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Ocasio-Cortez is the quintessential wide-eyed liberal.<ref>https://youtu.be/bSbP3hIP90I</ref> Early on, her website was a redirect page for the group [[Brand New Congress]], archives in the [[Wayback Machine]] show.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20170828110100/https://ocasio2018.com/ Brand New Congress home page via ocasio2018 .com]</ref> Ocasio-Cortez is largely viewed as a [[Bernie Sanders]] retread.
 
Ocasio-Cortez is the quintessential wide-eyed liberal.<ref>https://youtu.be/bSbP3hIP90I</ref> Early on, her website was a redirect page for the group [[Brand New Congress]], archives in the [[Wayback Machine]] show.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20170828110100/https://ocasio2018.com/ Brand New Congress home page via ocasio2018 .com]</ref> Ocasio-Cortez is largely viewed as a [[Bernie Sanders]] retread.
  
Although Ocasio-Cortez pretends to speak for and come from [[poverty]], she grew up in the [[white privilege]]d suburb of Westchester County with a median household income of $83,000 - one of the highest in the country. Westchester county is the home of the [[Clinton]] and [[Rockefeller]] estates.<ref>http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5905247/amp/Girl-Bronx-Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez-actually-grew-wealthy-Westchester-County.html</ref>
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Although Ocasio-Cortez pretends to speak for and come from [[poverty]], she grew up in the [[white privilege]]d suburb of Westchester County with a median household income of $83,000 - one of the highest in the country. Westchester County is the home of the [[Clinton]] and [[Rockefeller]] estates.<ref>http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5905247/amp/Girl-Bronx-Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez-actually-grew-wealthy-Westchester-County.html</ref>
  
Ocasio-Cortez' advocacy of [[Medicare]] for all, free college tuition and housing would cost $42 Trillion, two-and-one half times the nation's total [[economic]] output or [[GDP]], experts say.<ref>https://www.vox.com/platform/amp/the-big-idea/2018/8/7/17658574/democratic-socialism-cost-medicare-college-sanders-deficits-taxes</ref> The [[United States]] has the world's largest economy, with 6% of the [[planet]]'s population producing 25% of the planet's wealth. In an interview with Chris Cuomo of [[CNN]], Ocasio-Cortez gave no solid proposals how to increase total U.S. GDP by 250%, and consumption of the world's resources, to meet her expectations. Although Ocasio-Cortez did question the baseline costs of U.S. [[healthcare]], alleging the figures do not include the funeral costs of the uninsured.<ref>https://www.dailywire.com/news/34265/ocasio-cortez-socialized-medicine-cheap-people-ryan-saavedra?amp</ref>
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Ocasio-Cortez' advocacy of [[Medicare]] for all, free college tuition and housing would cost $42 Trillion, two-and-one-half times the nation's total [[economic]] output or [[GDP]], experts say.<ref>https://www.vox.com/platform/amp/the-big-idea/2018/8/7/17658574/democratic-socialism-cost-medicare-college-sanders-deficits-taxes</ref> The [[United States]] has the world's largest economy, with 6% of the [[planet]]'s population producing 25% of the planet's wealth. In an interview with Chris Cuomo of [[CNN]], Ocasio-Cortez gave no solid proposals how to increase total U.S. GDP by 250%, and consumption of the world's resources, to meet her expectations. Although Ocasio-Cortez did question the baseline costs of U.S. [[healthcare]], alleging the figures do not include the funeral costs of the uninsured.<ref>https://www.dailywire.com/news/34265/ocasio-cortez-socialized-medicine-cheap-people-ryan-saavedra?amp</ref>
  
 
Former Democratic party [[Vice President]]ial candidate [[Joe Lieberman]] said if Ocasio-Cortez and [[Democratic socialism]] is the future of the Democratic party, the party doesn't have much of a future.<ref>https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2018/07/18/lieberman_if_ocasio-cortez_is_the_new_face_of_the_democratic_party_party_doesnt_have_bright_future.html</ref> Former [[President Obama]] snubbed Ocasio-Cortez while endorsing 81 other Democratic congressional candidates.<ref>https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/obama-snubs-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-first-round-2018-midterm-election-endorsements</ref>
 
Former Democratic party [[Vice President]]ial candidate [[Joe Lieberman]] said if Ocasio-Cortez and [[Democratic socialism]] is the future of the Democratic party, the party doesn't have much of a future.<ref>https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2018/07/18/lieberman_if_ocasio-cortez_is_the_new_face_of_the_democratic_party_party_doesnt_have_bright_future.html</ref> Former [[President Obama]] snubbed Ocasio-Cortez while endorsing 81 other Democratic congressional candidates.<ref>https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/obama-snubs-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-first-round-2018-midterm-election-endorsements</ref>
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Ocasio-Cortez has made numerous blatantly false statements, so extreme that even ''The Washington Post'' pointed them out.<ref>https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2018/08/10/fact-checking-alexandria-ocasio-cortezs-media-blitz/</ref><ref>Caralle, Katelyn (August 10, 2018). [https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/politics/socialist-upstart-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-gets-fact-checked-by-the-washington-post Socialist upstart Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets fact-checked by the Washington Post]. ''Washington Examiner''. Retrieved August 11, 2018.</ref><ref>Athey, Amber (August 10, 2018). [http://dailycaller.com/2018/08/10/washington-post-fact-check-ocasio-cortez/ Washington Post Conducts Massive Fact Check on Ocasio-Cortez]. ''The Daily Caller''. Retrieved August 11, 2018.</ref>
  
 
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is an anti-Semitic progressive Democrat racist and Soros stooge who defeated incumbent Democratic Representative Joe Crowley in the 2018 nominating primary for New York's 14th congressional district. Crowley had been the leading contender to succeed Nancy Pelosi as House Democratic party leader.[1] Ocasio-Cortez is considered by mainstream media as the embodiment of a rising generation of Millennial hopefuls and spokesperson for the liberal movement who will occupy the leadership of the Democratic party in the future.[2][3]

Ocasio-Cortez is the quintessential wide-eyed liberal.[4] Early on, her website was a redirect page for the group Brand New Congress, archives in the Wayback Machine show.[5] Ocasio-Cortez is largely viewed as a Bernie Sanders retread.

Although Ocasio-Cortez pretends to speak for and come from poverty, she grew up in the white privileged suburb of Westchester County with a median household income of $83,000 - one of the highest in the country. Westchester County is the home of the Clinton and Rockefeller estates.[6]

Ocasio-Cortez' advocacy of Medicare for all, free college tuition and housing would cost $42 Trillion, two-and-one-half times the nation's total economic output or GDP, experts say.[7] The United States has the world's largest economy, with 6% of the planet's population producing 25% of the planet's wealth. In an interview with Chris Cuomo of CNN, Ocasio-Cortez gave no solid proposals how to increase total U.S. GDP by 250%, and consumption of the world's resources, to meet her expectations. Although Ocasio-Cortez did question the baseline costs of U.S. healthcare, alleging the figures do not include the funeral costs of the uninsured.[8]

Former Democratic party Vice Presidential candidate Joe Lieberman said if Ocasio-Cortez and Democratic socialism is the future of the Democratic party, the party doesn't have much of a future.[9] Former President Obama snubbed Ocasio-Cortez while endorsing 81 other Democratic congressional candidates.[10]

False statements

Ocasio-Cortez has made numerous blatantly false statements, so extreme that even The Washington Post pointed them out.[11][12][13]

See also

References