AOC May Have Just Met Her Match in 2022 Election
How on earth Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has survived this long in Congress is mind-blowing.
I honestly didn’t think that she would survive the last election given how little support she actually had. I guess I really underestimated just how terrible and far-left the radical Democrats in New York really are.
I guess the thing is that there really haven’t been any candidates that stood out enough to overtake her in the elections…until now.
The person I’m talking about is a man by the name of Desi Cuellar. Like AOC, he is hispanic and he is also a former bartender. So based on those two things alone is just as qualified as AOC to become a Representative as she was back in 2018.
However, unlike Ocasio-Cortez, who by all accounts has enjoyed a remarkably comfortable, well-funded life for someone who so frequently touts her working-class street cred, Cuellar has also been homeless.
And, as he stated in a hard-hitting campaign ad that was released earlier this month, the real difference between himself and AOC is that he’s never seen himself as a victim. He has been able to work hard and make something of himself, thanks to the tremendous opportunities provided to him by the country he loves and is proud to call home.
He tells the story of working several jobs, including tending bar, to make ends meet.
“But I never thought of myself as a victim, or blamed systemic racism for my problems,” he explains in the ad. “I worked hard, and I never gave up.”
My family fled Cuba to escape socialism.
I was born & raised in Queens.
As a New Yorker, I'm sick and tired of seeing AOC use our city as a launching pad for her socialist agenda.
I'm running for Congress in NY-14 to stop her.
— Desi Cuellar for Congress (NY-14) (@DesiJCuellar) September 29, 2021
I sure hope that this man beats AOC. He seems like the everyday American and isn’t brainwashed with the garbage that she spews out on a daily basis.
I’m hopeful that Republicans can take back the Senate and the House in 2022, but I don’t think it will happen without honest elections.