Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez threatens primary challenges to Dems who vote with GOP

Mindy Sparks
March 4, 2019

But the New York Post says from when she announced her candidacy in May 2017 to December 2018, her campaign has relied on using Uber, Lyft, Juno and other ride-hailing apps to get around. She once logged 26 car-service transactions in one day, The Post found.

In all, Ocasio-Cortez spent $29,365.70 on those emissions-spewing vehicles, along with auto and van rentals - even though her Queens HQ was a one-minute walk to the 7 train.

In comparison, the campaign paid merely $8,335.41 on 52 MetroCard transactions, the Post reported.

According to the GND fact sheet, the nation must, "totally overhaul transportation by massively expanding electric vehicle manufacturing, build charging stations everywhere, build out high-speed rail ... create affordable public transit available to all, with goal to replace every combustion-engine vehicle".

Carbon dioxide emissions from auto tailpipes are a type of greenhouse gas, which traps heat in the Earth's atmosphere and makes the planet warmer and thus creates phenomena like melting polar ice caps. "What bothers me is what she is advocating for". 'Respect the hustle. We won [because] we out-worked the competition'.

Rep. Doug Collins Friday called a warning from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Democrats backing a GOP amendment to a gun background check "amazing" because he didn't know she'd already risen to a place where she can threaten people who don't follow her party's line, and accused her of being a "star on flash".

In a February 24 Instagram video filmed in her kitchen, Ocasio-Cortez railed against plastic grocery bags - then appeared to toss two of the sacks, which can be recycled, into the trash.

If that argument sounds vaguely familiar, you might recognize it as the timeless excuse made by socialists the world over: "I drive this expensive auto and have a dacha on the Black Sea, while you stand in line for five hours waiting for moldy turnips because I'm working hard for a better future for all you peasants".

"For thee but not for me", New York Democratic Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez apparently beleives when it comes to saving the planet from its potential doomsday within 12 years. No one can rival this kind of hard-hitting journalism'.

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