Airhead Socialist Influencer Shows Off $2 Million Apartment, But Calls to “Tax the Rich”
Here’s a question: what does it mean to be rich in today’s society?
Back when I was a kid, having a million dollars made someone rich. That that still apply today? Well, let’s consider it.
If you’re not living a lavish lifestyle, then $60,000 is probably a reasonable income for many families. I know I’ve provided for my family for less than that in the past.
What about a single person? How much could they live off of and still live comfortably? I would venture to say that $40,000 could be a comfortable income level. Again, I’ve provided for my family with less.
So a million dollars could take care of someone for 20-25 years. I would say that’s still rich by today’s standards. I know there are some higher scale places where you wouldn’t get by as long, but that’s a choice to live in a more luxurious area. There are also places where the cost of living is lower and a million dollars could get you by until you die, especially if you invest some of it.
So what are we to think of a socialist influencer/Twitch streamer who shows off her lavish $2 million apartment which includes a wine cooler that she doesn’t need, an espresso machine when she doesn’t drink coffee, and who knows what else? Well, that’s called being a hypocrite.
She found fame after her social media postings supporting Senator Bernie Sanders in the election and displaying “TAX THE RICH” clothing.
Nicole Sanchez, also known as “Neekolul,” or “Neeko” is well known for her TikTok video “OK Boomer,” in which she dances and lip-syncs dressed wearing a Sanders campaign cropped t-shirt. Sanchez recently video herself doing a similar dance while wearing a “TAX THE RICH” shirt from Alexandria Ocasio-campaign Cortez’s in New York.
She then tries to defend herself by explaining what she means by “tax the rich”:
“All I’m doing is standing by the beliefs I started off with, and I’m here. Whether I’m making this money or not, I just feel like it’s not something to be rude about. Because there’s nothing to be rude about. I think when people mean like, ‘Tax the rich,’ I think at the end of the day they do mean, like, billionaires and people who have insane, unfathomable amounts of wealth.” Sanchez said.