AOC reads from her make-believe ‘Misogynist Dictionary’ and decides the word ‘nasty’ is sexist

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Besides rewriting history, socialist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is apparently also into rewriting the dictionary.

Case in point: Responding to President Donald Trump’s recent criticism of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, the 29-year-old congresswoman pulled out a fictional Misogynist Dictionary and provided her Twitter followers with a completely fictional definition of the word “nasty:

According to her make-believe Misogynist Dictionary, “nasty” is an adjective used by so-called misogynist men to describe women who don’t bow down to them and aren’t attracted to them.

AOC was obviously trying to be sassy. But instead she wound up coming off as someone who’s nasty, an adjective that — according to the actual dictionary — describes something or someone who’s “highly unpleasant” or “behaving in an unpleasant or spiteful way.”

As a result of her own nastiness, Ocasio-Cortez triggered a flurry of nastiness in return, which makes sense, given that according to legendary scientist Isaac Newton’s third law, for every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction (BTW, that’s called science, and sadly, science is one thing AOC isn’t into).

Observe (*LANGUAGE WARNING):

AOC’s rewriting of the dictionary was spurred by a remark the president made last week about Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

During an interview with the British tabloid magazine The Sun, the interviewer mentioned to Trump that, prior to marrying into the royal family and relocating to the U.K., the Duchess, then known as Meghan Markle, had pledged to move to Canada if he won the 2016 presidential election.

“I didn’t know that. What can I say? I didn’t know that she was nasty,” he allegedly said in response, according to The Sun.

This statement led to accusations that he’d referred to the Duchess as a “nasty” person.

The president has disputed this narrative:

And on Saturday the president’s 2020 campaign released audio footage from the interview.

What The Sun had reportedly neglected to mention in its original report of what happened after the “nasty” remark.

“Is it good having an American princess then, Mr. President? Does that help the link? I think it’s nice. I think it is nice, and I’m sure she will do excellently,” the interviewer asked.

“It’s nice, and I am sure she will do excellently. She will be very good. I hope she does (succeed),” Trump replied.

Listen:

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Would Trump have praised the Duchess if he really felt she was nasty? Probably not. This supports his contention that, as he wrote on Twitter, he’d never referred to her specifically as nasty.

What’s fascinating is that even anti-Trump Democrats came to the president’s defense after AOC pulled out her silly Misogynist Dictionary to smear him.

“‘I didn’t know she was nasty’ after being told she smack-talked him,” one liberal Democrat tweeted. “He didn’t actually say anything derogatory. I can’t stand him but we can’t twist things to fit our narratives. That’s one of the things we fight against.”

To be clear, his side is doing a horrible job fighting against false narratives

See this and other tweets below:

It’s absolutely amazing that so many Democrats decided to case aside their Trump Derangement Syndrome for just a sec to defend the president from AOC’s latest smear. It tells you something.

One, Democrat voters may just be more honest than they appear. And two, Democrats voters are fed-up with AOC’s antics. They’re not alone.

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