Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

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About

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is an American politician from The Bronx borough of New York City, New York. A member of the Democratic Socialists of America, she garnered national attention after defeating longtime congressman Joe Crowley in the 2018 Democratic Primary for Congressional District 14 in New York. Her victory was seen as a stunning upset by political punditry, perhaps signaling a fundamental ideological shift to the left for the Democratic Party.

History

Oscasio-Cortez was born October 13th, 1989 in The Bronx, New York.[1] She studied at Boston University, where she was an intern for the immigration office of U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy. After graduating, she worked as a bartender in New York City until her run for Congress. She worked on Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign for President.

Political Positions

Ocasio-Cortez is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America and endorses many progressive policy ideas. She supports Medicare-for-All, a Jobs Guarantee, abolishing ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), enacting gun control policies, and mobilizing against climate change.[2] She has stated that she will support the impeachment of Donald Trump. [7]


Alexandria Ocasio- Cortez's Platform Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is running for Congress to create an America that works for all of us, not just a wealthy few Housing As a Human Right Criminal Justice Reform, End Private Prisons Mobilizing Against Climate Change Women's Rights Curb Wall Street Gambling: Restore Glass Steagall Medicare For All A Federal Jobs Guarantee Gun Control / Assault Weapons Ban Immigration Justice / Abolish ICE Solidarity with Puerto Rico Higher Education for All Support Seniors Clean Campaign Finance Support LGBTQIA+

2018 Democratic Primary

Ocasio-Cortez challenged incumbent Democratic congressman Joe Crowley in the 2018 Democratic Primary for New York's Congressional District 14. Ocasio-Cortez was endorsed by Cynthia Nixon as well as progressive organizations such as MoveOn and Black Lives Matter. A month prior to the election, she posted a campaign video to YouTube that gained over 334,000 views (shown below).



Joe Crowley is a well established politician and had served as the district's congressman since 2014, and prior to that served as the 7th district's congressman from 1999-2013. He was seen by many as an "establishment" Democrat and a possible successor to Nancy Pelosi as the Democratic Speaker of the House. Crowley secured endorsements from New York governor Andrew Cuomo and New York's Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. During the primary, Crowley twice did not debate Ocasio-Cortez and sent a surrogate in his place. He had raised over $3 million for his campaign while Ocasio-Cortez spent only $300,000, many coming through small donations. Only 1% of Crowley's money came from small donations.

On June 26th, 2018, Ocasio-Cortez defeated Crowley in the primary election. Because her district is heavily Democratic, with six registered Democrats per one registered Republican, it was expected she will be elected to Congress at the November 6th general election. In January 2019, she became the youngest woman ever to serve in the U.S. Congress.




Online Reactions

Ocasio-Cortez' victory was seen as a major upset by political punditry. Time[3] and CNN[4] both called it one of the most shocking political upsets of 2018 so far. In explaining the significance of the victory, Sean Hannity attempted to smear Ocasio-Cortez by mocking her platform on his show.



However, when he showed Ocasio-Cortez' positions on his show, many noticed that they were actually popular positions. Twitter user @ndrew_lawrence[5] remarked that the issues were presented as a negative, gaining over 28,000 retweets and 90,000 likes, later tweeting "tell me one thing on this list that isn't a winning issue (shown below, left). User @SantaInc noticed that the segment seemed to imply that Hannity was against issues such as "support seniors" and "Clean Campaign Finance" (shown below, right). Reactions to the segment were covered by The Daily Dot.[6]


