Ocasio-Cortez Takes Credit For Dem Re-Elections, Says Party Needs To Embrace Far Left

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After Democrats had an internal discussion about how far-left wing rhetoric from legislators such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) was to blame for losing some House races on election day, Ocasio-Cortez had a different opinion. “We need to do a lot of anti-racist, deep canvassing in this country,” said AOC in a statement.

“If we keep losing white shares and just allowing Facebook to radicalize more and more elements of white voters and the white electorate, there’s no amount of people of color and young people that you can turn out to offset that” AOC continued. The Daily Wire notes the congresswoman was factually inaccurate, considering “President Donald Trump actually lost support with white men while gaining support with every other demographic.”

In an audio recording obtained by the Washington Post, Democratic Representative Abigail Spanberger of Virginia discussed how the far-left members of the party are hurting candidates, including herself. “We need to not ever use the word ‘socialist’ or ‘socialism’ ever again…We lost good members because of that” said Spanberger after Tuesday’s elections. “If we are classifying Tuesday as a success…we will get f-ing torn apart in 2022” she added.

Naturally defending her extremist views, AOC doubled down, insisting the Democratic party needs more of her. “I offered to help every single swing district Democrat with their operation…And every single one of them, but five refused my help. And all five of the vulnerable or swing district people that I helped secured victory or are on a path to securer victory. And every single one that rejected my help is losing. And now they’re blaming us for their loss” said Ocasio-Cortez.

Ocasio-Cortez maintains far-left policy objectives such as the Green New Deal are “not the enemy” of Democrats, and those who do not embrace such extreme policies are “just setting up their own obsolescence.” AOC’s own battle with her party has her second-guessing a future in politics. “I don’t’ even know if I want to be in politics. You know, for real, in the first six months of my term, I didn’t even know if I was going to run for re-election this year” she said. After Democrats had an internal discussion about how far-left wing rhetoric from legislators such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) was to blame for losing some House races on election day, Ocasio-Cortez had a different opinion. “We need to do a lot of anti-racist, deep canvassing in this country,” said AOC in a statement.

“If we keep losing white shares and just allowing Facebook to radicalize more and more elements of white voters and the white electorate, there’s no amount of people of color and young people that you can turn out to offset that” AOC continued. The Daily Wire notes the congresswoman was factually inaccurate, considering “President Donald Trump actually lost support with white men while gaining support with every other demographic.”

In an audio recording obtained by the Washington Post, Democratic Representative Abigail Spanberger of Virginia discussed how the far-left members of the party are hurting candidates, including herself. “We need to not ever use the word ‘socialist’ or ‘socialism’ ever again…We lost good members because of that” said Spanberger after Tuesday’s elections. “If we are classifying Tuesday as a success…we will get f-ing torn apart in 2022” she added.

Naturally defending her extremist views, AOC doubled down, insisting the Democratic party needs more of her. “I offered to help every single swing district Democrat with their operation…And every single one of them, but five refused my help. And all five of the vulnerable or swing district people that I helped secured victory or are on a path to securer victory. And every single one that rejected my help is losing. And now they’re blaming us for their loss” said Ocasio-Cortez.

Ocasio-Cortez maintains far-left policy objectives such as the Green New Deal are “not the enemy” of Democrats, and those who do not embrace such extreme policies are “just setting up their own obsolescence.” AOC’s own battle with her party has her second-guessing a future in politics. “I don’t’ even know if I want to be in politics. You know, for real, in the first six months of my term, I didn’t even know if I was going to run for re-election this year” she said. “But I’m serious when I tell people the odds of me running for higher office and the odds of me just going off trying to start a homestead somewhere – they’re probably the same.”