We would use the old adage “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen,” but sour socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would probably accuse us of sexism.
The media darling took to Twitter on Wednesday to lash out at “Republican commentators” who she says are “stalking” her on social media.
Cognitive dissonance is Republican commentators stalking, doctoring, + editing my casual livestreams out of context in order to sow doubt in my intelligence, all while blindly supporting a man who thinks our greatest defense against forest fires is: A Rakehttps://t.co/RsfyPT6rGy
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) November 21, 2018
“Cognitive dissonance is Republican commentators stalking, doctoring, + editing my casual livestreams out of context in order to sow doubt in my intelligence,” she wrote before claiming President Trump wants to use “a rake” to defend against forest fires.
Cortez has aided in sowing “doubt” about her intelligence, according to a montage put together by The Daily Caller, which includes one of those livestreams.
It kicks off with Cortez’s most recent Pelosi-style brain spasm when she claimed the “three branches of Congress,” then referring to them as “three branches of government,” which she said are the House, Senate and White House.
Another was when she claimed she would be “inaugurated” on January 3 and she would be signing bills on January 4th.
That, of course, wasn’t accurate, either.
In October, she called for Democrats to “pack the Supreme Court.”
“We take back the House, we take back the Senate, we take back the presidency, and we pack the Supreme Court of the United States of America,” according to a clip played on Fox & Friends.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggests Democrats should “pack the Supreme Court” if they regain control of Congress pic.twitter.com/UukySd10dq
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) October 13, 2018
The crowd erupted in applause.
The last time that was attempted — by another progressive — it didn’t fair so well.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt attempted to “pack the courts” and was roundly opposed.