AOC’s crazy rant: Sexually frustrated Republicans ‘mad they can’t date me.’ Too much bubbly in Miami?

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Faced with criticism, far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York has once again resorted to accusing her critics of desiring her sexually.

This tactic, long used by her to avoid being challenged or held accountable, was deployed by the congresswoman Friday after her conservative critics flagged a photo of her and her boyfriend dining unmasked in the alleged hellscape that is Florida.

The photo went viral because of the typical Democrat hypocrisy that it displayed. After all, the Democrat Party is the party of mask “Karens,” vaccine “Karens” and, of course, Florida haters who act as if the GOP-led state is a wasteland.

But instead of acting in good faith and acknowledging the poor optics  of her “Livin’ la Vida Loca” in Florida, the congresswoman predictably resorted to turning the issue into one of Republicans allegedly being upset over not being able to date her.

She even brought the media into the story by claiming that it’s irresponsible for them to write stories based on the criticism that Republicans have of her, never mind if the criticism is 100 percent valid.


Notice how the first tweet, the one in which she accused Republicans of “projecting their sexual frustrations onto” her boyfriend’s feet, was written in response to a tweet that former Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes had written.

“1. If Leftists like AOC actually thought mandates and masking worked, they wouldn’t be frolicking in free FL. 2. Her guy is showing his gross pale male feet in public (not at a pool/beach) with hideous sandals. O for 2…,” his tweet read.

In fairness to the congresswoman, it was probably ill-advised for Cortes to remark on her boyfriend’s “gross male pale feet” instead of sticking to the issue at hand.

Nevertheless, countless other Republicans had criticized the congresswoman without resorting to such commentary.

Here are just a few examples:

Such criticism was also delivered on Fox News’ “Outnumbered,” where contributor Jimmy Failla rightly noted that the congresswoman’s behavior is just another in a long list of liberal Democrat elites behaving hypocritically amid the pandemic.

“Nothing about what AOC is doing surprises me, because nobody pushing these public health initiatives is adhering to any of them,” he said.

“That is the part that has caused them to lose the locker room and taken us to the precipice of the place where Americans are fighting each other harder than we are fighting the pandemic. It really is shameful,” he added.

He wasn’t wrong.

“It’s embarrassing because the headline everywhere in the country should be that deaths are down dramatically from this omicron variant. We should lead from a place of confidence with this variant. Yes, it’s more contagious, but yes, deaths are way down,” he continued.

These fear-mongering headlines, Failla added, have made it so that in New York City, COVID zealots on the subway “are more upset with the guy not wearing a mask than the guy who’s not wearing any pants.”

“It is not supposed to work that way,” Failla said.

Indeed it’s not, and that’s the point. But it seems that the congresswoman purposefully ignored all this valid criticism so that she could use Cortes’ tweet to portray all of her critics as nothing more than “creepy” people with “knuckle-dragging thoughts” that should be ignored by the press.

It was admittedly a clever strategy — one that certainly worked with her base.

It did not, however, work with those who knew better:

Vivek Saxena


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