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Please pause for a moment and say a prayer for the vulnerable and terrified Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Mars), a key member of Amerikkka’s marginalized community of color. So marginalized, despised, discriminated against, and harassed is AOC that she had to take to the pages of GQ, that plucky, ragtag samizdat mouthpiece of the people, to explain just how marginalized and harassed she is.
In a loving interview topped with lavish glamor shots of the rising political star, a teary-eyed AOC revealed that there is such a tidal wave of misogyny in the evil, MAGA-ridden United States today that she isn’t even sure she will live through the month of September. After all, you see all the far-Left Congresswomen being systematically picked off, right? You don’t? Remember: it’s racist to judge Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez by the standards of actual reality.
The world-class fantasist, who thrilled us last year with her fears that the Jan. 6 “insurrectionists” were going to kill her and worse, painted a grim picture of life in the oppressive police state where the only thing a poor Hispanic girl from the Bronx has to look forward to is growing up to be a congresswoman and prospective presidential candidate and posing for glamor shots for GQ.
GQ’s fawning interviewer, Wesley Lowery, noted that John Kerry “wouldn’t speculate about Ocasio-Cortez’s political future,” although Lowery doesn’t seem to have asked him why not, which is a shame, as it would have been fun to see Kerry’s answer. Lowery does tell us, however, that Kerry “was unequivocal that he believed someone like” AOC, that is “an outspoken progressive woman of color,” could indeed “be elected nationally.” Kerry stated: “In America, anybody can grow up to be president. I do believe that.”
Ocasio-Cortez herself, however, is sadder and wiser than Long Tall Kerry. She “used to believe that too. Then she became a congresswoman.” Apparently, in Congress she has encountered such institutionalized misogyny and racism from the likes of Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters that she knows now, to her chagrin, that her possibilities in this oppressor nation are actually quite limited. She shares her grim vision with young girls who see her as a sign of hope that one day their monstrous oppression at the hands of the white man who elects AOC to Congress and forces her to pose for GQ will cease.
“Sometimes,” says the victim, “little girls will say, ‘Oh, I want you to be president,’ or things like that.” This was, says Lowery, something that “she told me when I asked about whether she believed that she or someone like her could ever lead our country.”
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