I think you’d agree that AOC lives in a socialist bubble. The entitled Democrat comes from a deeply blue district.
She thinks that everyone thinks the same as her. And anyone that doesn’t is some kind of backward idiot.
Yet even in her own party, few people see things as she does. That’s because most of them actually understand how our government works.
AOC clearly does not.
And after she criticized Senate Democrats for trying to work with Republicans, seasoned strategist James Carville had to explain a few things to her.
Former Clinton adviser James Carville said Thursday on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) was wrong to say that Democrats attempting to compromise with Republicans was “playing patty-cake.”
“They need to sit down and do the math. We don’t have that many votes. We’re not playing patty-cake. We have a 50/50 Senate. It’s very difficult. There’s a filibuster. You need 60 votes.”
Carville, a Democrat strategist who advised former President Clinton, called out AOC and her obvious ignorance of how our government works.
AOC had criticized Senate Democrats for trying to work with Republicans. She said they were playing patty-cake.
Wow, fresh reference, Alex.
Carville had to tell AOC—and her equally dumb allies—to sit down and do the math. Democrats in the Senate can’t steamroll Republicans, like they do in the House.
They need 60 votes to get anything done. And since the Senate has a 50-50 split, Democrats need the help of Republicans.
Funny how AOC doesn’t see that. Maybe it’s because she is an entitled brat who got to where she is thanks to idiotic bloggers?
The former bartender has apparently never read a book about law and government. She often spews the kind of nonsense that only goes over on Twitch, where the audience is 11 and is also ignorant.
Perhaps that’s where AOC belongs, not Congress.
- AOC accused Senate Democrats of playing patty-cake with Republicans.
- James Carville criticized her, saying she needs to do the math.
- Democrats only have 50 votes, they need 60 to pass legislation.