If you thought AOC’s 7-minute look at our future under the Green New Deal was terrifying and self-aggrandizing and unwatchable, can you imagine what she’d do with a whole damn documentary? Well, you may not have to imagine it at all:
— New York Post (@nypost) May 7, 2019
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is talking to the filmmaker who chronicled the political upstart’s run for Congress in a Netflix documentary about a new project highlighting her Green New Deal environmental plan, according to a report Tuesday.
Rachel Lears followed the rookie lawmaker and three other women running during the 2018 midterm elections in “Knock Down the House,” which aired on the streaming service, Axios reported.
“Knock Down the House” wasn’t a big enough joke, apparently.
They should list it as available under comedy.
— Paul Burgess (@itsalonewolf) May 7, 2019
— Andy Gretland?️? (@GretlandAndy) May 7, 2019
Will she redistribute the earnings?
— footballfetch (@rlbradley85) May 7, 2019
Straight into the garage disposal.
— .?.Badaisè (@DanBadaise) May 7, 2019
So, what are they gonna call this thing?
AOC’s “Battlefield Earth”.
— NationofJake (@NationofJake) May 7, 2019
— The Bell Tower (@TheBellTowerOrg) May 7, 2019
An Incoherent Truth
— neontaster (@neontaster) May 7, 2019
Has a nice ring to it.
No one voted for it. That's gonna be a hell of an ending. https://t.co/F3T2QeA1l7
— prop op (@ProperOpinion) May 7, 2019
Gonna be a short documentary. Presents the “Green new deal”, it gets zero votes, THE END. They could save money and just make it a gif.
— Preaus (@Preaus) May 7, 2019
Right? Oh, and speaking of saving money:
Amazon Prime can do a documentary on all the money and jobs she cost New York.
— Razor (@hale_razor) May 7, 2019
Now there’s an idea. Meanwhile:
Going to laugh so hard if AOC loses in 2020 after all the media fawning
— Judgemental Shoelace (@DocKilmer) May 7, 2019