Andrew Lawrence @ndrew lawrence ( Follow ) Sean Hannity just presented this agenda as a negative ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ'S PLATFORM MOBILIZING AGAINST CLIMATE ·MEDICARE FOR ALL . HOUSING AS A HUMAN RIGHT 0 0 -A FEDERAL JOBS GUARANTEE GUN CONTROL/ASSAULT CHANGE CLEAN CAMPAIGN FINANCE HIGHER EDUCATION FOR ALL WOMEN'S RIGHTS WEAPONS BAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM, END ■ SUPPORT LGBTQA+ PRIVATE PRISONS IMMIGRATION JUSTICE/ABOUSH ICE. CURB WALL STREET GAMBLING: SOLIDARITY WITH PUERTO RICO SUPPORT SENIORS RESTORE GLASS STEAGALL OX EWS ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ 2018 OFFICIALS BLAME WORKER ERROR FOR AT LEAST PART OF ESCALATING COSTS AND DELAYS DATING BAC 10:37 PM -27 Jun 2018 Santa Claus, CEO Follow @Santalnc Sean Hannity listed Alexandria Ocasio- Cortez's platform as a bad thing It includes such horrors as: -"Support Seniors" -"Women's Rights" -"Clean Campaign Finance" @seanhannity, are you against those things? ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ'S PLATFORM ·MEDICARE FOR ALL MOBILIZING AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE CLEAN CAMPAIGN FINANCE HIGHER EDUCATION FOR ALL WOMEN'S RIGHTS SUPPORT LGBTQIA+ SUPPORT SENIORS HOUSING AS A HUMAN RIGHT 0 - A FEDERAL JOBS GUARANTEE GUN CONTROL /ASSAULT WEAPONS BAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM, END PRIVATE PRISONS · IMMIGRATION JUSTICE / ABOLISH ICE SOLIDARITY WITH PUERTO RICO . CURB WALL STREET GAMBLING: RESTORE GLASS STEAGALL ox EWS ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ 2018 BLAME WORKER ERROR FOR AT LEAST PART OF ESCALATING COSTS AND DELAYS DATING BAC

Online Presence

Fake Allie Beth Stuckey Interview

On July 23rd, 2018, conservative media network CRTV posted a satirical interview which spliced clips of Ocasio-Cortez' interview with PBS show Firing Line with questions from conservative comedian Allie Beth Stuckey, making Ocasio-Cortez look unknowledgeable about socialism and government.




The satire behind the video was lost on some people from both the left and right. Many commenters in the Facebook post of the video on Allie Beth Stuckey's[8] page feature people taking the video seriously (shown below, left). On Twitter, Ocasio-Cortez said Republicans were scared and presenting fake videos as real (shown below, right).


1 Reply Frederick R. Foote St. Staged-all out of context Like Reply 1d Russ Stokes Republicans already on the attack. Like Reply 1d Dana lacopucci SCARY WTH Like Reply 1d Jennifer Uvario This is edited and ridiculous Like Reply 1d Melvin Hall Deep subjects for a shallow mind like hers Like Reply 1d 3 Replies Marvin Gilbert What a moron!! If this is the best that the left can do we will have no problem ion the mid terms. I realize this is edited, but, she is no more informed than what it appears to be here Like Reply 1d Jan Baughman This interview is highly spliced. I watched it. Not what was said. Very shady. s 2 Like Renly 1d Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @Ocasio2018 Following Republicans are so scared of me that they're faking videos and presenting them as real on Facebook because they can't deal with reality anymore. Here's one bonafide truth: Election Day is November 6th. Shane Goldmacher@ShaneGoldmacher This faked interview of @Ocasio2018 by @CRTV has nearly 1 million views orn Facebook. In less than 24 hours. Interview didn't happen. It takes clips from @MargaretHoover's show and edits. Show this thread 10:34 AM-24 Jul 2018

Ben Shapiro quote-tweeted Ocasio-Cortez' tweet, saying "Someone clearly needs to undertake a forced redistribution of senses of humor so that you end up with one."[9] The moment was covered by Daily Dot.[10]

Virginia Kruta Interview

On July 24th, 2018, Daily Caller editor Virginia Kruta appeared on Fox and Friends to discuss her experience at an Ocasio-Cortez rally. She said she felt "uncomfortable" and that it was "truly terrifying" to hear some of Ocasio-Cortez' platforms, saying it would be "easy" to accept certain ideas. She stated:

I saw how easy it would be, as a parent, to accept the idea that my children deserve healthcare and education.
I saw how easy it would be, as someone who has struggled to make ends meet, to accept the idea that a “living wage” was a human right.
Above all, I saw how easy it would be to accept the notion that it was the government’s job to make sure that those things were provided.




