Nancy Pelosi has ceded control of the House of Representatives to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her followers to a recently elected Radical Socialist Democrat who declares America today is only “10% better than Garbage” blaming former President Reagan who talked about welfare abuses. Perhaps she forgot it was President Bill Clinton who passed major welfare reform called the:
“Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA) is a United States federal law considered to be a major welfare reform. …President Bill Clinton signed PRWORA into law on August 22, 1996, fulfilling his 1992 campaign promise to “end welfare as we have come to know it”.
Perhaps Cortez should bone up on her history. It was the Republicans who fought the Civil War to end slavery. Ocasio-Cortez’s demagoguery is the worst kind of racism since the Civil War and Civil Right’s Act. This smacks of Black Racism against White America. It is a form of reverse racism which the polite media and politicians refuse to acknowledge.
When division and race in America reared its ugly head by an antisemitic Congresswoman IIhan Omar, which was white washed by the Speaker Pelosi, America’s future is troubling. Cortez can’t bring herself to criticize Dictator Maduro who is starving and murdering the Venezuelan people but she thinks America is only 10% better than garbage.
Ocasio-Cortez and her Radical Socialist followers in the House and Senate represents a serious attack on the Constitution. However the most serious problem is that our Universities are turning out young people who are being brain washed by Radical Socialist professors. These young people will become the future leaders of our country.
Do you agree with Cortez America is only 10% better than garbage? In 2020 you can decide.
Read and listen to the interview America is only 10% better than Garbage.
Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that “where we are” as Americans amounts to “garbage” during an appearance at the South By Southwest Conference & Festivals (SXSW).
Ocasio-Cortez sat down with The Intercept’s senior politics editor Briahna Gray to talk about the progressive left’s next move.
“What’s really hard for people to sometimes see is that we are on this path of a slow erosion, and a slow slow slow just like — move away from what we’ve always been,” Ocasio-Cortez began by explaining how she feels that America has moved away from what it should be. “You won’t even realize that you’ve drifted a hundred miles.”