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Poll: Ocasio-Cortez is the Face of the Democrat Party and Their Voters Don’t Like It

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez continues her media onslaught on the American public, but while polls show that Democrat voters believe she is the face of the Democrat party, they wish she wasn’t.

Top Democrats are circulating a poll showing that one of the House’s most progressive members — Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — has become a definitional face for the party with a crucial group of swing voters.

Why it matters: These Democrats are sounding the alarm that swing voters know and dislike socialism, warning it could cost them the House and the presidency. The poll is making the rounds of some of the most influential Democrats in America. 

“If all voters hear about is AOC, it could put the [House] majority at risk,” said a top Democrat who is involved in 2020 congressional races. “[S]he’s getting all the news and defining everyone else’s races.”

Cortez is a ridiculosity, a clown, a nobody. She is a gift to anyone opposed to the Democrat party. I’m no fan of the RNC as they have failed to build a border wall, fix immigration laws and have no clue how to spend less money on garbage programs.

Honestly though, Cortez isn’t the only issue. Ilhan Omar, Tlaib, Nadler, Schifff… I could go on.

Democrats have been led around by clowns for decades and don’t seem to have minded. Pretty sure they won’t suddenly awake and rebuff one now.

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  1. That equine visage shouldn’t be the face of anything but a horse show. Her campaign song should be, “A horse is a horse, of course, of course, . . .”

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