People are seriously confused.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez-Stalin (D-NY) is doing everything in her power to make sure Joe Biden is not the Democrats’ nominee for president in 2020.
Last night, she tweeted out a bizarre message that left many of her followers stunned.
In response to a Reuters report that detailed Biden’s more “reasonable” plan to combat climate change without forcing Americans back into the dark ages (as Socialists like AOC want), the freshman Congresswoman lashed out in an unprofessional way.
“This is a dealbreaker,” she tweeted out last night. “There is no ‘middle ground’ w/ climate denial & delay.”
“Blaming ‘blue collar’ Americans as the main opponents to bold climate policy is gas lobbyist 101. We’re not going to solve the climate crisis w/ this lack of leadership. Our kids’ lives are at stake.”
This is a dealbreaker.
There is no “middle ground” w/ climate denial & delay.
Blaming “blue collar” Americans as the main opponents to bold climate policy is gas lobbyist 101.
We’re not going to solve the climate crisis w/ this lack of leadership. Our kids’ lives are at stake. https://t.co/KvrBmaJd75
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) May 10, 2019
Socialist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t appear to be a fan of former Vice President Joe Biden, a man whom many suspect is the only 2020 Democrat presidential candidate who even has a chance in hell of defeating President Donald Trump.
Yet despite Biden being the most “electable” candidate, according to polling data and liberal and conservative commentators alike, the young congresswoman has repeatedly bashed him.
Her latest attack was posted Friday evening, when she slammed him via Twitter for trying to pursue a climate change policy that isn’t as glaringly radical and unrealistic as her own climate proposal. …
Conservatives meanwhile took joy in seeing AOC bash the 2020 contender yet again.
Right before Biden entered the race late last month, she admitted in an interview with Yahoo News that she was less than enthusiastic about his then-upcoming candidacy.
“I can understand why people would be excited by that, this idea that we can go back to the good old days with Obama, with Obama’s vice president,” she said dismissively.” There’s an emotional element to that, but I don’t want to go back. I want to go forward.”
She admitted though that she’d support whoever ultimately won the Democrat nomination. …
As a result AOC came under attack on twitter from Republicans and Democrats alike.
What do you think of this?
Src: The Federalist Papers