Must See Video: All Out Crazy Is Now Acting It, Channels Creepy Biden To Make Her Point

Written By BlabberBuzz | Monday, 21 March 2022 19:25
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"Squad" member Progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was mocked on social media after taking to Instagram Live and whispering into the camera that "most people don’t know what Capitalism is."

"Let me tell you a secret," the New York Democrat whispered to her some 8.5 million followers. "Most people don’t really know what capitalism is. Most people don’t even know what socialism is. But most people are not capitalists, because they don’t have capitalist money. They’re not billionaires."

Ocasio-Cortez was swiftly taunted online for the video with some comparing the "creepy" whisper to the frequent whispering of President Biden. "Pssst. I’ll tell you a secret: AOC is an embarrassment to Congress and to women everywhere," Republican congressional candidate Lavern Spicer tweeted.

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"One of the most powerful women," author Gad Saad twitter. "Good luck USA. You had a good run."

"AOC should have googled the definition of capitalist before making this video but i hope the ASMR channel works for her," political commentator Tim Pool tweeted.

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Ocasio-Cortez asserted in the live video that labels don’t matter as much as talking about policies does.

"That’s easier to understand," Ocasio-Cortez said. "Do you think people should die because they can’t afford insulin? Do you think that fossil fuel CEOs should decide whether the planet gets set on fire? Me neither."

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This comes as crude oil prices fall, but gas prices remain high, and progressive lawmakers call for accountability for “profiteering” fossil fuel companies, pointing out the deterministic power that such corporations hold over the country.

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Over roughly the past week, crude oil prices have dropped after they spiked in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Crude oil prices are now closer to what they were before the invasion began.

Meanwhile, although prices at the pump soared as crude oil prices increased, they have stayed high even as crude oil prices have fallen; according to AAA, prices may still continue rising, though they seem to be plateauing for now at around $4.30 per gallon on average.

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Lawmakers say that the pump prices have remained high because companies are taking advantage of the crisis in Ukraine and the pandemic. As Big Oil’s profits have climbed, dropping crude oil prices have only highlighted the oil industry’s greed and price gouging, progressives argue.

“Big oil CEOs need to be held accountable for profiteering, this can’t stand,” said Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minnesota) in response to crude oil prices dropping on Monday.

Oil companies are “profiteering,” wrote Rep. Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York). “And there should be consequences for it.”

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