AOC Confused: She Doesn’t Know the Difference Between Media, Political Parties

AOC Confused: She Doesn't Know the Difference Between Media, Political Parties
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t seem to understand the difference between Media Research Center and the GOP.

To be fair to AOC, can we really blame her? When almost every Media Company is an arm of the DNC.

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Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) continued her longstanding pattern of not understanding how things work on Thursday, this time indicating that she does not know the difference between a media company and a political party.

Ocasio-Cortez reacted to a video from the Media Research Center, which was nothing more than Ocasio-Cortez’s own words from a recent Instagram Live video she posted.

“I love everything about this GOP attack ad,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. “Republicans underestimate my intelligence bc I invite people into my home & talk about policy in plain English instead of DC jargon. They think that’s dumb, so they end up paying for ads that spread & explain our policy positions.”

The video was not a “GOP attack ad,” it was a spoof “of Jack Handy’s ‘Deep Thoughts’ skits from Television Parts and SNL in the ’80s,” the MRC noted. The MRC is a media organization, they are not the Republican Party and there was no “paying for ads,” only showing video of Ocasio-Cortez talking. More

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