Mini-AOC gives us another side-splitting parody of Ocasio-Cortez, includes nod to James Woods

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A new video from an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez parody account has many agreeing that “mini AOC” is so much better than the “full size.”

Ava Martinez returned to social media with another video parody of the New York congresswoman, poking fun at multiple signature phrases and recent actions by Ocasio-Cortez.

“Like, hello America, AOC here again,” the 8-year-old said in her latest video. “But this time from Washington, D.C., which is named after our first president — George Washington D.C.”

Wearing glasses and sporting the well-known red lipstick like the Democrat, Martinez jumped right in to her character portrayal, mocking the environmental and economic plan introduced by the freshman lawmaker which calls for transitioning to 100 percent clean renewable energy in the span of a decade.

“Like, I want to tell you about my plan to single-handedly save the planet. I call it the Green New Deal. I picked green because I’m still learning my colors,” Martinez explained.

“I came up with my plan after we were watching, like, the most important documentary on climate change. It’s called Ice Age 2: The Meltdown,” she said, referring to the 2006 animated movie about animals during the ice age facing the effects of global warming as glaciers melt on the planet. “That’s not me saying it, that’s science.”

“My Green New Deal will cost, like, 93 trillion dollars. Do you know how much that is? Me neither. Because it’s totally worth it. If sea levels keep rising, we won’t be able to drive to Hawaii any more,” the mini-AOC continued.

“I just got this electric car. It’s eco-friendly and everyone has to drive one under my deal,” Martinez said, as the camera panned back to show her sitting in a small pink electric kids car.

“And that’s why I bought one for my boyfriend, too, illegally, using campaign donations. Well, you bought it for him,” she said, connecting to reports earlier this year that the former New York City bartender was hit with a Federal Election Commission complaint alleging that thousands of dollars were laundered through a political action committee to her boyfriend, Riley Roberts.

At this point in the parody video, a young boy drove up in another electric car, presumably playing the part of Ocasio-Cortez’s boyfriend. The mini-congresswoman commanded him not to speak while pointing a threatening finger at him.

“I do the same thing to Pelosi and Schumer,” she told the camera, referring to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Many viewers raved about the sign on the back of the car driven by the “boyfriend,” which read “Free @RealJamesWoods,” referring to the conservative actor who was suspended by Twitter last week.

Viewers of the parody seemed to especially like the reference.

“Well, gotta go because the street lights just came on,” Martinez ended the video, tossing her empty Starbucks cup while saying “Goodnight Venezuela.”

The 8-year-old’s resemblance to Ocasio-Cortez and her comic interpretation of the 29-year-old congresswoman have garnered her over 15,000 followers on Twitter where she was praised for her previous video last month.

Her latest video had fans of the mini-AOC pouring praise on Twitter. And if the social media platform doesn’t delete the parody account, as it did earlier this month with another popular one which had over 85,000 followers, many said they look forward to more from the eight-year-old.


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