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Former staffer calls Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a combination of Bernie Sanders and a woman who drugged and robbed rich men

Waleed Shahid, former staffer for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez compared his old boss to a cross between Bernie Sanders and Cardi B, which is particularly funny as the singer/songwriter had an old video resurface this week where she bragged about drugging rich men and robbing them back when she was a stripper just trying to support herself:

AOC's former staffer, Walid Shaheed, says Democratic Socialism is now "not as fringe as you might think. In fact, what's becoming fringe is if you call yourself a capitalist openly."

And consider us “fringe” members as well who are not afraid to defend capitalism:
Capitalism has been the greatest force for good in world history. It has created enormous opportunity, improved our standard of living immensely, reduced real poverty to a tiny percentage, and almost completely eliminated world hunger.

I openly call myself a capitalist.

Fix it? They’re bragging about it:
And have fun in 2020 with this message:
Future tweet from CNN’s Brian Stelter: Why does Fox News care so much about AOC?


  1. Just because you might not understand, dont be selfish. Spread this video and maybe someone will help you understand. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyGNZ_AG2cM

  2. Ocasio-Cortez attended Yorktown High School, graduating in 2007. She came in second in the Microbiology category of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair with a microbiology research project on the effect of antioxidants on the lifespan of the nematode C. elegans. In a show of appreciation for her efforts, the MIT Lincoln Laboratory named a small asteroid after her: 23238 Ocasio-Cortez. In high school, she took part in the National Hispanic Institute's Lorenzo de Zavala (LDZ) Youth Legislative Session. She later became the LDZ Secretary of State while she attended Boston University. Ocasio-Cortez had a John F. Lopez Fellowship. During college, she served as an intern in the immigration office during the final year of U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy's tenure. She graduated cum laude from Boston University's College of Arts and Sciences in 2011, majoring in international relations and economics.