Next, we’ll see politicians brushing their teeth and cutting the grass.
In a move remeniscent of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Elizabeth Warren took to Instagram to field questions from supporters.
Along the way, she stopped to play with her dog, drink a beer, and have a side conversation with her husband.
Thanking people who have already donated to her campaign, Warren moved the camera to show the dog laying on the floor and chewing on a bone.
After setting the camera back on the table, she left the frame to fetch a beer.
Moments later, her husband appeared and they chatted in front of her fans.
“Do you want a beer?” she asked him.
He said he would pass.
Warren went on and on acknowledging the people watching her.
“So who have we got here?” she said at one point. “Darth? Good to see you, Darth.”
It’s quite possible that’s the first time those words have ever been uttered.
Her Instagram chat was similar to those held by Ocasio-Cortez.
During an Instagram Live Q&A session in November, the 29-year-old socialist discussed her election victory and teased the idea of maybe running for president in the future.
While making macaroni and cheese and listening to music from a kitchen, the Democratic darling spoke about Shirley Chisholm, a black former member of Congress who died in 2005.
“Chisholm was the first black woman to ever run for president as a nominee of any major political party,” Ocasio-Cortez said while pulling cheese out of the grater.
“She was a congresswoman out of Brooklyn. She was also the first black woman in Congress. And people asked her when she ran for president in the 1970s…60s,” she continued while forgetting the dates and moving from counter to counter.
The socialist went on to say that Chisholm told people that she ran for president because “someone had to be the first,” saying that she knew she was “blazing a trail for.. um.. for.. black candidates.. for.. women.”
Ocasio-Cortez was saying that Chisholm wanted blacks, minorities, and women to run for public office, including the presidency.
So, while grating her cheese and breaking into random dance moves in the kitchen, Ocasio-Cortez seemed to be implying that she could run for president.
Martin Walsh contributed to this report.