AOC’S BIG OL’ BOMB! New Documentary Featuring AOC Flops at the Box Office
Despite the initial hype surrounding Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s documentary about climаte change, “TO THE END”, it failed to make an impact at the box office this weekend, averaging just $9,667 in 120 theaters. This dismal performance has been dubbed a “box office bomb,” a term used to describe a film that fails to make an impact on its opening weekend.
This is yet another example of AOC’s far-left policies failing to resonate with the American public. Despite the fact that the documentary was advertised heavily, the message of climаte change being pushed by AOC failed to draw in the necessary audience to make a profit. This is a stark contrast to the success of documentaries such as “An Inconvenient Truth”, which grossed over $24 million on its opening weekend.
“I feel like I must have watched a completely different movie than the ones [the critics] watched,” one viewer said. “It was absolutely terrible, and it actually made me dislike Alexandria Cortez after it was all over. I now see the audience score and I would say it is much more accurate compared to the critics.”
While AOC’s documentary may have failed to make an impact at the box office, conservative media outlets continue to find success in their mission to inform and entertain their audiences without brainwashing them with propaganda.
Dan Bongino wrote,
According to “12 years until doomsday” timeline that AOC has provided us for climаte Armageddon back in 2019, we have exactly 2594 days left on Earth (as of writing).
When one is predicting the end of days with such precision, it certainly gives the impression that they’re just making things up…. which is basically what is happening here.
The 12-year timeline is based on an estimate from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climаte Change, which stated that we only have 12 years to contain globаl wаrming to a maximum of a 1.5 degree Celsius rise in global temperature. A 1.5C rise was the target of most of the world’s governments in the Paris Climаte Agreement. According to the UN, meeting their goals would require ending the use of fossil fuels by the year 2030, which the authors estimate would cost the global economy $54 trillion.
In my opinion, this is going to end in one of two ways: we’ll pass that day as just another day, or the left will say that maybe we actually did enough to change the environment and save the world.