James Woods Takes Down AOC After Her Arrogant Comments Come TO Light

AOC was ‘fired up’ on Twitter by one of her supporters. She blatantly ignored the role of her position and showed how she wants to rule, much like a dictator.

Human Rights Campaign writer, Charlotte Clymer tweeted: It’s really this simple: if you’ve got a better than what is offering to combat climate change, please show it. If you’re a Member of Congress who can effectively address climate change better than the , show your receipts. Make an effort.

And that’s all it took to fire up AOC on a power trip. The former coffee barista, still under scrutiny for blowing the 25,000 jobs deal in New York, forgot that Congress is supposed to work FOR the people. She threw-up this gem: “Yup. If you don’t like the , then come up with your own ambitious, on-scale proposal to address the global climate crisis. Until then, we’re in charge – and you’re just shouting from the cheap seats.”

Actor and true patriot, James Woods fired back: “So, you may have missed this, but the way it works in America is YOU work for US. The last time somebody told Americans to sit down and shut up was 1776. If you ever learn to read, look it up. You are not only a idiot, you’re an arrogant idiot, and there is nothing more dangerous”.

He’s not kidding Ocasio-Cortez’s mentality and ‘Green Deal’ plans makes for very a dangerous combination, indeed. Here is a freshman lawmaker who has proven time and time again that she doesn’t know her position or understand economics but think she should ‘run this’?

The “Green Deal’ isn’t the only disastrous plan AOC has in the works. She is preparing for the possibility that Democrats in New York could redraw her district after the 2020 election, she told The Intercept in an interview.

Following the 2020 census, every state will draw new district boundaries to reflect changes in the population, the political implications of which will stretch for at least the next decade.

In 2014, New York approved a constitutional amendment establishing a nonpartisan redistricting commission, which is set to take over the redistricting process starting in 2020. The 10-member commission, meant to be independent from the legislature, is made up of individuals selected by leaders from the state Senate and Assembly, and the original eight members pick two additional members.

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