On Twitter, the interview was mocked as some users found it amusing that Kruta would be scared to accept the idea of a living wage as a human right and that her children deserve health care and education. Author Sarah Jaffe said that Fox was creating unwitting advertisements for socialism, gaining over 25 retweets and 130 likes (shown below, left). Writer Bill Corbett sarcastically tweeted it was "scary stuff" to imagine not going bankrupt when one's child has cancer (shown below, right). The interview and Twitter reactions were covered by The Daily Dot.[11]


Sarah Jaffe @sarahljaffe Follow does Fox know that they're unwittingly creating commercials for socialism Aaron Rupar@atrupar Fox & Friends had Daily Caller editor @VAKruta on to discuss the fear she felt attending @Ocasio2018 rally. M S5 ST HITS CAMPAIG K about things everybody wan Show this thread 1:50 AM-24 Jul 2018 Bill Corbett @BillCorbett Follow The idea that you might NOT go bankrupt if your kid got cancer... my god... it's chilling. Scary stuff. Aaron Rupar@atrupar Fox & Friends had Daily Caller editor @VAKruta on to discuss the fear she felt attending Ocasio2018 rally. M 5 350 ST HITS CAMPAIG K about things everybody wan Show this thread 10:51 AM-24 Jul 2018

Ben Shapiro Debate Request

On August 8th, 2018, Ben Shapiro posted a challenge to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to debate him, and offered her $10,000 to do so.




In a tweet, Ocasio-Cortez responded by rejecting the offer, saying "Just like catcalling, I don’t owe a response to unsolicited requests from men with bad intentions. And also like catcalling, for some reason they feel entitled to one."


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @Ocasio2018 Following Just like catcalling, l don't owe a response to unsolicited requests from men with bad intentions And also like catcalling, for some reason they feel entitled to one. Ryan Saavedra @RealSaavedra @Ocasio2018 Refuses To Respond To @BenShapiro's $10K Debate Offer

The response riled conservatives who took umbrage with the comparison to Shapiro's unsolicited offer to catcalling. Shapiro said that the response demonstrated "cowardice" on Ocasio-Cortez' part (shown below, left). Conservative commentator Mark Dice called her a "crazy-eyed lunatic" for the response (shown below, right).


Ben Shapiro @benshapiro Follow DiScussion and debate are not "bad intentions." Slandering someone as a sexist catcaller without reason or evidence does demonstrate cowardice and bad intent, however. Ryan Saavedra Alexandria @RealSaavedra Ocasio-Cortez@Ocasio2018 Just like catcalling, I don't owe a response to unsolicited .@Ocasio2018 Refi requests from men with bad intentions. To @BenShapiro's Offer And also like catcalling, for some reason they feel... 10:41 PM -9 Aug 2018 Mark Dice Follow @MarkDice Replying to @Ocasio2018 Only a deranged person would equate a challenge to a political debate with being sexually harassed. This crazy-eyed lunatic is out of her mind! 10:58 PM -9 Aug 2018

Others pointed out that Ocasio-Cortez, a congressional candidate, was under no obligation to debate a media personality. Twitter user @brooklynmarie said the reaction to the outrage was ironic, considering Ocasio-Cortez was exercising her free will and autonomy by declining the offer (shown below, left). Comedian Patton Oswalt joked that Shapiro should debate him, as he's "also a short clown no one takes seriously" (shown below, right).


Brooke Binkowski @brooklynmarie Follow The best thing about this tweet is how offended some replies are that she's exercising her free will and autonomy to ignore a ridiculous demand. Ryan Savedra eRealSaavedra Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez@Ocasio2018 Just like catcalling, I don't owe a response to unsolicited requests .@Ocasio2018 Refi from men with bad intentions. To @BenShapiro's Offer And also like catcalling, for some reason they feel entitled to one. 11:34 PM -9 Aug 2018 Patton Oswalt @pattonoswalt Follow Why does Ben Shapiro want to debate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? He's not running for office. He should debate me. I'm also a short clown no one takes seriously. #fun 2:58 AM - 10 Aug 2018

Knock Down the House

At the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, the documentary Knock Down the House, which followed the congressional campaigns of Ocasio-Cortez, Amy Vilela, Cori Bush and Paula Jean Swearengin won the Festival Favorite Award selected by audience members.[12] The documentary was directed by Rachel Lears.



Netflix purchased streaming rights to the film for a reported $10 million, which would make it the most expensive Sundance documentary deal to date.[13] In its coverage, Reason[14] praised the free market and criticized Ocasio-Cortez for wanting to overturn Citizens United. The news gained over 630 points on /r/movies.[15]

"Weak Meme" Criticism

On February 21st, 2019, Ocasio-Cortez appeared on the premiere episode of Showtime's show Desus & Mero. While being interviewed by the eponymous hosts, Ocasio-Cortez joked that the memes made about her were "weak," quipping "It’s like, how do you have a computer that runs both Windows 95 and Twitter at the same time?" (shown below).



Ocasio-Cortez also discussed her popularity on social media, saying, "it is heavy, but in a weird way that stuff is validation that you’re doing something real,” she said. “Because if you’re just flying under the radar, just trying to get your check, like not rock the boat--then what’s the point of being in politics? What is the point of doing things if you’re just trying to maintain a status quo that doesn’t help people?” The interview was covered by The Daily Dot[16] and Huffington Post.[17]

Birth Chart

On January 14th, 2019, Twitter user @lipandbone[18] tweeted, "GUYS I GOT ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ’S BIRTH TIME 11:50AM! Thank you THANK YOU @AOC and your staff for being willing to share this information! The astrological community thanks you!" (shown below, left). The tweet gained 890 likes in two months. The email exchange between himself and representative was attached (shown below, right).


Arthur Lipp-Bonewisnd 8... @lipandbone GUYS I GOT ALEXANDRIA OCASIO CORTEZ'S BIRTH TIME 11:50AM! Thank you THANK YOU @AOC and your staff for being willing to share this information! The astrological community thanks you! 10:28 AM-14 Jan 2019 A question and a concern for Rep. Ocasio-Cortez Inbox me Hello Daniel, We spoke on the phone... Bonthius, Daniel to me 1:24 PM View details Hi Arthur, I am sorry that I took so long to respond. Things have been a bit hectic, and I needed to make sure l got the Congresswoman's permission before releasing her personal details. But I do have an answer. She was born at 11:50am on 10/13/1989

That same day, Twitter user @astrojen[19] posted the who sign chart which accumulated 30 likes (shown below, left). Astrologers began interpreting the chart and sharing their findings (shown below, right). @anyatheinfinite[20] found the chart to signify a powerful and progressive politician.


astrojen @astrojer Replying to @lipandbone @AOC Here's the whole sign chart 11:50 Bronx, Ny Tropical Whole Sign +4:00 00' 00。 じ 22° 00' 02 06° 39' 00° 16° 10 9 10° 00° Λ 41' 7'の 29 12 00° 00° 45 8 28 34' 48 05° 15° 48 2 08. 00° 45' 08" 14' 09° 16° 39' 00° 22° 00° 00' 00' 00° 00E 00 6:23 PM- 14 Jan 2019 Jamaican Beauty @anyatheinfinite Sun conjunct Mars in Libra 10H (powerful politician), NN in Aquarius (progressive), Moon conjunct Pallas in Aries 3H opposite Mercury in 9H (habitual social justice clapback queen) Astrology is so fucking cool 4:06 AM-15 Jan 2019

@AOCPress Parody Account Suspension

On May 6th, 2019, Twitter suspended the @AOCPress parody account and the personal account of its creator Michael Morrison. That evening, Twitter user @hollandcourtney posted screenshots of Twitter's suspension notification, claiming the account violated site rules against "fake accounts" (shown below):




In response, many expressed outrage over the suspension, arguing that the account was labeled as a "parody" (shown below).


YI Edit profile Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Press Release (parody) @AOCpress I'm the boss... you mad bro? (parody) Joined November 2018 2 Following 85.2K Followers Tweets Tweets & replies Media Likes

The following day, The Daily Dot[21] published an article titled "Ocasio-Cortez parody suspended by Twitter--and conservatives are fuming," which included a statement from Twitter regarding the suspension:

"While you may use Twitter pseudonymously or as a parody, commentary, or fan account, you may not use misleading account information in order to engage in spammy, abusive, or disruptive behavior, including attempts to manipulate the conversations on Twitter."

Meanwhile, the news site The Wrap[22] reported that "a person familiar with Twitter's decision" revealed that there was evidence suggesting "Morrison used other accounts to recirculate its tweets, violating the company’s rules against spamming."

Concentration Camps Controversy

On June 17th, 2019, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez published an Instagram live video in which she accused the United States government of running "concentration camps on the southern border." She was referring to the detention centers that house undocumented migrants that had been apprehended crossing the U.S.-Mexico border (clip below).



The following day, various conservative news outlets and commentators picked up on the comments and criticized them. Daily Wire reporter Real Saavedra tweeted, "Ocasio-Cortez falsely claims Trump is operating concentration camps, compares the situation to the Holocaust: 'The U.S. is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are. … ‘Never Again’ means something … we need to do something about it.'" The post recevied more than 923,000 views, 5,100 likes and 2,300 retweets in 24 hours (shown below).


As the news continued to spread, Ocasio-Cortez shared an article from Esquire[23] magazine in which an expert on concentration camps, Andrea Pitzer, author of the book One Long Night: A Global History of Concentration Camps, shares Ocasio-Cortez's opinion. Pitzer says, "We have what I would call a concentration camp system and the definition of that in my book is, mass detention of civilians without trial."

Ocasio-Cortez added,[24] "This administration has established concentration camps on the southern border of the United States for immigrants, where they are being brutalized with dehumanizing conditions and dying. This is not hyperbole. It is the conclusion of expert analysis." The post received more than 58,000 likes, 27,000 retweet and 10,000 comments (shown below, left).

Representative Liz Cheney tweeted,[25] "Please @AOC do us all a favor and spend just a few minutes learning some actual history. 6 million Jews were exterminated in the Holocaust. You demean their memory and disgrace yourself with comments like this." The post received more than 20,000 likes, 19,000 comments and 6,500 retweets in 24 hours (shown below, center).

Ocasio-Cortez responded,[26] "Hey Rep. Cheney, since you’re so eager to 'educate me,' I’m curious: What do YOU call building mass camps of people being detained without a trial? How would you dress up DHS’s mass separation of thousands children at the border from their parents?" The tweet received more than 81,000 likes, 16,000 retweets and 9,000 comments in 24 hours (shown below, right).


Liz Cheney @Liz_Cheney Please @AOC do us all a favor and spend just a few minutes learning some actual history. 6 million Jews were exterminated in the Holocaust. You demean their memory and disgrace yourself with comments like this Ryan Saavedra @RealSaavedra Ocasio-Cortez falsely claims Trump is operating concentration camps, compares the situation to the Holocaust: "The U.S. is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are. ... 'Never Again' means something G wan Ho about forgving depth? threktacudar 2:134 jannyu esg The haters are aat udest cun Show this thread 10:25 AM 18 Jun 2019 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @AOC Hey Rep. Cheney, since you're so eager to "educate me," I'm curious: What do YOU call building mass camps of people being detained without a trial? How would you dress up DHS's mass separation of thousands children at the border from their parents? Liz Cheney @Liz_Cheney Please @AOC do us all a favor and spend just a few minutes learning some actual history. 6 million Jews were exterminated in the Holocaust. You demean their memory and disgrace yourself with comments like this. twitter.com/realsaavedra/s... 10:41 AM - 18 Jun 2019

Members of the Jewish community also weighed in on the controversy. Twitter[27] user @bessbell tweeted, "Jew here. @AOC’s point is exactly why we say 'Never forget.' The Holocaust did not begin with the murder of 6 million Jews. It began with the same dehumanization, deportation, and internment we see today. You, sickeningly, invoke the Holocaust to minimize their suffering. Shame." The tweet received more than 35,000 likes 7,100 retweets in 24 hours (shown below, left).

