Candace Owens Slams “Spoiled Rotten Brat” AOC’s Ignorant Tweet Suggesting Republicans Don’t Work Hard

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has found herself the subject of much mockery yet again after she hilariously suggested that she knew more about hard work than “Republicans” because she was once a waitress.

If you have ever wondered why she’s been proposing dismantling the entire fossil fuel industry, I think we may have just stumbled across our answer: AOC is entirely ignorant to the fact that millions of Americans work their fingers to the bone in these industry because she actually thinks Republican voters aren’t working class.

In her post, written last Thursday, she claimed that, “Republicans like to make fun of the fact that I used to be a waitress,” before saying, “but we all know if they ever had to do a double they’d be the ones found crying in the walk-in fridge halfway through their first shift bc someone yelled at them for bringing seltzer when they wanted sparkling.”

Ocasio-Cortez apparently doesn’t fully understand what her critics are really saying when they bring up her past as a waitress, and it’s almost adorable.

No, honey. We make fun of you because you say stupid things like Republicans don’t know what hard work is, but a girl who worked a few years serving drinks in Manhattan does.

The Western Journal noted that Republicans and conservatives also aren’t too keen on the fact that this “hard working” former bartender wants “the government to pay people to stay home,” nor do they appreciate “the way she pretends that her Green New Deal is anything other than a massive increase in government spending that would cripple the economy.”

They also don’t like “her manner of behaving as though her millennial background gives her license to attack the United States military.”

As the WJ puts it, “her background, other than college and politics, is basically slinging drinks and serving food” and that “doesn’t help her cause when it comes to policy arguments.”

Her ignorant tweet caused a Twitter firestorm of which conservative activist and author Candace Owens took part. Owens pointed out that while waiting tables might be hard work it’s nothing compared to the tough, dangerous, back-breaking jobs men and womn across middle America do every day to keep the country running.

“I used to be a waitress and I worked multiple doubles,” Owens wrote. ”I am laughing out loud at how much of a coastal elitist you have to be to view that as the definition of a hard day at work. Please get on a plane and see the rest of the world (or country) you spoiled rotten brat.”

The myriad of jobs that are just a little more hazardous and exhausting than waiting tables seems to be endless. It is she, not conservatives, who is ignorant to the daily toil of farmers, miners, commercial fishermen, oil rig workers, electrical linemen, loggers, law enforcement officers, and military personnel of America, just to name a few.

At the very least, as WJ points out, the kitchens of her former employers contain “dishwashers and cooks who arguably work in more physically demanding jobs than the restaurant staff that customers see.”

“This isn’t to get into a game of ‘who works harder,’ it’s just to point out the myopia of the 31-year-old radical who apparently thinks having a tough table or getting stiffed for a tip qualifies her as a spokeswoman for American workers — and that Republicans just don’t get it,” the WJ states.

Owens wasn’t alone in her rebuttal of AOC’s post:




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