If Stupid and Moron got together and had an inbred baby, she would be brighter than the democrat’s latest rising star.
At every turn, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says something worthy of mocking. In fact, she currently holds a record for inspiring the most internet memes in one month.
Here are some of my personal favorites:
Yet liberals believe she’s the face of the next generation.
This speaks volumes for the democrat party. What ever happened to pushing your best and brightest into leadership roles? Or maybe I’m overly optimistic and Ocasio-Cortez is the brightest new democrat they’ve got. Still, in her latest interview, it seems she’s apologizing. For what? It’s hard to say for certain. Maybe for being a woman, maybe for being born.
Either way, her speech is largely unintelligible.
If you’re having trouble following her, here’s a little TRANSCRIPT:
OCASIO-CORTEZ: “They’re like, and we need to — you know, they say discrimination or unfair incarceration of black men, and then they pause and the crowd cheers, and it’s like, in their mind, they’re like ‘you’re welcome’ for acknowledging it. And it’s like, okay, acknowledging racism is a really big step. It’s a really big step from where we were. But you’re right, it’s nowhere near enough and the solutions are so painful.
Frankly, I find it — I find the solutions for white communities to be very painful because it’s very painful for a community to understand and have go through this — like, you can be — the idea that you can be poor and benefit from the color of your skin does not compute for a lot of people. And going through that realization is very painful or even just economically for people that were born with silver spoons. It’s very painful to admit that you had advantages and it’s just — “
GRIM: “Look what happened to Brett Kavanaugh when he was confronted. He melted down in front of the whole country.”
OCASIO-CORTEZ: “Oh my God — it literally is an identity meltdown, it’s a fundamental — “
GRIM: “I worked for everything I ever had.”
OCASIO-CORTEZ: “Yeah. And, like, that is the majority of a lot of communities, how a lot of communities feel. And it’s because, if you haven’t had a transition in your life where, you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges and then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life, you actually see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences.
If you’ve never experienced different treatment in your life, you wouldn’t know what different treatment feels like or looks like. And it’s really, really hard. I mean, it’s like — and we can all, almost every single person in this country can acknowledge some privilege of some of some type, you know. I’m a cisgendered woman. I will never know the trauma of feeling like I’m not born in the right body. And that is a privilege that I have, no matter how poor my family was when I was born. But it’s really hard for some people to admit that they — you know, it’s part of this weird American Dream mythology that we have, that for a lot of — in a lot of circumstances isn’t as true or isn’t as clearly communicated as we’d like for it, or we wish it was.”
I’ll be honest. When I first listened to the video clip, I thought she said “sixth gendered woman” and I was baffled. I thought Ocasio-Cortez was referencing how many generations of women she came from. You never really know with this woman, so I backed it up and played the clip again. When I heard, more clearly, “cisgendered,” I just had to shake my head.
Cisgender is a term for people whose gender identity matches the sex that they were assigned at birth. In other words, she’s a woman who identifies as a woman. Where I come from, this is referred to as “normal.” But apparently, leftists now considered this just another form of privilege.
By leftist standards, I’m quite privileged indeed. I’m white. I’m a woman, and I identify as a woman. I must have it made in the shade. All I need now are some of those democrat entitlements like a free cell phone to make my life complete. But back to Ocasio-Cortez.
I can’t stop laughing at her.
I will never know the trauma of feeling like I’m not born in the right body. And that is a privilege that I have, no matter how poor my family was when I was born.
Do you feel another meme coming on?