Conceited Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez got dogged for having a “donkey face” after tweeting how her Republican critics actually want to “date” her

While the former bartender and waitress is using Congress to build a millionaire's portfolio, the youngest woman to serve is degrading our nation's federal legislative authority with antics and words that display her fake intelligence and real ignorance

CLEVELAND, OH – United States Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez found herself being dogged out on her Twitter page after Colombian immigrant and fired Newsmax pundit Steve Cortes tweeted about her going maskless while vacationing in Florida with her sandal wearing boyfriend.  Riley Roberts.   Cortes doesn’t like seeing “dudes feet” in sandals.

The immigrants vying to lead and direct our national conversations are showing Americans the most “real” examples of their best thinking with this ignorant bullshit.  Cortes was a Hispanic advisor to former President Donald James Trump who, as a Colombian, had no real cultural connection to the Mexicans and Puerto Ricans who make up the majority of our nation’s Hispanics.  Different nations of origins and nationalities; and they speak different versions of Spanish.

There are tons of pictures of the New York representative going maskless and ignoring the social distancing lunacy duty-exceeding elected officials with political careers that are soon to be voted out of office have been trying to force down American throats.  That was the intended purpose of Cortes “feet tweet.”  He was trying to demonstrate that Ocasio-Cortez was a hypocrite.

The member of Congress’ response was so out-of-pocket it made no sense.  She should be drug tested.  Cortes is a married man with four children.  He’s been married to his wife, Holly, since 1998 for nearly 24 years.

Steve and Holly Cortes.

Nothing in his social media comment implied that Cortes had any sexual interest in Ocasio-Cortez that would have prompted her to write “Republicans are mad they can’t date me.”  He also did not express any sexual frustration when referencing her boyfriend, Riley’s, sandal clad feet.  The “dudes” in sandals thing seems to be his cultural pet peeve.

So when Ocasio-Cortez wrote that Republicans should say they’re angry at not being able to date her, instead of projecting their sexual frustration onto her boyfriend’s feet, there was no basis for her conceited sexual innuendo if she understood the English language.  More specifically, she must not have seen Cortes’ wife … Holly.   Even with four children Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t have anything on her; and she’s not as “gummy” when she smiles.

Comparing retweets, quote tweets and likes, Ocasio-Cortez generated more attention on her social media page than Cortes.  The attention in numbers doesn’t tell the full story of how the congresswoman got dogged out for degrading the national elected office she holds.  Cortes was on his way to being forgotten until his tweet and the congresswoman’s teenie bopper response brought him back.

Ocasio-Cortez had her fawning fans agreeing that she was “fine.”  But only in the earlier responses to her tweet.  After her fans dropped off her detractors picked up in overwhelming numbers.  9 to 1.   She was called everything from “congress cute” to a straight out “bar slut.”

Lester (Les) Whyte
@EveningLiberal
Pretty sure nobody wants to date you. I’m just surprised you’re not “spreading it around” since that is your belief system…
Dr. Barely Bender, PhD…
@BendersNu
I wouldn’t go after that with Michelle O’s dick and Barry pushing..
Everett Wilson
@DrewMex1940
Got a high opinion about yourself ain’t ye?
ARCHANGEL978
@archangel978
“No one thinks you’re “Hot”.. This is how Americans see you. You’re are a lying Sociopath Who says Flordia is a cess pool of Death from Covid yet you go there “Un-Masked” with your fake Vaccine card. yes, you lied about getting Vaccine.”
Heywood Dover
@bill_eato
“When losing an argument, call white people sexist, homophobic, and racist.” From AOC’s playbook. What a clown.”

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