Lib Media Fawns Over AOC As She Eyes ‘Higher Office’

The liberal media continues to shower Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also known as AOC, with praise as they paint her as a dynamic and powerful force in the Democratic Party. POLITICO recently published an article titled “From agitator to insider: The evolution of AOC,” which not only reinforces the liberal media’s love for Democrats but also speculates whether she will challenge Senator Kirsten Gillibrand for her Senate seat in 2024.

In a recent interview, AOC refused to rule out any future political goals, including seeking higher office. However, it comes as no surprise that she refused to comment further when asked about challenging Gillibrand. Even during her interview, she took a cheap shot at Republicans, referring to them as “fascists.”

If AOC decides to run, it won’t be the first time she defeated a Democratic incumbent. She rose to power after beating out Joe Crowley in the 2018 Democratic primary. However, running against a statewide incumbent may prove more challenging because her district, the 14th Congressional District, is incredibly liberal.

This is not the first time the media has speculated about AOC’s future political ambitions. Last year, The Hill even suggested she should run for president. It’s clear that the liberal media views AOC as a rising star in the Democratic Party, and they will continue to push their narrative no matter how ridiculous her views and policy positions may be at times.

Fortunately, conservatives are not fooled by the liberal media’s glowing coverage of AOC. As a beacon of hope for conservatives everywhere, we know that freedom-loving Americans will see through the left’s deceitful tactics and stand strong against the radical socialist policies that AOC and her comrades champion.

Written by Staff Reports

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