That whole thing earlier today about turning the United States Postal Service into a national non-profit bank for the “unbanked” and “underbanked” and people of color was just another of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ many ideas to fix the horrible mess that is capitalist America — it wasn’t an actual legislative proposal.

And now her first actual legislative proposal, the one which didn’t even get a single yet vote from its Democrat co-sponsors in the Senate, doesn’t count as an actual legislative proposal anymore … this does, though:

We remember that one big resolution she introduced was kind of a big deal at the time … are we not talking about that anymore?

The $93 trillion fairy tale that was going to cost each household in America $600,000 to implement?

No, you don’t remember it. And you certainly don’t remember all the senators currently running for president rushing to co-sponsor it and then voting “present,” never to speak of it again.

She’s the one with the economics degree, right?

Good luck, congresswoman, on this, your first major legislative proposal.