When to comes to AOC, the A definitely stands for arrogance…
Freshman Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is spouting off again and her comments don’t bode well for the political future of current frontrunner Joe Biden.
Ocasio-Cortez who has become a kingmaker in the race for the 2020 Democrat nomination thanks to her massive social media presence was rewarded with a plum spot on Sunday morning television where she was given a national forum to spew her nonsense and baseless claims, something that would have been unthinkable for an avowed socialist only a few short years ago.
During her chat with Jonathan Karl on ABC’s This Week, the former bartender turned political superstar suggested that she alone speaks for millions of women and that lunchbucket Joe’s creepy groping and sniffing hair of females has not been put to rest even if the media has moved on.
According to America’s socialist sweetheart, Biden has not “sufficiently answered” the accusations regarding his history of inappropriate touching. This is not a good indication that the geriatric great white dope can expect to receive her coveted endorsement which will likely determine who will be trotted out as cannon fodder against President Trump.
Ocasio-Cortez: Biden’s Answers on Touching Haven’t ‘Convinced All Women’ https://t.co/VSMNFuOU0S
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) June 16, 2019
Via The Washington Free Beacon, “Ocasio-Cortez: Biden’s Answers on Touching Haven’t ‘Convinced All Women’”:
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) on Sunday questioned the Democratic old guard’s credibility on gender issues, citing former President Bill Clinton and former Vice President Joe Biden.
On ABC’s This Week, the freshman Democrat took issue with Clinton getting a “pass” on his sexual misconduct and Biden causing women “discomfort” with how he touched them. She told anchor Jonathan Karl that Biden not being suspected of serious sexual misconduct doesn’t mean he’s “sufficiently answered” accusations from women of inappropriate touching.
“I think that is an issue where there is a struggle, I’ll be completely honest. I don’t think he has—I wouldn’t say it’s an incredibly severe—like I don’t think voters think that he’s necessarily guilty of sexual misconduct or anything like that,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “I do think that there may be some discomfort, especially seeing some clips this week and, you know the week before, telling a 13-year-old, telling her brothers to watch out for her, and I think there are some things with female voters that it’s just not quite locked down.”
She went on to talk about how there’s a “cultural evolution” going on in the United States and she doesn’t believe it’s about “being punitive” in these situations, prompting Karl to ask whether she believes Biden has conveyed his feelings about this yet.
“I don’t think he’s necessarily convinced all women, but I also don’t think that he’s, you know—people tend to interpret these situations as completely one way or another,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “Is he a bad person or is he a good person? I don’t think it’s about that.”
While Ocasio-Cortez did hedge by stating that she would vote for Biden over Trump, there wasn’t much enthusiasm expressed and one can’t help but come away with the feeling that she would vastly prefer one of the more extreme candidates with views that more closely align with her own.