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Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lost her dignity, composure, and perhaps her mind when speaking to the House of Representatives on the removal of Ilhan Omar from the Foreign Affairs Committee Thursday.
Cortez’s flamboyant and incessant hand gestures paired nicely with her apparent inability to keep her feet on the ground. One can only hope her audience took motion sickness pills.
It is speculated that Cortez lost her way to the spoken-word meetup at which she had originally intended to present, where she would be preforming her piece to an infinitely more culturally educated audience.
“Don’t tell me this is about consistency. Don’t tell me that this is about a condemnation of anti-Semitic remarks,” shouted Cortez.
Dear lord. Sorry. Dear Allah.
All generous and unassuming Americans want anti-Semites on the Foreign Affairs Committee. That is, unless they are white anti-Semites — then it’s unacceptable.
“You have a member of the Republican caucus who has talked about Jewish space lasers and an entire amount of tropes, and also elevated her to some of the highest committee assignments in this body,” Cortez seethed.
Cortez stormed off, abusing the brown, victimized stand with her journal.
Following in the brave footsteps of AOC, Rashida Tlaib continued the estrogen-fueled meltdown.
“To congressman Omar: I am so sorry, sis,” sobbed Tlaib. Very professional.
This, from the woman who can’t tell when a minute has expired, even when told repeatedly.
These truly moving performances are a testimony to the striking aptitude of the respective constituents of these courageous women of color. Their eloquence will go down in history books, paraphrased and redacted.
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