Ocasio Cortez and Hillary Clinton bond on Twitter by jointly playing Victim Card over email scandal

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A tale of two fools: Ocasio-Cortez made the April Fool’s cover of Time magazine for her crusade against farting cows. Similarly, her hero Hillary was hailed as “Madam President” on Newsweek’s November 2016 cover, even though she lost the election.

Democrat Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton bonded on Twitter by playing the victim card while referencing Hillary’s email scandal during her tenure as Barack Obama’s secretary of state.

Hillary Used Unsecured Server for 4 Years

The “female-bonding” commiseration started when AOC suggested there was a parallel between White House adviser Jared Kushner’s use of “WhatsApp” (an encrypted messaging app) and Hillary’s unauthorized use of a private, unsecured email server when she was Secretary of State for four years.

More than 2,100 classified emails passed through Hillary’s unsecured home email server. Of those, 22 were so top-secret they were deemed too classified to be released to the public.

“But his WhatsApp,” Ocasio-Cortez sarcastically tweeted.

Hillary snarked back: “Tell me about it.”

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Ukrainian Prosecutor: Hillary Colluded with Ukraine

Both Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Hillary Clinton have enjoyed a banner week, as they compete to see who can stir up more controversy and scandal.

As BizPac Review previously reported, Ukraine’s top prosecutor, Yurii Lutsenko, launched a criminal investigation into a Clinton-Ukraine collusion plot to rig the 2016 election in Hillary’s favor.

As Robert Mueller’s fruitless investigation into “Trump-Russia” collusion winds down — with no evidence of collusion on President Trump’s part — there’s a renewed spotlight on Hillary’s collusion with Ukraine.

This is a scandal that has been grossly downplayed by the left-wing mainstream media. But Ukrainian authorities have not forgotten that corrupt Ukrainian officials colluded with Hillary to meddle in the 2016 election to keep Trump from winning.

Ocasio-Cortez Makes Time Magazine’s April Fool’s Cover

Meanwhile, Ocasio-Cortez got the dubious honor of being the cover girl for Time magazine’s April Fool’s issue. BizPac Review’s Vivek Saxena observed:

“This wouldn’t usually attract the attention of conservatives, who for the most part dislike the magazine because of its left-wing bias, except that this edition’s cover contained something unusual.

Under the date, April 1, 2020 — which as a reminder denotes April Fool’s Day — was a picture of the Democrat Party’s biggest fool, socialist congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Was this a coincidence or a conspiracy?”

Ocasio-Cortez’s Popularity Tanks Amid Epic Gaffes

AOC is still reeling after a new Gallup poll shows that her popularity has cratered 15 points since September 2018, due to her unending stream of embarrassing gaffes and false statements.

Gallup pointed out that Ocasio-Cortez is now more known among Americans, but less liked:

“Americans have taken note of the meteoric rise of Ocasio-Cortez, who went from a Manhattan bartender to a committee member on the powerful House Financial Services Committee in less than a year.

But their view of her has become slightly more negative than positive in the process.

 

‘Like, You Know, Whatever!

Ocasio-Cortez shot to fame to emerge as the de facto leader of the Democrat Party, thanks to her embrace of radical leftist ideas such as socialism, open-borders, and her unwillingness to pay taxes — even as she urges Americans to pay their fair share.

15 Minutes of Fame Are Dwindling Fast

If you criticize AOC’s inane policy ideas, she immediately recoils by accusing you of being a racist and/or a sexist — even if the critics are minority females.

Here’s her usual response: “Like, you know, whatever!” Keep in mind that AOC is 29 years old, not 14.

There’s only so long one can skate by on “youth” and frenetic energy. The clock is ticking. Tick. Tock.

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Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is a financial editor who writes about politics at BizPac Review, about business at CCN, and general news at HVY. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at Samantha_Chang.
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