Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the deceiving self-professed Socialist Democrat who is seeking to be the representative for New York's 14th Congressional district, gave an interview to MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Friday evening.  During that interview, Ocasio-Cortez said that if she is elected to Congress, it would not be to represent the people and uphold the Constitution, but rather she would be "an organizer" that be involved in "segmenting people" and "being strategic in their actions in really bringing together a cohesive strategy of putting pressure on the chamber instead of only focusing on the pressures inside the chamber.”

“I think you’re going to win," said Hayes to Ocasio-Cortez.  "That’s a prediction I’m making.”

While Hayes pointed out the obvious, and that is that DC is "broken and polarized," he asked Ocasio-Cortez how she planned to work in Congress to correct that.

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Most of you know that Ocasio-Cortez is really a mental midget when she has to provide cohesive thought as evidenced in previous interviews. 

Still, she replied, “Well, I think a lot of it has to do with changing our strategy around governance. There’s a lot of inside baseball and inside the beltway. You always hear that term thrown around, but there are very few organizers in Congress."

Yeah, well, America had one of those who usurped the White House for eight years and look at where we are.  That's how we became so polarized.  Of course, DC was broken long before the usurper got there.  It began to be broken when the other president from Illinois violated the Constitution in the War of Northern Aggression, but I digress.

“I do think that organizers operate differently," she said.  "It’s a different kind of strategy. What it is, is really about organizing and really thinking about that word, organizing, segmenting people, being strategic in their actions in really bringing together a cohesive strategy of putting pressure on the chamber instead of only focusing on the pressures inside the chamber.”

“That’s a really interesting thought,” Hayes concluded.

Yeah, Chris, it's really interesting.  There is no strategy except to promote propaganda and unconstitutional ideologies from a position of authority that she is attempting to snooker out of the people of New York.

This is the big problem with those seeking office today.  They really are not interested in upholding their oath but attempting to advance an agenda, be it Republican or Democrat.  There are too few that actually take representing their people seriously and upholding the Constitution.  In the House and Senate, there might be enough to count on both hands, but even that is questionable.  Isn't it time Americans vote for principled people rather than another pretty face or smooth talker?

Article posted with permission from The Washington Standard

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