Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has got more people questioning her sanity after sharing a video with her followers on Instagram that crippling inflation under Joe Biden is nothing more than propaganda.
AOC was instantly fact-checked by her district, where many people are struggling and unable to meet their rent payments due to Biden’s economic failure.
The New York Post reported:
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez might want her followers to believe inflation is “propaganda” — but her constituents aren’t buying it.
The firebrand Democratic congresswoman used her Instagram stories to share a video from New Zealand’s left-wing Aotearoa Liberation League in which an activist claimed the “propaganda” surrounding inflation was designed to protect “greedy shareholders,” who are truly to blame for the rising cost of living.
But when The Post visited Ocasio-Cortez’s constituents in the 14th district, which comprises areas in both Queens and in the southeastern part of the Bronx, all of them reported economic pain and many said the Biden administration should not be left off the hook…
Latisha Law, 41, a certified nursing assistant, single mother of three, and grandmother, paused outside Key Food in the Castle Hill area of the Bronx to say she was struggling financially since the pandemic.
Inflation is real — and the fault lies as much with the government as big corporations, Law told The Post.
“Is AOC crazy?” Law said.
“Has she been to a grocery store recently? $1,000 ain’t nothing no more. $100 ain’t nothing no more. Maybe she should spend some time in the projects and really help people.”
The majority of Americans see inflation as a significant problem that is affecting their everyday lives, thanks to Joe Biden.
As The Daily Fetched reported last year, soaring inflation is increasing pressure on American parents as the costs of raising a child continue to skyrocket, according to the Brookings Institution.
According to the ‘left-wing institutions’ analysis published by The Wall Street Journal, it costs over $310,605 to raise a child in the current economic climate, averaging $18,271 per year to raise a child born after 2015.