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Ocasio-Cortez Complains About Being Newsworthy After Fighting for Election

When Ocasio-Cortez is sworn in come January, (or “inaugurated” as she once put it), she may want to actually read the Constitution…specifically that pesky First Amendment.




There’s nothing wrong with being a bit distrustful of politicians.  In many ways, that is precisely what the First Amendment of the United States is all about; our freedom to criticize those with whom we disagree.

The issue seems to be that the democrats don’t like playing by these rules.  We needn’t look any further than the anti-free speech riots at UC Berkeley back in 2017 to understand this.

But now, a congressional newcomer is pushing back against the free press, complaining that she has garnered unfavorable coverage of her own, self-imposed “self care” break.

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Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took a hiatus from her “self care” break, and to Twitter Wednesday to complain about Washington, D.C.’s spin wizards in the media, highlighting the same issues with fake news President Trump has harped on for years.

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The article alleged Ocasio-Cortez is focusing on organizing progressive opposition to Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, a Democrat representing Brooklyn, during the 2020 primary as part of a broader push to elect socialist or far left candidates.

And this isn’t the first time Ocasio-Cortez has been remiss in her duties to the Constitution.

Ocasio-Cortez, however, seems to have more in common with Trump on the issue than she does with fellow Democrats. In August, her campaign banned the media from attending a town hall in Queens to prevent reporters from heckling attendees.

This latest tirade puts Ocasio-Cortez in league with President Trump as critics of the mainstream media.

The only difference here is that Cortez is complaining about the press doing its job, where the President is complaining about the press using their job to foment “resistance”.


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