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NYT Says ‘Men At Fox News’ Pick On AOC Because She’s Good Looking, Has ‘Sex Appeal’

REALLY!? That’s what you guys came up with!?

John Salvatore

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It’s definitely possible that freshman Democrat lawmaker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY) is the most attractive member of Congress.

She’s certainly not the smartest or most clever.

And yet, the New York Times thinks “men at Fox News” continue to pick on AOC because she’s soooo good looking and they could never land her in high school.

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Ummm…sounds a little sexist, doesn’t it?

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Did the NYT just reduce AOC to an object? Hmmm.

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The men at Fox News have a sickly obsession with AOC, partly because they resent her cleverness, charisma and moral vitality, but mostly because they suspect that in high school she was one of those girls they had no hope of getting a date with

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when you’re so woke you explain a female politician by her sex appeal

AOC is the perfect person to cover for Republicans. She constantly makes a fool of herself while Democrats have had no choice but to back everything she’s said and done because she’s become so powerful. In many ways, AOC is becoming the new face of their party. It’s amazing.

This is quite sexist, actually. @AOC has a mind and ideas that men can have a problem with. You just “mostly” reduced her to an object. You NYT Opinion folks are really on a hateful roll lately, eh?

Conservatives: The Green New Deal’s socialist policies would be economic suicide.

New Yorkers: You cost us tens of thousands of jobs.

Nancy Pelosi: You are a small fringe in the party. Democrats reject socialism.

NYT Opion: yOu HaVe A sUcH a cRuSh ????

NYT doing their best to boost AOC’s self-confidence. They’ve become TEEN VOGUE.

There’s something off about the way a lot of progressive dudes talk about AOC and I can’t put my finger on it but it looks like this:

Ocasio-Cortez appeared on the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery” this past weekend.

Hosts Daniel Klaidman and Michael Isikoff asked AOC to name three reasons why she wants to impeach President Trump.

That’s when the train came off the tracks.

See for yourself as Alexandria turns into a bumbling mess:

ISIKOFF: What would be your top three if you were drafting the articles of impeachment?

OCASIO-CORTEZ: The top three? I think number one is emoluments. I think it’s always been emoluments. It’s always been about that for me.

ISIKOFF: Two and three?

OCASIO-CORTEZ: Two and three. I think two would be tax fraud. And number three, um. Man, number three.

ISIKOFF: Interesting that you don’t mention Russia.

OCASIO-CORTEZ: No, I don’t. Because I think that for a lot of aspects of the Russia investigation, as we saw with the Mueller report, I think there are a lot of parts of the Russia issue that some down to emoluments. Pay-for-play, financial transactions, Trump Tower. It comes down to money. And if we had gotten something from the Mueller report I would probably put that up there as number one, but I feel like it is a little risky to put all your eggs in that basket. And I think a lot of this stuff happens through backdoor bank accounts and stuff like that. So emoluments kind of includes any financial misconduct in relation to Russia.

KLAIDMAN: Specifically on tax fraud, what do you have in mind? Is there something specific, like deflating assets, or the insurance issue. Those issues you brought up when you were questioning Michael Cohen?

OCASIO-CORTEZ: Yeah, I agree, I think it comes to that. There is just so much, like the census, you know, I can’t even, the tax bill, like, what can, there is just so much!

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