AOC demonstrates how to be narcissistic while cooking chili on Instagram
She explains the Green New Deal
Tuesday, on "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat Gray and Keith Malinak highlighted more ridiculous comments made by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) during a Sunday night Instagram-live video that showed her cooking chili in her kitchen and explaining the Green New Deal to her followers.
In the clip, AOC goes on and on about climate change from a globalist perspective, and stated that the issue requires "urgent action."
"If we do nothing, there is no hope," AOC proclaimed, slicing her sweet potatoes with a knife that appeared to be as dull as her wit. She went on to say that when it comes to climate change, we are "actually screwed."
Pat criticized AOC for her nonfactual and unequivocal statements.
AOC aimed her commentary at climate change deniers and delayers, as well as Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), who dismissed her Green New Deal plan because of its silly ideas, such as tearing down and rebuilding every building in America and eliminating cow flatulence to save the planet from climate change.
AOC pondered whether or not it is "still okay to have children," a question she then vaguely answered with childlike confidence.
Sacastic, Pat asserted that if a person is to be judged by their sense of urgency to solve the made-up issue of climate change then he must be a terrible person.
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On this edition of "
The White House Brief," host Jon Miller highlighted a headline from the Drudge Report on Thursday that suggested President Donald Trump is battling with the ghost of the late John McCain.
In this clip, Miller explained how the mainstream media continues to ask President Trump about McCain knowing how Trump will respond, thus manufacturing soundbites for them to broadcast and exploit.
When asked for his opinion of McCain, Trump said he is "unhappy that he didn't repeal and replace Obamacare when he campaigned on do just that."