Ocasio-Cortez is tricking her voters.
It has now been learned that Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez believes that she is too good for her own supporters because she doesn’t want to help them.
According to Fox, A liberal New York State lawmaker called out Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after she decided not to show up in her own district to handle business that was important to her voter base.
It all happened when a medical student called out AOC after she refused to meet with health policy activists looking to talk about a British-style socialized medical plan.
The medical student exposed Ocasio-Cortez and said, “a couple of the most highly respected health policy academics recenly [sic] set up a meeting with AOC’s office to discuss NHS style healthcare reform. They were told bluntly by AOC’s staff, ‘we’re not doing healthcare right now.’”
The medical student then wrote, “So, while she’s doing performative resistance art for the camera’s [sic] she’s ‘not doing healthcare right now.” The medical student was referencing how AOC acted like she was in handcuffs. “We are in the middle of two pandemics & people are still dying because they lack healthcare. this is not fighting.”
That’s when Democrat Sen. Jessica Ramos jumped in and attacked Ocasio-Cortez saying, “Maybe if you spent more time in your office and with your team you’d know what goes on. Just saying it would be nice if you breathed our air. So, as an employer, what happens with the staffer who said this?”
Then a short time later Ramos exposed Ocasio-Cortez and how she thinks she’s too big to talk to smaller lawmakers and voters by saying, “I texted on 1/6 that I hope she’s ok and never even heard back. She doesn’t meet with local elected officials. The point is that’s when I gave up texting her. I reached out many times before. She hasn’t shown interest in meeting w me or other colleagues that I know about.”
Wow! Ocasio-Cortez thinks she’s the next Kim Kardashian or something because she just doesn’t want to talk to the little people. Maybe Democrats should send her a wake up call and vote her out!
That’s correct, Errol. I gave up texting her a while back, and as petitioning unfolded, I reached out through staff and requested a meeting. I have not spoken to my congressperson in months. Maybe more than a year? What else is it I’m supposed to do?
— Jessica Ramos (@jessicaramos) July 24, 2022