Friday, January 4, 2019


Apparently, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is so awesome and perfect that the only thing the right could dig up from her past to attempt to discredit her was a video of her in high school dancing around looking very happy and beautiful and cute. YES I have a crush on her okay, she's very attractive.

The right, from Republicans to white supremacists, are TERRIFIED of the AOC. And I guess the only way they can deal is by going full Footloose.

The above is not as good as what I retweeted the other day, which was from some Qanon account that called her a "nitwit" for having some fun, but I guess that account got trolled so bad by all of Twitter that they deleted the tweet.

Of course, AOC responded in the best way possible.

Not only dancing more, but to an explicitly anti-war song. Fuck yes.

Other people found examples of Republicans dancing, which is objectively SO MUCH MORE OFFENSIVE THAN AOC EVER COULD BE.

And that was from a goddamn CAMPAIGN VIDEO.

Of course, the latest """controversy""" is over Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib saying fuck.

Tlaib, who was sworn in as Michigan's representative from the 13th Congressional District on Thursday, was speaking at an event for progressive advocacy group when she relayed a conversation with her son to the crowd: "And when your son looks at you and says, 'Momma, look you won, bullies don’t win,' and I said, 'Baby they don't,' because we’re gonna go in and impeach the motherf-----."


It's amazing to see the right lose their minds over dancing and cusses after years of being called an over-sensitive easily-triggered offended-by-everything libcuck. You see, alt-right losers. The real pearl-clutchers are on the right, and they're the ones who get offended over nothing. Always have been. Because what really offends them is any threat to their power, because they have it all, and they use it to to gain more power at the expense of the masses. THAT INCLUDES YOU, ASSHOLES.

Anyway, I'm gonna go dance to System of a Down's "Fuck the System."

It's gonna be an "amazing women of color" kind of year.

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