At this point, we’re starting to think Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is deliberately tweeting things so people will make fun of her. With tweets like this one, it’s no wonder Kristy Swanson dedicated an entire thread of blonde jokes to her …
Mood: American Revolutionary pic.twitter.com/c38Kwm821d
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) November 29, 2018
For real? Does Alexandria understand the government she’s pretending she wants to revolt against is the very one she wants to give more power to in providing Medicare For All?
It’s like she doesn’t know what she’s talking about.
Have to believe in the Constitution for that.
— Mason (@aintwesomething) November 29, 2018
So, basically, you are asserting "common folk" are uneducated and will provide a better representative form of government then educated people. Or maybe you wanted to leave the "and" out of your sentence. In either case, it's not 1776 and the rest of us have moved on.
— marnes (@marnes) November 29, 2018
What she said.
Yeah, don't flatter yourself (again).
Exit question: How do you suppose the American Revolution all lines up with your "tax 'em till they puke" socialist agenda?
— FFFFF™ (@corrcomm) November 29, 2018
Gonna guess NO.
Since this is an obvious dig at "rich people" Ruling….
You're half my age and will make more $$$ in one year than i'll make during your 6 years in office
But please, enjoy playing New York's Princess
— Merry Jackhole Christmas?❄️⛄? (@Mojo50James) November 29, 2018
— Bryan McDowell (@Pitt70115) November 29, 2018
Read a book.
Find out how much money Nancy Pelosi has and get back with us.
— K Ham (@keithfhamilton) November 29, 2018
You do realize that the ideology you promote is almost directly in line with that of the French Revolution and contrary to that of the American revolution
— Huge Merk (@TheHugeMerk) November 29, 2018
Narrator: She does NOT realize that.
Are you saying there are only men and women?
— Chris Paul (@iamthearbiter) November 29, 2018
Now she’s gone and done it.
The WHOLE POINT of seeking independence was to PREVENT excessive taxation by a central “king”.
To prevent a central authority of aristocrats (Now you) from imposing unfair-taxation while telling the individual how to live.
I realize you are still learning American History.
— Crypto Popsicle (@CryptoPopsicle) November 29, 2018
Cripes, let’s hope.
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