The Real Purpose Behind AOC

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She’s got a strong simp attraction game, but New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn’t very good at anything else. Definitely not her official job, but her job isn’t to be an elected official, it’s to attract simps.

The leftist’s sweetheart was elected to Congress with a lot of fanfare. She’s young, relatively attractive, and a diverse taco. Like most politicians with her kind of dynamism, her election came stock with “hope n’ change” that allowed Democrats to mainline her directly into their veins. She was to usher in a new era of Utopianism by attracting a new generation of Democrats, tapping into the Millennial/Genz energy, and breathing new life into an aging Democrat establishment.

To be sure, she did just that. She energized the Democrat Party and created something of a fanbase that would follow her every word as if it were gospel. Her popularity was so swift and all-encompassing that the media was obsessed and hung on her every word. For a brief period, you could have started a religion around her.

What’s more, she was everything the Democrats needed. First and foremost, she knew how to utilize the internet to her advantage. Her Facebook Live chats became the talk of DC. They were so popular that her far older colleagues attempted to clumsily replicate them.

As far as being a congresswoman, AOC is entirely lackluster. Last April, the New York Post reported about a study showed that when it came to job performance as an elected official, AOC was at the bottom of the barrel:

“She introduced a lot of bills, but she was not successful at having them receive any sort of action in committee or beyond committee and if they can’t get through committee they cannot pass the House,” Alan Wiseman, a Vanderbilt political scientist and co-director of the center, told The Post.

“It’s clear that she was trying to get her legislative agenda moving and engage with the lawmaking process,” Wiseman added “But she wasn’t as successful as some other members were — even among [other] freshmen — at getting people to pay attention to her legislation.”

When looking at the legislative effectiveness of all congressional Democrats, AOC was ranked 230th out of 240 Democrats. Among the 19 Dem lawmakers from New York state, she ranked dead last.

But passing bills was never the point of AOC. The point was to secure the future of the Democrat Party by influencing young voters today. Moreover, while young voters are typically the most unreliable when it comes to getting them to show up on election day, they are the best at getting the message out and ginning up hype.

AOC is a walking, talking PR machine. In that regard, she’s very good at her job; her true job.

But like most deals with the devil, eventually, the payment comes due and for the Democrat Party, it came due pretty quickly.

AOC is a Democrat, but she’s not of the Democrat establishment. She’s a radical, and radical leftists are a “my way or the gallows-way” kind of group. Dissension is not tolerated. Moderat behavior (or working with Republicans) is punishable by political death.

AOC is an activist in politician’s clothing, and she soon began making enemies within her own party. Her abrasiveness turned off many in Washington who either were politicians or worked for politicians. While she was highly loved by her mobs on the internet, within the halls of DC, she was increasingly infamous.

Now, thanks to AOC and the monsters that were invited into the Casa de Democrat that think just like her, a Democrat civil war is brewing between the AOCs of the left and the establishment left.

Moreover, it’s the AOCs that have influenced the party into radicalism to the point where Americans are becoming more and more turned off to it and are swiftly switching to the Republican side in order to stop the infection from spreading any further.

The real purpose of AOC was to capture the youth, but like Frankenstein’s monster, their creation was bound to turn on them.


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