How long do we have to wait until we can officially award AOC the 2019 MVP Award for the Republican party? I know it’s a little early, but let’s be real, no one comes close to bringing as much negative PR to the Democrats.
Among Ocasio-Cortez’s most recent remarks is a “subtle” jab at Hillary Clinton:
I think when it comes to who we select as a presidential candidate, we have to– we have to really factor in the enthusiasm of voters. I think that was an issue that we had in 2016. And so I think that we need to pick a candidate that is going to be exciting to vote for, that all people, women, people of all– all genders, races, income levels, geographies, feel excited and good about voting for.
“People of all geographies?” Lol, ok. Whatever that means.
The point she’s making is clear: Voters in 2016 were not excited about Hillary Clinton. Uh, duh. She was terrible. She was about as exciting as a soggy slice of Wonder bread. But I repeat myself.
Now, maybe it’s just me, but there’s another bit of subtext to pull out from this quote: what AOC defines as “exciting.” Because I don’t think there’s a single DNC candidate that deserves the word, and I suspect Ocasio-Cortez agrees. So who would she consider to be an “exciting” sort of candidate?
Let me just put it this way, I won’t be surprised if Miss Ocasio-Cortez starts lobbying to remove the age limit from the Constitutional requirements for presidential candidates.
Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez takes a shot a two-time failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, says people did not have “enthusiasm” for Hillary and suggests she was not “exciting to vote for” pic.twitter.com/TdyTn6a3MQ
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) June 16, 2019