Ocasio-Cortez Has No Idea What The 3 Branches Of Government Are (Video)

Ocasio-Cortez Has No Idea What The 3 Branches Of Government Are (Video)

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez revealed that she has no idea what the three branches of the U.S. government are.

Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), who identifies as a Democratic Socialist, revealed during a conference call with prospective far-left political candidates this weekend that she has no idea what the three branches of the U.S. government are.

“If we work our butts off to make sure that we take back all three chambers of Congress — uh, rather, all three chambers of government: the presidency, the Senate, and the House,” Ocasio-Cortez said on Saturday while on a call with Justice Democrats.

There are three branches, not chambers, of the U.S. government, they are the executive, legislative, and judicial.

Ocasio-Cortez hit back on Sunday slamming Republicans for “drooling” over footage of her and waiting to criticize her over any missteps.

“Maybe instead of Republicans drooling over every minute of footage of me in slow-mo, waiting to chop up word slips that I correct in real-[time], they actually step up enough to make the argument they want to make,” she tweeted.

“That they don’t believe people deserve a right to healthcare,” she added.

Fox News reports:

It was the latest in a series of complaints the socialist political newcomer has made on social media since winning her election Nov. 6 in New York’s 14th Congressional District, which includes parts of New York City.

On Thursday, Ocasio-Cortez complained that critics were calling her “divisive” because she participated in a demonstration about climate change two days earlier outside the office of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

“When I respectfully join young people in an action promoting climate action while encouraging leadership decisions, it’s ‘divisive,’” she tweeted.

On Wednesday, she wrote that people on Capitol Hill were repeatedly mistaking her for an intern, or thinking she was the spouse of a member of Congress, rather than a lawmaker-elect.

“People keep giving me directions to the spouse and intern events instead of the ones for members of Congress,” she tweeted.

Last week she wrote that her constituents in Queens reacted with “outrage” that online giant Amazon had decided to bring 25,000 jobs to the borough.

Earlier this month, soon after becoming the youngest woman elected to Congress, Ocasio-Cortez complained that she wouldn’t have enough money to rent a Washington, D.C., apartment until she begins drawing her congressional salary.

“Don’t worry btw,” she later tweeted. “We’re working it out!”

Ocasio-Cortez stunned many in the political world in June when she defeated longtime incumbent U.S. Rep. Joe Crowley, chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, in a primary race.

Since then, she has continued looking to stir things up in her own party. On Saturday she endorsed a far-left group’s bid to run primary candidates against moderate Democrats in 2020.

The group, called Justice Democrats, calls its effort #OurTime.

 


 

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