A woman who is involved in decisions about our national security and economic policy was absolutely “shook” by the sight of growing plants during a recent Instagram broadcast.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has made it a habit to let the world in on her word vomit regularly, visited her portion of a community garden to see how things are going.
She was left nearly speechless by the notion that plants thrive in dirt.
“Oh my God, you guys! I just checked on my community garden slot and I was so nervous because I was in New York for two weeks in recess and look!” she said as she turned the camera towards the ground.
“Oh my God! Look at this!” she exclaimed as the tiny plants were appearing.
“Like, look at the collard greens! They’re huge! Look at the dahlias! Oh my God, I’m going to have to trim all of these back for smoothies!” she said with a gasp.
“I am — Shook! Like, honestly, gardening, food that comes out of dirt. Like, it’s magic!” she said, bewildered.
But the socialist’s time away at work proved fateful for the tomatoes.
“RIP tomato,” the text read on the screen as Ocasio-Cortez revealed the plant had shriveled up to a brown crisp.
“Let’s pour one out for the tomato,” she said, pretending to pour an empty wine bottle on the deceased plant.
Undeterred, she exclaimed, “This is so exciting!”
“I really thought they’d be in a sad state, which is contributing to my excitement,” the text read on the screen.
Last month, the socialist congresswoman assembled furniture in her second home and lashed out at her perceived enemies.
With the camera on the floor and glass of wine nearby, Ocasio-Cortez complained about how she’s being treated in a whiny voice.
Seemingly engaging in an argument with an invisible figure questioning her legitimacy, Ocasio-Cortez popped off.
“I’m in this to do the most good each day,” she said, setting her glass of wine on the floor.
“That’s what I’m here to do. So…” she continued, shrugging her shoulders, as if that was her sole defense.
Standing to walk over to a piece of the furniture she was assembling, she walked back to the camera, bending over for just the right shot.
“And guess what? I’m 29! I’m the youngest woman to ever be elected to the United States Congress! I have plenty of time to learn! And I’m not afraid to make mistakes and iterate in public, either,” she ranted.
“And frankly, if the mistakes that I’m making are just a one-off, like, rhetorical thing, you correct it, acknowledge it, and move on,” she said.
“At least I’m not trying to cage children at the border and inject them with drugs. That’s not a mistake! That is a deliberate policy to attack people based on their national origin,” she claimed.
It’s not clear what country she believes is caging children and injecting them with drugs.
Nevertheless, “That’s not a mistake. That’s just hatred!” she said. “That’s just cruelty. That’s just wrong!” she said before getting up in a huff and going back to her furniture assembling.