After discussing her thoughts on the indictment of former President Donald Trump, Democratic New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined Seth Meyers on Tuesday’s Late Night to deliver a scathing attack on conservatives.
Among other swipes, Ocasio-Cortez pointed out that Republicans had pledged “to get to the bottom of the ‘Biden criminal family,'” but it seems they have come up empty.
She said attempts were made. The GOP had that huge hearing with Twitter and Hunter Biden, and they felt they “got him.” She then needled the Republicans for coming up empty.
Time will tell.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wore a black dress on the Seth Meyers show and made the point that, unlike Republican news conferences, hearings are not a forum for political grandstanding. This is an odd statement after her party spent the Trump years politically grandstanding at hearings.
AOC, who represents New York’s 14th congressional district, walked onto the set of the late-night show in a black mock-neck midi dress with side slits. She finished her outfit off with a pair of sleek black shoes.
She discussed the election of Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House, the Republican’s definition of “wokeism,” and the indictment of former President Donald Trump during her discussion with Meyers.
Ocasio-Cortez has often garnered attention not just for her political activism but also for her clothes. In 2021, she attended the Met Gala with an off-the-shoulder white dress that said: “Tax the Wealthy.” Aurora James, the originator of Brother Vellies and the Fifteen Percent Promise, created the dress in the mermaid style.
Trump has questioned AOC’s intelligence in the past, and according to Ocasio-Cortez, she has actively sought out people without college degrees to serve in her congressional office.
Ocasio-Cortez was a former bartender in Manhattan before her 2018 election to Congress and is a cum laude alumnus of Boston University.
In May 2019, Ocasio-Cortez learned many new things, like the existence of a garbage disposal.
The 29-year-old congresswoman said she had never seen the “terrifying” device before and uploaded photographs and videos of it in action in her posh DC residence.
She’s a cum laude alumnus.