- Correspondent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appeared in a tweet on Saturday criticizing San Kirsten Cinema.
- This tweet came after the report was suggested The movie wanted to be “Awara” Like Sen. John McCain.
- Ocasio-Cortez said there was “no objection” to protecting the rich over working families.
Republican Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appeared to be struggling to agree on key pieces of progressive and restrained law during a tweet on Saturday by Democratic lawyer San Kirsten Cinema.
Ocasio-Cortez wrote, “Being a politician is not really about politicians working with corporate lobbyists to protect and sustain wealthy, under-working families.” “The most traditional way to navigate in politics.”
She did not name the senator by Rizona, but the tweet was posted hours after a report suggested The movie was meant to be remembered as a “vagrant” Like the late Riz Rizona Sen. John McCain.
Former Attorney General of Think Rizona Grant Woods said, “I think her legacy should be ‘Awara’ like him. Time Monthly. “He was easily attracted to what he was told and to act contrary to people’s expectations. She is certainly attracted to that image.”
-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) October 2, 2021
Cinema representatives did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
The movie has refused to support President Joe Biden’s $ 3.5 trillion “Build Back Better” social spending bill, Teasing progressives And created confusion over her role. Of Bill Raise taxes on the rich and corporations, expand Medicare and Medicaid, reduce drug prices, improve access to childcare, and more.
The bill needs the support of every Democrat in the Senate, which is divided into 50-50.
The movie was later criticized more The New York Times Reported that she is organizing political fundraising for business lobbying groups that oppose most of the bill.
Meanwhile, House progressives refused to support Biden for 1 trillion Bilateral Infrastructure Bill After this week Speaker Nancy Pelosi decoded it From a large social-expenditure plan. Pelosi is still working to support the bill, saying the House is expected to vote on it. End of the month.