Twitter user @RabbiShmuley tweeted, "Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says US running 'concentration camps' on border – outrageous & nauseating trivialization of the #Holocaust by ⁦@AOC⁩. She is utterly ignorant of the horrors of the Holocaust and must immediately apologize to Jewish community." The tweet received more than 250 likes, 100 comments and 90 retweets in 24 hours (shown below, center).[28]

Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg tweeted, "Ok, Internet. Time to learn the difference between concentration camps and death ('extermination') camps. Germany started with concentration camps in 1933. Death camps started in 1941. Never again is now." The tweet received more than 49,000 likes, 17,000 retweets and 1,000 comments (shown below, right).[29]


Replying to @Liz_Cheney @AOC Jew here. @AOC's point is exactly why w say "Never forget." The Holocaust did not begin with the murder of 6 million Jews. It began with the same dehumanization, deportation, and internment we see today. You, sickeningly, invoke the Holocaust to minimize their suffering. Shame. 11:34 AM - 18 Jun 2019 Rabbi Shmuley @RabbiShmuley Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says US running 'concentration camps' on border - outrageous & nauseating trivialization of the #Holocaust by @AOC. She is utterly ignorant of the horrors of the Holocaust and must immediately apologize to Jewish community. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says US running 'concentration camps' on border Experts say that so far, what the US is doing on its southern border with the migrants "is similar to some prior [concentration camp] systems." ipost.com 12:36 PM - 18 Jun 2019 Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg @TheRaDR Ok, Internet. Time to learn the difference between concentration camps and death ("extermination") camps. Germany started with concentration camps in 1933. Death camps started in 1941. Never again is now. marlon c. manning @marloncmanning @TheRaDR Peace Be Unto U Rabbi. While I believe in a immigration referendum, and that camp conditions for migrant are not good. I wouldn't associate U.S. camps to Nazi camps. No mass killing going on, starvation etc... 4:40 PM - 14 Jun 2019

That day, Ocasio-Cortez defended her use of the word because "it is rooted in academic definition." She continues, "One of the biggest lessons that we learned from both Holocaust historians, civil rights academics and experts is that it takes a process, a slow gradual process of increasingly dehumanizing steps and once you have convinced an electorate or once you have convinced a community that a certain group of people are bad or less than, it justifies and allows people to feel more comfortable with the dehumanization and dehumanizing acts and the violation of their rights" (shown below).



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External References

[1] Wikipedia – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

[2] Alexandria Ocasio Cortez

[3] TIME – How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Pulled Off the Biggest Upset of 2018

[4] CNN – A 28-year-old Democratic Socialist just ousted a powerful, 10-term congressman in New York

[5] Twitter – @ndrew_lawrence

[6] Daily Dot – Sean Hannity accidentally airs a wonderful ad for socialism

[7] SF Examiner – Primaries upend political landscape ahead of midterm elections and could spell trouble for Trump

[8] Facebook – Allie on CRTV

[9] Twitter – Ben Shapiro

[10] Daily Dot – Fake Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez interview defended as ‘satire’ after backlash

[11] Daily Dot – Conservative reporter goes to an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rally and becomes a meme

[12] Twitter – Cori Bush

[13] Tech Crunch – Netflix reportedly paid $10M for campaign documentary featuring Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

[14] Reason – Netflix Paying $10 Million for Ocasio-Cortez Campaign Documentary. Isn't the Free Market Great?

[15] Reddit – Netflix Purchases Documentary 'Knock Down The House' For a Record $10M – Follows the Campaign of Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez

[16] Daily Dot – Ocasio-Cortez slams trolls who come at her with ‘weak’ memes

[17] Huffington Post – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Shuts Down Mocking Meme-Makers With Windows 95 Zinger

[18] Twitter – lipandbone

[19] Twitter – astrojen

[20] Twitter – anyatheinfinite

[21] The Daily Dot – Ocasio-Cortez parody suspended by Twitter--and conservatives are fuming

[22] The Wrap – Twitter Bans Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Parody Account for Manipulation

[23] Esquire – An Expert on Concentration Camps Says That's Exactly What the U.S. Is Running at the Border

[24] Twitter – @AOC's Tweet

[25] Twitter – @Liz_Cheney's Tweet

[26] Twitter – @AOC's Tweet

[27] Twitter – @bessbell's Tweet

[28] Twitter – @RabbiShmuley's Tweet

[29] Twitter – @TheRaDR's Tweet

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