Watch: Ocasio-Cortez Makes Herself Look Like an Idiot…Again

Bless her heart…Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is dumber than a bag of rocks but she just can’t see it. The more she talks, the worse it gets!

She has pushed hard for socialism in America, illegal immigration, and free EVERYTHING. The Bronx bimbo probably makes Bernie Sanders proud…and now she is backing the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

While appearing on Yahoo News’ “Skullduggery” podcast, she claimed that there are “so many” reasons why Trump needs to be impeached. Unfortunately, she isn’t smart enough to realize that not liking him isn’t a valid reason for impeachment.

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When asked for three reasons to back her statement, Ocasio-Cortez said, “I think you could reach in a bag and pull so many things out that are impeachable of this president. I support impeaching this president.”

“Number one is emoluments. I think it’s always been emoluments. It’s always been about that for me.” She babbled on, “I think two would be tax fraud.”

“I think emoluments kind of includes any misconduct, financial misconduct in relation to Russia,” the liberal rep added.

Here is the podcast, if you can bare to watch:

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