Psst… I Think The President Is Totally Senile
Maybe Try Not Sucking
A Spring Semester Final Exam for Democrats
Medicare Is in Serious Need of Reform. Biden's Budget Plan Won't Cut It.
Meet the New Boss, Mike Johnson, Same as the Old Boss
America needs friends in the Middle East
Pro-Growth Should Be a Top Priority for Fiscal Reform
While Conservatives are Attacking Each Other, The Left is Marching On
The National Organization of Women Would Leave Even Karl Marx Scratching His Head
Jews are the Canary In the Coal Mine
The Anti-Israel Protests at Columbia Just Got Worse
Schumer Getting Rid of Mayorkas Impeachment Could Affect Democrats in November and Beyond
Justin Trudeau Announces 'Halal Mortgages' for Muslims
Democrats Promise to Keep Mike Johnson’s Job Alive After Ukraine Aid Package Passed
Trump Attorney Calls for Judge Overseeing Hush Money Trial to be Dismissed
Tipsheet
Premium

AOC Pretends to be a Scientist, Gets Owned by Ted Cruz

It began when Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) took to Twitter to lament the fact that Vice President Mike Pence was tapped to head up the nation's response to the coronavirus. 

Sen. Ted Cruz couldn't resist. The Texas senator decided to test Ocasio-Cortez's strict adherence to scientific knowledge by asking her to explain "what exactly is a Y chromosome," a question the congresswoman never bothered to address in her flurry of tweets in response to Sen. Cruz. 

But Ocasio-Cortez did tout her scientific expertise by pointing to the internship she did for Sen. Kennedy, her "dual major" in international relations and economics, and her work as an "Educational Director for a national organization." All things that had absolutely nothing to do with science.  

But the icing on the cake was the picture Ocasio-Cortez tweeted of herself standing before what appeared to be a school science fair project, setting Senator Cruz up for the perfect "clapback," as scientific expert AOC would put it. 

Never change, AOC.  

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement