What She Doesn’t Know Would Fill An Encyclopedia
It’s getting to the point where the only logical explanation for the seemingly endless tomfoolery of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) is that she’s being intentionally over-the-top with her ridiculous antics as a ploy to forever stay in the news cycle. Either that, or she’s perhaps the dumbest human being living in the United States today.
In a recent Instagram video, which follows a litany of other videos of a similarly ludicrous nature, AOC filmed herself pointing into the miniature abyss known as her sink’s garbage disposal, explaining her confusion over what it is and what it does.
Claiming that she’s never actually seen one before, AOC states in the hilarious bit that she discovered it after flipping a switch on her wall. She further states that the “bougie” device began yelling at her, describing its sounds and action as “terrifying.”
“Okay, everyone, I need your help because I just moved into this new apartment a few months ago and I just flipped a switch and it made that noise and it scared the daylights out of me,” AOC rants during the clip.
“This DC apartment is bougie and has things I’ve never seen before. Like, what is a garbage disposal really for? Is it better or worse than throwing something in the garbage? More importantly, why is it so loud and yelling at me?” she continues to whine.
Naturally, the clip made the media rounds, generating endless mockery, including from folks who suggested that AOC stick her hand into the garbage disposal to find out what happens.
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Was AOC so entitled growing up that she never even washed her own dishes even once?
While New York City, including the Bronx where AOC claims to have grown up, did impose a ban on garbage disposals back in the 1970s that was later lifted in 1997, AOC actually lived most of her life in Yorktown Heights, a wealthy, mostly white suburb outside the city in Westchester County.
In other words, AOC more than likely had to have encountered at least one garbage disposal in her life – that is, unless she was so privileged that she never actually had to wash a single dish. If this is the case, then she’d better be careful around the stove, which might shoot out fire at her and cause another “terrifying” moment for which she’ll then need to livestream on social media.
If AOC really doesn’t know what a garbage disposal is for, why would anyone trust her “expertise” on climate change?
What’s more amazing is that someone this ill-informed about a simple thing in life like a garbage disposal is actually being taken seriously by some over the bigger things in life like “climate change,” which AOC is notoriously on record as saying will bring about the end of the world in 12 years.
AOC is slated to headline a rally later this month in Washington, DC, to promote her infamously retarded “Green New Deal,” a multi-trillion dollar socialist plan that, broken down, would cost each person currently living in America around $600,000.
“Ocasio-Cortez was only barely born when the U.N. first warned in 1989 that ‘entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth’ by the year 2000 if global warming wasn’t stopped,” reveals Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, pointing to an earlier climate hoax that never came true.
“There is no climate emergency on planet Earth,” he further points out.
“Carbon dioxide isn’t a poison or a pollutant; it’s actually the single most important nutrient for supporting the ‘greening’ of our planet with increased growth rates for crops, forests, grasses and ocean plants. Earth is dangerously low in CO2, and rising CO2 levels are necessary to support more photosynthesis, more ‘greening’ and more production of oxygen through plant respiration.”