Ocasio-Cortez isn’t thrilled about critics of her expressions of “substantive change”:
People who seek substantive change are almost always told some version of:
– “you’re crazy”
– “you don’t know anything”
– “you’re too [old/young/quiet/loud/whatever]”
To detractors, you will never be good enough. To friends, you are always enough.
So just do your thing! 💪🏽💜
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) July 18, 2018
Charles C.W. Cooke clued in the Left’s newest socialist darling about something:
Right. It’s that, not that you made a series of elementary and embarrassing mistakes during a televised interview.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) July 18, 2018
Well there’s that!
Miss Smarty Pants only wants to hear that she's a genius political rock star who knows everything about everything.
So y'all just hush up about her fake-o-nomics fakery and let her do her thang!https://t.co/Fx9M61hCw0 https://t.co/KZ8TrQQNDk
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) July 18, 2018
Spouting vapid slogans got her this far, so it's unlikely she will stop. No sense in trying to get her to change her approach.
— d3o (@D3o_ha) July 18, 2018
Other people seeking similar "substantive change"
People that want a real life Purge
You get called crazy because your ideas are bad. You get told you don't know anything because pretty clearly, you don't know much.
— John Hawkins (@johnhawkinsrwn) July 18, 2018