If You Don’t Support the Green New Deal, Your Grandchildren Will Look Down Upon You in Disgust


NEW YORK CITY-The internet documents everything, especially fat, old and rich white dudes who don’t support Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez…and your grandchildren are going to look down on you in disgust because of it.

Cortez, in a very bizarre live video tirade…perhaps it was the alcohol speaking…or maybe it was just her self-entitled liberal socialist rage speaking, lashed out at anyone who doesn’t agree with her.

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“The internet documents everything,” she said. “You know, you want to look about, you want to talk about looking at the back of history, looking backwards, you look back and you open history books on the civil rights movement, and you see those folks who are protesting against the ability for African Americans and black Americans to have the right to vote, and they would hold up these bigoted signs, and they would hold up signs that said things like ‘what about white rights,’ and all of this stuff, in the 1950s, 1960s.”

So, basically, if you don’t support exterminating cows, taking a train to Hawaii, rebuilding every building in New York City and shunning capitalism and the American Dream, then you will be looked upon the same as the twentieth century KKK during the civil rights movement.

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“So just know that in the present day there a lot of people who hide the fact that their families and their grandparents fought against the principles of equal rights in the United States,” Cortez added. “Not 100 years ago, not 80 years ago, but in this generation’s lifetime. So just know that while a lot of people can hide what their grandparents did that in the civil rights movement, you should also know that the internet documents everything. And your grandchildren will not be able to hide the fact that you fought against acknowledging and taking bold action against climate change.”

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