Mocking Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., for her inane words and actions is evolving into a sport, which is the price the Bronx nitwit pays for her undying thirst for attention.
Ocasio-Cortez did a bizarre Instagram Live video last week pontificating on life while kneeling on the floor, eating popcorn and drinking wine. And to prove she is talented, she did it all while building IKEA furniture.
Saturday Night Live in its heyday couldn’t have come up with better material.
Talking while her mouth is full of popcorn, the democratic socialist declared that your grandchildren will hate you for not backing her radical Green New Deal and that U.S. officials on the border are “deliberately” trying to “cage children and inject them with drugs” because “of their national origin.”
But that was just the tip of the iceberg, as she compared Republicans to the possessed girl in “The Exorcist,” saying their negativity is like “vomiting pea soup.” Responding to a few inquires, Ocasio-Cortez absentmindedly wiped her greasy popcorn hands on her pants as she answered — she even picked up a dropped popcorn kernel from the floor and put it back in the bowl.
Q: Would you support a female draft?
AOC: As long as we have a draft, I support people of all genders being drafted. pic.twitter.com/unMJB08r6q
— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) April 4, 2019
If ever there was a cry to be ridiculed, this was it.
And social media delivered, as seen in a contribution from The Daily Caller’s Jessica Fletcher, who offered a hilarious take as “a new girl in D.C.”
“So, I have some furniture to put together and I guess that means I have to sit on the floor and record myself,” she begins. “While telling you how much your future grandkids are going to hate you, even though I believe the world is going to end in 12 years, which means you couldn’t possibly have grandchildren.”
I’ve learned this is what you do when you’re a new girl in DC pic.twitter.com/PNN96yLKd0
— Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) April 4, 2019
Yes, Ocasio-Cortez repeated a previous claim that we may only have but 12 years to live. The doomsday message delivered with a mouth full of popcorn for effect:
On Instagram live, AOC just compared climate change and the world ending in 12 years to the civil rights movement and people protesting against African-Americans… pic.twitter.com/6fcC74h5ny
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) April 4, 2019
But the over-the-top parody seen below is a side-splitter, as it perfectly captured the Bronx Bolshevik’s thought process.
— Randy Savage (@_hublette) April 5, 2019
that's me in the video..my Twitter and IG are both @_hublette
— Randy Savage (@_hublette) April 6, 2019
YouTube videos sprang up too.
But the mocking was not limited to her Instagram Live video, as seen in the offering below from comedian Alyssa Limperis, who played up Ocasio-Cortez’s meeting last week with the cast from “Queer Eye,” who were in D.C. to advocate for the Equality Act, and the Violence Against Women Act.
— Alyssa Limperis (@alyssalimp) April 4, 2019
All we can say is enjoy it while it lasts, as Fox News’ Tucker Carlson informs us that Ocasio-Cortez’s “moment” will pass one day for a very simple reason, “It’s too stupid to continue.”
Here’s a quick sampling of some responses to the AOC parodies from Twitter:
Lay down the sauce pic.twitter.com/RFa7K1cYCG
— Matthew Halcomb (@Matthew_Halcomb) April 4, 2019
— A1 Best Movers (@A1BestMovers) April 5, 2019
“I’m just gonna have ONE glass of wine. It’s no big deal!” pic.twitter.com/TPBVBS6MP9
— Toomer (@MagnoliaToomer) April 4, 2019
— Matthew Hurtt (@matthewhurtt) April 5, 2019
As a representative of the Democrat party, we're the only ones fighting for important issues like no Cow farts, Avocados, Medicare for illegals and the right to drink wine and assemble IKEA furniture.
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Press Release (parody) (@AOCpress) April 5, 2019
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