Ocasio-Cortez is Confused by Her Apartment’s Garbage Disposal

“Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” is not just a fun game show. It’s also the question that every American asks, every single time that trust-fund baby Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez opens her mouth.

The socialist freshman congresswoman from New York (Democrat, of course) has already baffled millions of Americans with her astounding lack of basic human knowledge. But she keeps adding to the list!

Remember the time when she said that people are more concerned with being “factually correct than with being morally right?” As if facts are somehow a bad thing when setting policy! Then there was the time when she asserted that the Democrats were going to take over the three branches of government: the presidency, the House and the Senate. Yikes!

After she was elected to Congress, she was so elated that she was telling her followers that she was going to be “inaugurated” on January 3rd, and then she’d start signing bills on January 4th. In other words, people in New York elected a woman to Congress who would be incapable of passing a basic grade-school Civics test right now.

And it’s not an act! Ocasio-Cortez is just as blitheringly baffled by everyday life as she is about the basic functions of American government. The Daily Caller News Foundation has uncovered a video from the time when “AOC” moved into her apartment, in which the 29-year-old encountered a scary device in her kitchen for the first time in her life: a garbage disposal. Check it out!

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