Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Bronx Hillary Clinton


Ocasio-Cortez (left), Hillary Clinton (right)

Seems anyone associated with the Clintons are fund of lying and the funny part of it is they’re all democrats. In a new turn out of event, Socialist Princess Ocasio-Cortez suffers
a massive twitter meltdown after she was called on her elite up bring.

The twitter attack on Ocasio-Cortez came right after she claimed to be “just an average girl” from Bronx. This caught the attention of one Micheal Knowles, a conservative, who jumped on Ocasio’s tweet reminding her that she actually grew up in the elite neighborhood of Westchester which is miles away from the Bronx and also stating that the average household wealth of the town she grew up is $1.2 million.

🎶 Don’t be fooled by the plaques that we got, I’m still / I’m still Alex from the Bronx 🎶

— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) December 27, 2018

Epic reply from Micheal Knowles below

The average household wealth of the town in which you grew up is $1.2 million.

— Michael Knowles (@michaeljknowles) December 28, 2018

Triggered Ocasio-Cortez then came up with this

Yep. As everyone knows, I grew up between two worlds + experienced 1st hand how a child’s zip code can shape their destiny.

It was scrubbing those households’ toilets w/ my mother that I saw and breathed income inequality.

I decided to make a difference.
You decide to do this.

— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) December 28, 2018

Then Micheal Knowles lashed out at Ocasio saying

You didn’t grow up b/w 2 worlds. You grew up in Westchester then lied abt it then changed your bio when the lie was exposed. I grew up in the (⬇️affluent ⬆️diverse) neighboring town, spent many wknds in the Bronx. The difference: I don’t lie abt my upbringing to feign victimhood.

— Michael Knowles (@michaeljknowles) December 30, 2018

Right, but @Ocasio2018 didn’t grow up in a city. She grew up in a small, homogenous, affluent suburb, where she attended excellent schools before pretending she grew up in the Bronx.

— Michael Knowles (@michaeljknowles) December 28, 2018

Then Ocasio decided to lashout at Knowles for “mansplaining”

In which a Republican literally tries to mansplaining *my own childhood* and life to me.

And in true mansplaining form, he’s doing it wrong with an great degree of confidence.

It begs the question: is the GOP really “sending us their best?” 🤔

— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) December 28, 2018

John Cardillo jumped in and gave Ocasio the final blow

[email protected] every word he wrote is accurate.

You grew up in an affluent Westchester suburb, not the Bronx. You flat out lied.

I spent more time on the streets of the south Bronx than you, so please slow your roll Congresswoman.

— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) December 28, 2018

My love for politics is unusual because I don't love it for the same reasons a lot of people do. I love politics because it challenges me. For me, being involved in politics isn't about having an opinion about every issue. It is about learning both sides of each issue and being fascinated by them. There are very few political issues that I have strong opinions on. The rest I either have yet to educate myself on or I understand both sides and have yet to choose which one I agree with.

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