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There is nothing “democratic” about self-described ‘Democratic socialist’ Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from New York. In fact, the Democratic Party is misnamed; they are a party of authoritarians and tyrants and if ever given the chance, they will seize all power and never relinquish again without a fight.
“Sandy Cortez,” as Tucker Carlson calls her, proved this again on Wednesday in what can only be seen as a desperate plea to her party’s leaders to pull out all the stops and pass all of the liberty-stealing legislation they can before the 2022 midterm elections.
“During the Obama admin, folks thought we’d have a 60 Dem majority for a while. It lasted 4 months. Dems are burning precious time & impact negotiating w/GOP who won’t even vote for a Jan 6 commission. McConnell’s plan is to run out the clock. It’s a hustle. We need to move now,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. During the Obama admin, folks thought we’d have a 60 Dem majority for a while. It lasted 4 months. Dems are burning precious time & impact negotiating w/GOP who won’t even vote for a Jan 6 commission. McConnell’s plan is to run out the clock. It’s a hustle. We need to move now. — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) June 9, 2021 Her tweet came after President Joe Biden ended talks with Republicans over a massively expensive infrastructure plan that will be ‘paid for’ in two bad ways: Raising taxes on job creators and printing more money.
The Daily Wire adds: According to NBC, Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), the leading Republican negotiator, said in a statement on Tuesday, “I spoke with the president this afternoon, and he ended our infrastructure negotiations.”
As The New York Times reported on Tuesday, “[Biden] shifted his focus to a bipartisan group of centrist senators who have been working separately on an alternative, calling three of them personally to cheer on their efforts and encourage them to work with top White House officials to hammer out a deal.”
“It may well be that part of the bill that will pass will be bipartisan, and part of it will be […]