AOC accuses Tucker Carlson of sexual harassment, says he’s ‘unsafe’ after he exposes her ‘booty call’

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson took aim at radically far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez this Friday, saying that far from being a victimized “woman of color,” she’s in reality a “rich, entitled white lady” and a “special kind of narcissist.”

He made the remarks on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” while discussing “Take Up Space: The Unprecedented AOC,” a “book-length suck-up” to the congresswoman written by the “journalists” at New York magazine.

Set to be published on Feb. 22nd, the book is “a remarkable piece of journalism” that “opens by comparing Ocasio-Cortez to Jesus and then” suggesting that “because she once got second place in a high school science competition, she could have gone on to win the Nobel Prize,” according to Carlson.

This sycophancy is nothing new for the establishment press. Despite the congresswoman proclaiming to be the world’s biggest victim, she’s treated and acts like royalty:

Carlson proceeded to share several stunning excerpts from the book and then comment on them.

Excerpts such as this one: “To say she is a feminist is to understate the facts. Ocasio-Cortez is the first politician in history to live fully out loud while female, and the degradations of womanhood are personal to her.”

Zeroing in on the “degradations” part, Carlson asserted that nobody “has done more personally to degrade American womanhood than Sandy Cortez has.”

“Sandy” was the congresswoman’s high school nickname.

“She is living proof that 60 years of feminist liberation did not work. Sandy Cortez has not empowered. She’s neurotic and silly. She is far more frivolous than any 1950s housewife ever was. June Cleaver was a more serious person. At least she made dinner. Here’s what Sandy Cortez does. She puts on makeup while talking about herself,” he continued.

The Fox News host then played a remarkable clip of an Instagram story in which the congresswoman had put on eye shadow while complaining about all the criticism she receives ostensibly for being “a woman of color.”

FYI, the latest criticism involved her decision to slam the New York Police Department for arresting shoplifters. Critics argued that if she truly cared about the working class, she wouldn’t be defending the deviants who make their lives miserable:

Carlson appeared to concur with this criticism.

“It’s pretty funny, but the funniest of all was hearing Sandy Cortez described herself as a ‘woman of color.’ She often does. No one ever dares to challenge that description, but every honest person knows it is hilariously absurd. There is no place on Earth, outside of American colleges and newsrooms, where Sandy Cortez would be recognized as a ‘woman of color,’ because she’s not,” he said.

“She’s a rich, entitled white lady. She’s the pampered, obnoxious ski bunny in the matching snowsuit who tells you to pull up your mask while you’re standing in the lift line at Jackson Hole. They’re all the same.”

His point appeared to be that, despite her technically being a minority, she behaves just like the “privileged” white people — the so-called “Karens” — whom she spends her every moment railing about.

Though of course, that’s not how New York magazine’s “journalists” portray her.

“They spend the entire book pretending that Sandy Cortez has just emerged from some teeming favela in the slums of Rio to save the world’s poor. Reading it, you would have literally no clue she was a credentialed member of the over class,” Carlson said.

But it gets worse. Later during the monologue, he shared the following excerpt in which the magazine’s “journalists” use exquisite language to describe an Instagram story in which the congresswoman had put together a coffee table:

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The sycophancy seen above was the last straw for Carlson.

“Imagine if you were the person who wrote that. So here’s this crazed solipsist filming herself as she puts together a coffee table and eats popcorn, the least-compelling film made since Andy Warhol died, and this is what you call it, ‘She’s shone a bright light on her own complicated, multifaceted self.’ That’s the moment you have to be honest with yourself and say, ‘It’s time for me to retire,'” he said.

Turning his attention to Ocasio-Cortez, he then pilloried her for both being so self-absorbed and for the “creepy” way in which she’d said “I’m alone today.”

“Obviously, there are a lot of self-involved people in politics, all of them, pretty much, but it takes a special kind of narcissist to imagine that the world desperately wants to see you bolt together a particle-board coffee table,” he said.

“Is it just us, or does that sound like an invitation to a booty call? Maybe one step from, ‘What are you wearing?’ Either way, it’s a little strange. It’s definitely oversharing and yet, according to the book, oversharing is the key to Sandy Cortez’s success,” he added moments later.

Word of his pointed criticism apparently got to the congresswoman, because she burst into a rant on Twitter about halfway through Carlson’s show late Friday:

She genuinely believes that every bit of criticism that’s thrown her way is rooted in a desire by the critic to have sex with her.

Her critics meanwhile say that this inability to address her criticism honestly and with good faith proves that she really is a “special kind of narcissist.”

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