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Socialism In 280 Characters Or Less Taught By Twitter Tutor Ocasio-Cortez

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Socialism In 280 Characters Or Less Taught By Twitter Tutor Ocasio-Cortez
Sit down and be quiet you silly, hate-spewing Democrats, a new school marm has taken over your class.

If you thought the nightmarish, overzealous Ms. Sandy Sniggle who taught you in Grade 3 was the worst, you ain’t, as the saying goes, “seen nothin’ yet!

Know-it-all Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC)  is here to teach all you twits how to Twitter.  It makes no difference if you already cut your teeth in tweeting back nasty responses to that misogynist monster holding down the fort in the White House, AOC will teach you how to polish up minding your Ps and Qs.


“Mind your Ps and Qs is an English language expression meaning “mind your manners”, “mind your language”, “be on your best behaviour”, “watch what you’re doing” or similar.” (Wikipedia)

None of the above applies to AOC and the rest of her so-called “freshman” sisters who can fire off profanities with the best of them.

Teacher has been ringing the bell even before being sworn in, but this latest clanging bell is for you, dumb Dem.

So morning class will start by making you remove all gum from your mouth.  You, too,  Mitt Romney, AOC knows that you are a Democrat down at heart, the most lethal kind there is.

In this particular class, Recess is out , Excess is in.  The sooner you learn that, the sooner the president can be impeached.

If you are a thinking Dem, wondering how this all came about, there’s always been the need for a Twitter tutor for House Democrats and AOC is it.

“As the youngest member of Congress, it’s no surprise that U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., has used social media effectively in her campaigning and in her first weeks as a member of Congress. Now she’s offering other House Democrats a chance to learn the techniques she has used. (Fox, Jan.17, 2019)

In reality, many lawmakers don’t know how to make money, only how to spend it

“Ocasio-Cortez, 29, and slightly older U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., will pair up to teach the “most effective ways to engage constituents on Twitter and the importance of digital storytelling,” at a Thursday session hosted by the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee, according to reports.

“Ocasio-Cortez confirmed Wednesday on—where else?—Twitter that she would be teaching the class.

“Perks of being in the Democratic Caucus: I will be teaching a Twitter class tomorrow morning open to all members,” she tweeted to her 2.43 million followers.

“The planned lesson in social media comes as the generational divide between older members of Congress and their younger colleagues grows wider. Hearings last year highlighted the chasm when some lawmakers didn’t understand how social media platforms made money or what they do.”

In reality, many lawmakers don’t know how to make money, only how to spend it.


“The older generation of members and senators is pretty clueless on the social media platforms,” said Himes, 52, who boasts 77,700 followers on Twitter. “It’s pretty clear that a lot of members have 25-year-olds in their offices,” running their social media. (Fox)

“Himes said he made a deal with his staff that he can manage his own Twitter account unless he’s consumed more than two beers, USA Today reported. Tweets about body parts and what he learns from the House Intelligence Committee are verboten. The former stems from once tweeting about his sweaty scalp after eating spicy chili.”

You can’t possibly make this stuff up, unless you’re a honkin’ big publicity hound Democrat.

“Josh Hawley, the youngest U.S. senator at 39, said he sees a disconnect between the generations and their understanding of technology. (Fox)

“For younger members, they think of social media as every bit of an established form of communication as print or television or radio,” the Missouri Republican told the paper.

“Ocasio-Cortez, a House freshman, uses Twitter frequently to state her policy positions, share opinions and call out her opponents, attackers and the media.”


Teacher’s naked ambitions are showing up by day.  In the latest she used what Fox News describes as a “strange—and sexually charged” phrase describing her plan to implement a progressive agenda to The Washington Post “... enjoy being exhausted for the next two years while we run train on the progressive agenda,” the newly minted congresswoman told the newspaper.”

“The choice of words sent the Internet into a tizzy, as it has a well-known and highly disturbing connotation. According to the Urban Dictionary, to “run train” means “to gangbang” someone. The phrase was injected into more mainstream parlance in October, after a client of adult film industry lawyer Michael Avenatti claimed – with no evidence – that now-Supreme Court Justice Bret Kavanaugh “ran trains” on girls while in high school near Washington, D.C. (Fox, Jan. 16, 2019)

“The cringeworthy pledge appeared in the transcript of an extensive interview Ocasio-Cortez gave The Post, in which she complained of being targeted by conservatives. She noted a fake photo that has circulated, purporting to show her in a bathtub, and said her critics have run out of ammunition.”

The bathtub photo was a hoax, the reference to gang banging the real AOC.

AOC, the Twitter tutor is for real:

“The decision to invite her to share her expertise could signal the Democratic Party’s attempt to bring in fresh voices, even those who don’t always agree with its leadership, USA Today said. (Fox)

The one thing you won’t learn in Alexandria’s Twitter classes is that the so-called “fresh voices” are no different than the old ones because both push, “Socialism!” “Socialism!” “Socialism!” before “America comes first!”



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