Hilarious: AOC Invited To Campaign For GOP

Written By BlabberBuzz | Thursday, 02 December 2021 02:15

A Virginia Republican has invited the U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., to campaign for the Democratic incumbent who the GOP candidate desires to unseat in next year's race.

Republican Tina Ramirez – who's running against second-term Democratic U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger – extended the offer following Ocasio-Cortez's recent declaration that it was a "mistake" for moderate Democrats to consider their radical fellow party members a "liability."

"For the past few years, Abigail Spanberger has been living a double life," Republican challenger Tina Ramirez wrote in a statement first revealed on Fox News on Tuesday, referring to the second-term Democrat.

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"In Virginia, she represents herself as a moderate Democrat. But that mask comes off in Washington," Ramirez went on to say.

"Having only interacted with Abigail Spanberger in Washington, it's no wonder why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks a progressive message would be popular in Virginia," the Republican continued. "Especially after Spanberger voted for a multi-trillion dollar wish list masquerading as an infrastructure bill by the most ridiculous and dishonest of definitions."

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"I welcome Alexandria to visit Virginia to show voters who Abigail Spanberger really is when the cameras aren't on," Ramirez concluded.

The Republican, who is challenging Spanberger to represent Virginia's 7th Congressional District, quoted Ocasio-Cortez's remarks in a New York Times interview published earlier this month.

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Ocasio-Cortez, a known radical in the Democratic caucus who identifies herself as a Democratic socialist, asserted it was a mistake for moderate Democrats to have distanced themselves from radicals like herself.

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"Before the Virginia elections, it was very clear that our help and our participation was not wanted or asked for, which is fine," Ocasio-Cortez insisted. "I’m not here to tell people how to run their races. But at the same time, to consider the members here that have some of the tightest relationships to our political base as just a uniform liability — and not something that can be selectively deployed, or consulted, or anything — I think it’s just sad. I think it was a mistake."

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Ocasio-Cortez maintained that the Build Back Better Act, the Democrats' $1.75 trillion social spending and climate change bill, would give Democrats "a shot to go back to our communities and say we delivered." She argued that "what really dampens turnout is when Democrats make promises that they don’t keep."

A recent incident put the difference between the more moderate Spanberger and the more radical Ocasio-Cortez into focus.

When House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy of California issued a blistering speech against Build Back Better, he cited Spanberger, who said that "nobody elected Joe Biden to be FDR," referring to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Immediately after this statement, a female voice in Congress cried out, "I did." Reporters later identified that voice as belonging to Ocasio-Cortez.

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