Bill Maher's Gutfeld Appearance Highlighted a Point That's Viewed as Treasonous By the...
The Trump Hush Money Trial Imploded Yesterday
KC Star's Idea of 'Poetic Justice' for Harrison Butker Is What You'd Expect...
Wait, the U.S. Senate Chaplain Said What About the Death of the Iranian...
Joe Biden's Executive Privilege Plot Is a Nixonian Throwback
New Tool Keeps Families Up-to-Date on the Left's War on Parents
The ‘Trump Never Conceded’ Lie
Silver Lining in Jen Psaki's Lie: Gold Star Family Gets Red Carpet Rollout...
Universities Breed Evil
Biden Lawsuit Against Sheetz Gas Will Enrage Pennsylvania Voters
Two Contrasting Congressional Days
What Will Change in Iran After Raisi's Death? One Ex-CIA Official Weighs in.
Is It Any Surprise Oakland Took This Step in Response to Copper Thieves?
The B(D)S Movement
Here's When Schumer Plans to Vote on the Border Bill

AOC Turns on Democrats

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-NY) criticized her party members, calling on New York Democrats to resign after midterm results showed that her state was trending towards the Right more than in previous years. 


AOC said that Democrats need to be held responsible for allowing Republicans to make the gains that they did in New York on Tuesday night. 

“After leading the party to a catastrophic ballot measure loss that would’ve saved Dem House seats, the party chair (Jacobs) compared a Black woman Dem nominee to the KKK. He was protected,” AOC tweeted, adding “to win from here, Jacobs must go and we must recenter the party to better value community leadership and small-d democracy.”

In October of 2021, the squad member called on Jacobs to be removed from his position after a Democrat made remarks comparing Buffalo mayoral Democratic candidate India Walton to a former Ku Klux Klan leader.

“NYS Dem party leadership, which was gutted under [former Gov. Andrew] Cuomo, stuffed with lobbyists, works to boost GOP, and failed to pass a basic state ballot measure to protect NY redistricting, must be accountable,” AOC tweeted, adding “I called for Jay Jacob’s resignation a year ago and I still hold that position.” 


Compared to past years, almost every New York county shifted more towards the Right, proving that a red wave is making a stronger presence in Democrat-run states. 

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos