Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is relaxing in the Florida sunshine with her boyfriend this New Year’s weekend, sipping cocktails and enjoying the freedom of not having to wear a mask or follow any other restrictions that the New York Democrats impose on their citizens.
Of course, AOC supports these restrictions enthusiastically. But being a leftist member of Congress, she doesn’t have to abide by them. After all, rules are for the little people.
So when National Review outed her hypocrisy for going maskless in Florida while her constituents suffered from virus restrictions and a record number of positive tests, AOC fought back with her version of “humor.”
Apparently, she doesn’t realize the joke’s on her.
“If Republicans are mad they can’t date me they can just say that instead of projecting their sexual frustrations onto my boyfriend’s feet,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Friday in response to former Trump campaign advisor Steve Cortes, who had taken a shot at her boyfriend’s attire.
It’s starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women,& LGBT+ people in general.
These people clearly need therapy, won’t do it, and use politics as their outlet instead. It’s really weird
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) December 31, 2021
Huh? For there to be a “Republican fixation” on AOC and “deranged sexual frustrations” because they can’t date her, there would have to be sexual attraction, right?
All those sexually attracted to AOC raise your hand. Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
Perhaps if you put a bag over her head and stuffed a ball gag in her mouth to keep her quiet, I mean, in a pinch, if she were the last woman on planet earth, then maybe, I mean…
Nah. Not a chance.
AOC went on to engage some critics in what could only be described as a weird exchange.
I definitely do not want to date you. https://t.co/aXEv4Z1J0x
— Ian Haworth (@ighaworth) December 31, 2021
Ian Haworth, editor of The Daily Wire, replied to Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet by writing, “I definitely do not want to date you.”
“I’m glad you felt the need to share that with the world,” Ocasio-Cortez quipped. “Don’t worry, this is a totally normal thought to have and share as an editor of a right-wing website, and totally doesn’t prove my point at all. I hear if you say it enough times you’ll actually start to believe it.”
What exactly does the desire not to date a screeching harpy like AOC have to do with politics? Ocasio-Cortez is so besotted with partisanship she can’t accept rejection from a man and think it’s for any other reason than she’s a socialist screwball?
Beautiful women can be forgiven for their conceits. But since AOC is not a beautiful woman, there you have it.
Earlier on Friday, the hashtag #AOCLovesDeSantis began trending on Twitter as critics of Ocasio-Cortez blasted her for traveling to Florida.
They argued Ocasio-Cortez was acting hypocritically by traveling to a state with fewer COVID-19 restrictions when she has previously spoken in support of pandemic mitigation measures and mask-wearing.
Funny that AOC never said anything about the freedom she enjoys in Florida while her compatriots in the media savage Governor Ron DeSantis for being “MIA.”
As it turns out, DeSantis was attending to the needs of his sick wife. She has cancer and he accompanied her to her treatment last week.
Shameless Democrats won’t miss a beat criticizing DeSantis even though positive Covid tests are setting records in New York. So instead of Ocasio-Cortez challenging Republican men — and probably women — to date her, perhaps she should go home to tend to her constituents.
Of course, she’d have to wear a mask, but we all have to suffer in these dreadful times.