Rep. Ocasio-Cortez Spends Legislative Time Accusing Rep. Yoho of Hurting Her Feelings with Mean Words

Did you ever wonder what happens when you put a woman in charge of making laws for a global economic leader and nuclear power?

Spoiler: She makes it all about herself and her feelings.

If there are other women in the environment, as you can see above, they will form a sort of hysterical nagger hive-mind. Once one of them starts complaining, the rest will stop their normal routine of chatting and grooming, and demand that all male attention be redirected towards the female complaints.

The Sun:

ALEXANDRIA Ocasio-Cortez today recounted how a Republican lawmaker called her a “f***ing b**ch” in a wild speech on the House floor.

The 30-year-old Democrat from New York recalled the moment Rep. Ted Yoho put his finger in her face and called her “disgusting and dangerous.”

Speaking on the floor of the House of Representatives, Ocasio-Cortez recounted: “In front of reporters, Rep. Yoho called me, and I quote, a ‘f***ing b**ch.’

“These are the words that Rep. Yoho levied against a congresswoman.”

More like Rep. YOLO, amirite?

Friggin’ based.

Ocasio-Cortez was reportedly accosted on Monday by Florida lawmaker Ted Yoho, who approached her and called her a “f**king b**ch.”

During her speech, the congresswoman – who recently won the Democratic primary in New York -said: “I was minding my own business, walking up the steps, and Representative Yoho put his finger in my face.

“He called me disgusting, he called me crazy, he called me out of my mind, and he called me dangerous.”

She then recognized his comments as “rude.”

Her Thursday speech comes one day after she slammed the “lies” and non-apology from Yoho.

She condemned her colleague on Wednesday morning, just two days after they clashed in Washington, DC.

On Tuesday, a spokesperson form Yoho’s office told The Sun he “had a brief member to member conversation on the steps of the Capitol” on Monday.

Yoho’s office disputed the report about him allegedly calling Ocasio-Cortez a “b**ch,” and said Yoho didn’t call her “any name for that matter.”

The office, however, did admit Yoho “made a brief comment to himself as he walked away summarizing what he believes her policies to be: bulls**t.”

Just for reference – if an average man was elected to this position, and found himself sitting on the floor of the House of Representatives, he would be using his time to advance his agenda.

If you were in that position, and someone called you a greasy little cocksucker, you would make a note that that person didn’t like you very much, and go back to working on your agenda.

This is true across the spectrum, all the way to the Jewish male members of Congress. Our male enemies are constantly working to destroy Christian society, and they put that above their personal issues. They are actively engaged in trying to impose their will on reality, because that is what men do.

As such, a man trying to understand this situation might look at this behavior and assume that this was part of a calculated attack against a political rival.

That is just projecting the masculine mental process onto a woman. I assure you, that is most probably not the case. The most likely explanation for this situation is that she was just lashing out impulsively at someone because of her feelings.

This is probably because she was on her period.

You may not know this, but women regularly become even more hysterical than usual at relative intervals. During this time, they disgustingly bleed out of their vaginas as a warning to others.

More civilized societies put these unpleasant creatures in special menstruation huts to keep them from humiliating themselves and bothering other people during their period of uncleanliness.

Pictured: The natural menstruation habitat of Ocasio-Cortez

Our society, on the other hand, puts them on the floor of the legislature, records them with high definition cameras, and writes news reports evaluating their cuntfabulations as fundamentally serious arguments.

It is truly impossible to grasp how self-centered these creatures are, until you see it in action. There is no gravity of any situation, not even being a lawmaker during a transformative historical crisis, which can snap them out of their violent and pitiful self-infatuation.