AOC May Be Giving Us The Best News Yet
This has been a tough week for the GOP and conservatives with an election that wrecks of the fraud and manipulation. The MSM and libs have basically decided Biden is the president and are not interested in a fair election. Trump has his legal team rushing around trying to stop the Dems from stealing this election. But amid all of this controversy, there appears to be possibly some good news from AOC. She claims she is not sure that she will stay in politics.
"When asked if she is considering a Senate run in the next couple of years, Ocasio-Cortez said, "I genuinely don't know."
"I don't even know if I want to be in politics. You know, for real, in the first six months of my term, I didn't even know if I was going to run for re-election this year," she added. "It's the incoming. It's the stress. It's the violence. It's the lack of support from your own party. It's your own party thinking you're the enemy."
She continued, "But I'm serious when I tell people the odds of me running for higher office and the odds of me just going off trying to start a homestead somewhere — they're probably the same."
This comes after AOC claimed her party feels her far-left views are hurting the party.
"I've been begging the party to let me help them for two years. That's also the damn thing of it. I've been trying to help. Before the election, I offered to help every single swing district Democrat with their operation. And every single one of them, but five, refused my help. And all five of the vulnerable or swing district people that I helped secure victory or are on a path to secure victory," the congresswoman said.
"And every single one that rejected my help is losing. And now they're blaming us for their loss," Ocasio-Cortez told the Times. "So I need my colleagues to understand that we are not the enemy. And that their base is not the enemy. That the Movement for Black Lives is not the enemy, that Medicare for all is not the enemy."
We can only hope that the Dems continue to help her on her way out of politics. If only she could take the rest of her squad with her.