Nancy Pelosi Jabs Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez During Candid Interview

When parents provide love and discipline to their children, those kids tend to grow up well-adjusted and able to work as part of a team. But when mommy and daddy never say “No” to their spoiled little princess, you end up with Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). The freshman bartender from the Bronx, who is still so new to Congress that she gets lost in the hallways, thinks that she’s the boss — and the party elders can’t seem to rein her in.

Ocasio-Cortez is also under the weird impression that her Twitter and Instagram followers are her “constituents,” and not the voters who elected her in New York. Maybe that’s why AOC’s approval rating has plummeted to just 31%. No one likes a bossy know-it-all who doesn’t play well with others, especially when that person is elevated to a position of minor power.

It’s apparent that AOC is getting on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s last nerve. And Pelosi’s years of promoting progressivism has resulted in a “Frankenstein’s monster” that has finally come back to haunt her. She can’t actually discipline Ocasio-Cortez like a regular rank-and-file Democrat, because Pelosi would then be branded a “racist” and cannibalized by her own troops.

So, Pelosi has resorted to taking bitter cat-fight swipes at AOC in interviews. It’s hilarious to see, because Pelosi is¬†clearly¬†insulting Ocasio-Cortez and at the same time, she’s too frightened to mention daddy’s spoiled little princess by name. Check out this video to see how frustrated Pelosi is becoming with the little monster she created.

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