WATCH: Elizabeth Warren Tells Anderson Cooper There are TWO Branches of Government. There are Three, Sweetie.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez incorrectly stated there were three "chambers" of government. Which is a gaffe. A bad gaffe considering she's a member of one of those "chambers" but still a gaffe. They're called branches of government. Well here's an even bigger whoopsie. Elizabeth Warren, who's running for president by the looks of it, told pale face Anderson Cooper there are only TWO branches of government. Watch for yourself:
But there are three branches of government: executive, legislative and judicial. For national level politics, of which Pow Wow Chow here is a member, that means the president, Congress (House of Representatives and the Senate) and the Supreme Court.
Three. Always three. Like a triangle. Not to be confused with a tomahawk, a war drum, or moccasins. Even fringy moccasins with glitter and beads. Lizzy here needs to think of the three branches of government like points on a tipi. Sure, it's conical, but a drawing of a tipi. She should pin the drawing up somewhere, maybe next to the dreamcatcher. So long as it's out of the way of her husband bumbling into the kitchen as she's sipping a beer oh so casually.
Elizabeth Warren: 1/1024th aware of how government works. And no, that meme will never get old.