October has been a cruel month for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez who has been faced with disruptive protesters in her home district, most recently at a town hall meeting where the socialist diva reacted by using an over-the-top, phony Latino accent and danced as she was being heckled.
The New York City Democrat who had previously been confronted over her support of funding to Ukraine at another recent town hall isn’t used to such a rude reception, a sign that her act is wearing thin and that the princess carriage may soon turn back into a pumpkin for the political Cinderella who exploded onto the national scene in 2018 and has been treated as a celebrity ever since.
AOC’s antics at the event where she faced chants of “AOC has got to go,” have some suggesting that she isn’t mentally well, including Newsmax TV host John Bachman who opined on the congresswoman’s bizarre meltdown that took place on Wednesday in Queens.
“Congresswoman AOC is not very popular in her home district, these days, finally she broke last night, here she is,” he said before rolling the footage on Thursday’s edition of “John Bachman Now” on the conservative network.
(Video: Newsmax TV)
“I don’t know if we need to do a wellness check on AOC or if we can actually make fun of this. She might have some mental health issues there, but let’s just pretend she’s sane for the sake of the argument here. Which is the cringier moment, her Ricky Ricardo impersonation or her dance moves, Dave?” Bachman asked commentator Dave Rubin who responded by mocking the ridiculous phony accent she used.
“Alright, alright, listen, I’m AOC, I’m standing here and nobody likes me, the jig is up, the grift is up, people are getting it, nobody likes the woke,” he said, mimicking her “Ricky Ricardo” delivery.
“Look, everyone’s had it with the wokesters. I hope and pray that her district flips,” Rubin added in his real voice. “There is a chance — there’s a chance all over the place,” expressing his hope that Ocasio-Cortez’s district could revolt against her as the backlash continues to build, a longshot but still a possibility given the public revulsion against Democrats and their disastrous policies.
“New York might flip with Lee Zeldin over Hochul,” he added of the Empire State’s gubernatorial contest.
“I mean everything is up in the air right now and I think the one way that we can really model an America going forward sort of based on some of the principles of freedom that are happening right here in Florida is that we’re gonna have to basically say that you know what, that moment where the Squad took over and the racism took over and the drag queens and all of this stuff took over, it’s in the mirror now. It’s in the back mirror. And we can say A-O-C- you later,” Rubin concluded.
The presence of the protesters at Ocasio-Cortez’s events is indeed a sign that the tide has turned against the left-wing progressive revolutionaries and that they are about to be flushed out of the mainstream and back to the fringes where they belong.
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