2019 Feb 10, 7:02pm
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The brilliant 3D “Green Chess” of Alexandria Ocasio-CortezWhy she was right to abruptly remove her plan from her website, and why she’ll be right if she puts it up again (and maybe takes it down one more time)After posting her long-anticipated “Green New Deal” on her official site, visionary Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez surprised many of her fans–or as she prefers to call them, “constituents”–by removing it mere hours later. Citizens across the country (perhaps even the globe) gasped audibly as they saw their utopian guide inexplicably disappear.Inexplicably, that is, until you realize that AOC is literally a million moves ahead of the rest of us in this chess match–or as she refers to it, “super-complicated political checkers.”What her supporters fail to realize is that in removing her New Deal from public viewing before 5 P.M., she got the political drop on her detractors. By publicizing it just while Republicans were at work, she ensured that only Democrats would see it. Hence, she has ensured that only her closest allies will know the plan of attack, while Republicans carelessly go about their daily business. And unbeknownst to them, they just worked their 12-hour shifts to pay for a program that they will never see until it has safely passed.Unidentified sources (who have assured this publication that they are “super legit”) had this to say about the latest move by the revolutionary: “People think that she doesn’t know about stuff that they don’t know about, but she totally does.”Strong words, indeed.
The Democrats in New York are actually redistricting her district. So she will only be a one time Loser. Her district is section 8 housing. They want to give her some hard working tax paying constituents and see how well she does with other people's money, when it's their vote.
Democrats in New York State may redraw their map to eliminate radical Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s district after the 2020 election.As reported earlier, some House Democrats are privately floating the idea of a primary challenge for freshman Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.The Pelosi wing of the Democrat Party is not happy with their new Socialist superstar.Aida Chavez at The Intercept reported: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.But Ocasio-Cortez’s most determined adversaries are not partisan Republicans, but Democrats who say that she has been a disruptive influence. The Hill recently reported that at least one member of Congress has been urging New York party leaders to recruit a Democratic primary challenger to Ocasio-Cortez. But the news led to a surge of donations to Ocasio-Cortez, suggesting that a more efficient means of ousting her might be simply to eliminate her district.
The Democrats in New York are actually redistricting her district. So she will only be a one time Loser.