paying no attention to. AOC had bigger and more important fish to fry.
When asked about AOCs immature tweet, Manchin said, “I don’t know the young lady — I really don’t. I never met her. I’m understanding she’s not that active with her bills or in committee. She’s more active on Twitter than anything else.”
Recently, Joe Biden’s totally partisan pick for deputy chief of staff, Jen O’Malley, crassly said, “In the primary, people would mock him, like, ‘You think you can work with Republicans?’ I’m not saying they’re not a bunch of f—ers. Mitch McConnell is terrible.”
She continued, “But this sense that you couldn’t wish for that, you couldn’t wish for this bipartisan ideal? He rejected that. From start to finish, he set out with this idea that unity was possible, that together we are stronger, that we, as a country, need healing, and our politics needs that too.”
AOCs activeness on Twitter has also led her into some fierce battles with Marco Rubio which thus far have left her bloodied and bruised. But if nothing else, the young Bernie Sanders socialist flag-waver has spunk. She refuses to stay down for long.
When Rubio responded to O’Malley’s comment on Twitter with, “Biden talks about unity and healing, but you want to know what they really think? Read how the person he wants as the next WH deputy chief of staff called Republicans in Congress a bunch of f***ers,” in a rushed foaming at the mouth AOC.
@marcorubio “you stood by in total silence when your GOP colleague called a Congresswoman a “f— b—“ on the Capitol steps in front of press. You weren’t big enough to speak then, & you don’t get to sob now. BTW that is the right word for those who fleece & scam working families.”
As you may recall, this past July AOC had a slight altercation with Florida GOP Rep. Ted Yoho. She alleged that Yoho had called her a “f—ing b—-,” which Yoho firmly denied saying. Even so, he manned up and apologized for things getting so out of hand.
Nobody defended Yoho’s innocence, but then again, Yoho is not the incoming deputy chief of staff who has promised to promote unity. AOC coming to her defense in the way she did proves how she never really had a problem with anyone using the word “f—ers.” That was an act. Suddenly it’s the word “that is the right word for those who fleece & scam working families.”
Rubio didn’t respond to AOCs tweet with any long drawn out epic statement. And he certainly didn’t snap a selfie. Instead, he tweeted, “BTW, the right word for those who fleece & scam working families is actually “socialist.”
Boom! See ya’ AOC.