As Twitchy told you, earlier this week, Chase came under fire for their now-deleted “poor-shaming” tweet.
— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) April 30, 2019
Chase’s tweet was hardly as offensive as SJWs made it out to be — which is why it should come as absolutely no surprise that that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez jumped all over it:
You: Why is my balance so low?
Economists: Bc working Americans haven’t gotten a raise in 30 years despite unprecedented growth; & living costs have exploded.
Chase: Maybe if you skipped that Dunkin on April 22nd you‘d be able to afford your RX meds. That’s how that works right pic.twitter.com/i8bGowwomU
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) April 30, 2019
For a socialist, AOC sure does love to capitalize on nontroversies in order to elevate her own profile and pad her own ego. Too bad she gets the most attention by showcasing her own staggering ignorance.
That's strange because just months after the tax cut several major companies announced have they were giving bonuses and raises out all of their employees
and I personally have received five raises over the past two years. So…………
— RJZ New'1984'Deal™ (@RJZ___) May 1, 2019
If you haven’t gotten a raise in 30 years that’s on you.
— Rich Stolz (@RichStolz) May 1, 2019
I’ve gotten a few raises in the last 30 years. What are you babbling about? https://t.co/M5rjzgOnKI
— RBe (@RBPundit) May 1, 2019
How idiotic. She is implying that wages for working Americans haven't changed in 30 years.
— Justin Thompson (@jltho) May 1, 2019
She’s not implying it; she’s outright saying it.
Which workers haven’t gotten a raise? Interestingly…at my last job, I got a raise every year.
— Jason Hallmark (@JasonHallmark) May 1, 2019
Where are these phantom Americans who have been working for THIRTY YEARS without a raise?!
— Tim DeFelice (@Timbosox1) April 30, 2019
Near all the phantom articles, news shows, research, books, podcasts, lectures, documentaries, statistics you have somehow never noticed.
— rafael shimunov (@rafaelshimunov) May 1, 2019
We’re just shocked that AOC would resort to making crap up and completely mischaracterizing reality in order to push her demented agenda.
That IS how that works. People spend money like they have it on all the extras, but complain about not having enough for necessities.
— Marc Gambardella (@chvy350sb) May 1, 2019
I know you’re in Congress, but I’ll try anyway.
There’s this cool thing called a “budget”…
— Jesse Pilalas (@jessepilalas) May 1, 2019
As a millennial from a middle-class family, fiscal responsibility never hurt anyone. I can’t tell you how many peers I know who spend beyond their means by using Uber daily (to go less than 5 blocks), have food delivered every night, drink $6 craft coffee…so sure?
— sara 혜미 (@misosoup) May 1, 2019
As much as I hate Chase and other big banks, these are really common reasons for millennials going broke…
— Devin (@subversivenerd) April 30, 2019
Ugh. I like you but no reason to put someone on blast for giving you helpful advice.
— Lake Effect Joe (@cards_fan75) April 30, 2019
The only reason AOC has to do it is that she’s desperate for attention. Which for her is just about the most legit reason there is.
That @Chase tweet is more practical than the Green New Deal.
— Aaron ✝️?? (@Aaronofthewild) May 1, 2019
She literally can’t speak without spewing nonsense.
— ? (@NuckChorris81) May 1, 2019
She literally cannot.