AOC Attacks Non-Attack by Two Women as Sexist Attack by a Man, Gives Wealth & White Privilege a Pass. Twitter Pounces

[Screenshot from Steve Martin, cropped & re-framed,]
[Screenshot from Steve Martin, cropped & re-framed,]

Sometimes, people tweet about things of which they’re wholly aware. Other times, things such as AOC’s recent response to a Washington Post article occur.


Two female Post reporters penned an article referencing Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s big paydays as an attorney. That’s right up AOC’s alley — she’s anti-white privilege.

In part, the article noted the following:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren worked on more than 50 legal matters during her career as a professor at Ivy League law schools, charging as much as $675 an hour to advise a variety of clients, from people with asbestos disease to a corporation facing possible liability over ruptured breast implants.

Male CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski tweeted it:

Not taking time to review the article, Alexandria attacked it. Her additional target: manpowered malevolence.

Sidelining her solidarity in opposition to the rich, she fought the power of the patriarchy. He tweet seems to suggest the article was a sexist protest piece by Andrew, angry because a woman had made more than he.


People made fun, including The Washington Free Beacon’s Alex Griswold:

Some suggested Alexandria was sexist for defending a woman over something the Green New Dealer’s previously railed against:

Matthew Cowart pointed out that the article was penned, not by a rooster, but two hens:

Alexandria’s really put herself out there, and the pundits are hovering — even those making less than privileged Elizabeth Warren. And those who are less privileged than Rep. Ocasio-Cortez.




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