It could become a lucrative TV game show. Players would be presented with putative quotes by Democratic Socialist congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and be required to tell whether the words and ideas are actually hers. Contestants who guess correctly would win fabulous prizes.
Let’s try practice round. Question one: True or false? In July, Ocasio-Cortez explained that the rate of “unemployment is low because everyone has two jobs.” Check here for the answer. Question two: True or false? In an interview on “Meet the Press” Sunday, Ocasio-Cortez praised Venezuela for making every citizen a millionaire through hyperinflation. (Not so easy, is it?)
Now let’s play for real. True or false? With cameras rolling, Ocasio-Cortez invited a group of children around the age of 9 or 10 to help her “fight Trump,” The answer appears in the following video.
Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recruits children to "fight Trump." pic.twitter.com/5igAFqVUiQ
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) September 2, 2018
Proof-positive that she’s addressing her intellectual peers comes when a chubby kid wearing an orange t-shirt begins shadow boxing after hearing the words fight Trump.
Something else that Ocasio-Cortez said — and this one is true — is that America is no longer “soccer moms with two vans and stuff,” sharing her vision of a socialist “paradise,” not unlike Venezuela, where there is plenty of government and little of anything else. Is that why she is intruding on the play time of young children so that she can brainwash them into believing that she is going to “take out Trump” — whatever that means?
(h/t Ryan Saavedra, Daily Mail)