AOC Says the Democrat Party is Not a "Left Party." Isn't she Adorable?
On Monday, AOC put on a mic, sat in a chair, faced a person, and had "real talk." Unfortunately for AOC, no matter how fancy the venue, how elite the outfit, or how serious the topic, one just cannot run away from dumb. Not only did AOC wonder, aloud to an audience and for all of us in conservative media to hear, why so few police were present at the Virginia Gun Rally, she also said the Democrat Party is not a left party.
This woman is so idiotic she's almost cute.
.@AOC today: “ We don’t have a left party in the United States. The Democratic Party is not a left party. The Democ… https://t.co/ZuZgvjYLB8— Ibrahim (@Ibrahim) 1579555742.0
Notice the crowd cheering her when she says the Democrat Party isn't a left party. My oh my.
This is the same Democrat Party which has hosted such center-right figures as Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, every elected dimwitted numbskull from California, and is now trying to out batshit crazy one another on the national stage in a process otherwise known as the "Democrat Presidential Primaries." Which has, henceforth, proposed such "center-right" policy ideas as banning cars, banning meat, banning certain guns, banning all guns, limiting speech via "hate speech" laws, and takes seriously AOC's idea of the "Green New Deal."
But yeah. Bunch of moderates, those Democrats.
'Splain how these Democrats and their ideas are center-right, AOC. I'm just peeing my pants with curiosity here.
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Alternative theory: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez actually believes the party is more center-right the way she believes herself a serious intellectual figure. In that anyone who disagrees with her is just "center-right."