Nasty old Nancy Pelosi is at it again, trying to repress the radically far-left socialist-progressive congressional newcomers. They’re only trying to pull the Democrats out of the sheet-wearing stone age, they assure the public.
Four brand new freshmen representatives formed an intimately tight little “clique.”
Besides sharing a table at lunch, to plot the advance of the LGBQT agenda and compare overcrowded detention facilities to detention camps, “the squad” has been making themselves pains in the rear to older, wiser members of the party.
Muslims Ilhan Omar, (potentially facing deportation over marrying her brother to break immigration laws,) and Muslim Rashida Tlaib, (who stands firmly behind charging whites double than everyone else for event tickets,) follow Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez everywhere she goes.
Ayanna Pressley tags behind the group, trying desperately to fit in.
New York Democrat Ocasio-Cortez is convinced that Pelosi is behind the attack and it’s personal. She solidly believes that her elders are piling on the homework just to keep her too tired to make trouble on twitter.
She wondered aloud on the radio if they’re intentionally trying to keep her busy.
According to a recently released interview with The New Yorker Radio Hour, she sniveled,
“I was assigned to some of the busiest committees and four subcommittees. So my hands are full. And sometimes I wonder if they’re trying to keep me busy.”
There’s more to being a lawmaker than magazine style photo shoots and twitter wars. As Pelosi reminded them, their followers don’t vote on legislation.
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“All these people have their public whatever and their Twitter world. But they didn’t have any following. They’re four people and that’s how many votes they got.”
Ocasio-Cortez has been assigned to serve on the House Financial Services Committee and the Committee on Oversight and Reform. Everyone will be tuning in to see if she’s wearing an all white designer outfit with matching $600 Mavado Museum Classic watch when she grills Trump administration officials in hearings on CSPAN.