AOC makes rookie mistake, announces she’s in the market for ‘team name’ on Twitter. How about…

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Aside from displaying the progressive left-declared secret code for white power — an ‘OK’ hand signal — Rep. Alexander Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., made the rookie mistake of letting it be known online that she’s in search of a team name for her congressional team.

The self-declared democratic socialist was responded to a tweet from Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., that showcased a photo of the two hard-left Democrats, along with Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., who infamously called President Trump a “mother f–ker.”

The photo captured the three freshman Democrats looking on at this week’s House Oversight Committee as former Trump attorney Michael Cohen testified — Pressley took the opportunity to promote the trio by supposedly calling attention to her staff, which she neglects to name.

“Ayanna has too many incredible qualities to count, but the fact that she picked the name “A Team” for her staff is ?? (We‘re still in the market for a clever team name!),” the Bronx socialist tweeted.

Speaking of staff, Ocasio-Cortez brought socialism to her office in the form of wealth redistribution, announcing she was paying everyone a minimum of $52,000, a “living wage,” as she declared. Never mind that it’s an exorbitant salary for entry level staff.

To do this, Ocasio-Cortez capped salaries at $80,000, meaning those accustomed to earning much more, like her chief of staff, took a major hit.

Which may explain why her chief of staff was chowing on a burger in a photo of the congresswoman that went viral. The point of interest behind the photo being that the hypocrite lawmaker called on Americans to do away with eating hamburgers to fight climate change — see cow farts, as her radical Green New Deal denotes.

As for announcing the need of a team name, some took it as a name for the trio in the photo.

Starting with the obvious:

Beyond the given, the reactions online were hilarious — beginning with that ??.

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:

Despite the confusion, the hashtag #OcasioCortezStaffTeamName was created, not that the names offered could apply in either case:

Tom Tillison


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