In Chicago, Democrats recruit the dead to vote.
In New York, they recruit children for their agenda.
While Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was campaigning in Queens today, she attempted to sway a group of kids to her cause.
Speaking to a handful of children with Lt. Governor candidate Jumaane Williams, Cortez put on the sell.
After nearly calling herself the Congresswoman — months before the general election — she said she’s going to Washington to “fight Trump.”
The children cheered.
“We need your help to fight Trump,” Cortez told them as one boy shadowboxed the President.
“I don’t like Trump,” one child said.
Cortez worked earnestly to get the kids to get their parents to vote for her so she can go to D.C. to impeach the President.
“First you need to ask your parents to vote. Because if they don’t vote, then we can’t kick out Trump,” Cortez told the kids in a football-like huddle.
“Yeah, he doesn’t support immigrants!” one kid lamented.
Cortez then wanted a show of hands for the kids who were going to go lobby their parents.
“Are you going to tell your parents to vote?” she demanded.
“Yes!” the group responded.
“I don’t like Trump,” a boy said.
“Me neither!” shouted another.
“He’s going to put walls up,” said another.
“Tell your parents to vote for Alexandria in November,” she instructed, before requesting they repeat back to her the command.
She ended the recruiting session with a round of high-fives.