Quintessential Mean Girl and head cheerleader for the ultra-Progressive Squad, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, wants to make Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s life miserable, and she wants Chuck Schumer to help.
Following a comment by Sinema on the Senate floor, in which she asked Schumer to speed up the voting process, AOC took to Twitter to call Sinema an “obstructionist” and urge Schumer to make those lives she disagrees with “as difficult as possible.”
“Cancel vacation. Vote on weekends. Vote for hours. Vote last minute. Call votes when Senators are courting billionaires at fundraisers,” AOC suggested enthusiastically.
Cancel vacation. Vote on weekends. Vote for hours. Vote last minute. Call votes when Senators are courting billionaires at fundraisers. They may get apoplectic, but it’s nothing compared to the people they’re forcing to sleep without heat in winter, or losing the right to vote.
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) February 2, 2022
AOC’s Call to Bully is the transparent result of a grudge against Sen. Sinema (D-AZ), who, along with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), rejected both Biden’s Build Back Better plan’s multi-trillion dollar price tag and the Biden administration’s unconstitutional efforts to change voter laws and federalize America’s elections.
For daring to dissent, AOC wants to make Sinema “apoplectic.”
“They may get apoplectic, but it’s nothing compared to the people they’re forcing to sleep without heat in winter, or losing the right to vote,” tweeted AOC, without bothering to explain exactly who was losing the right to vote or how they were losing it.
The Representative from New York has been relentless in her attacks on Sen. Sinema.
“I don’t really believe Sinema has given a compelling case as to why she should be re-nominated… She has proven herself an obstacle to the right to vote… She is not an ally on civil rights… She is not standing up to corporate interests, in fact, she is a proud ally to them,” AOC stated last month on MSNBC.
“If it came down to someone like Ruben Gallego and Kyrsten Sinema, I think that would be the easiest decision that I would ever have to make,” she stated in the same interview. “There is no comparison.”
AOC: If it came down to someone like Ruben Gallego and Kyrsten Sinema, I think that would be the easiest decision that I would ever have to make. There is no comparison pic.twitter.com/GpX6Upj6bZ
— Acyn (@Acyn) January 27, 2022
AOC’s latest attack on Sinema comes just two days after she went on Instagram and announced she was staying away from Twitter because its negativity was causing her anxiety.
The irony is almost too much to take.
“It’s incredible how poorly the far-left treats fellow Democrats just because they dare have different opinions,” tweeted CNN commentator Dan Eberhart. “It goes to show that radicals like AOC believe they are right on every issue, and refuse to acknowledge any other opinions as genuine.”
Considering Sinema was ambushed in a bathroom by activists and cornered at a wedding for daring to oppose Biden’s plans, one would have thought AOC would be more sensitive to online bullying and the danger it can pose to her colleagues, but apparently, that’s not the case.
AOC also seems to forget her party is going to need Sinema’s vote if they want a Biden nomination to sit on the Supreme Court, a fact noted by Jack Posobiec, who called the revenge-seeking Liberals “bottom-of-the-barrel dumb.”
Remember when the Left literally chased Sinema into a bathroom and then attacked her at a wedding?
Now they need her vote for a Supreme Court seat
And I guarantee you she has not forgotten
These people are bottom-of-the-barrel dumb
— Remember Ottawa (@JackPosobiec) January 26, 2022
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