HAHA! AOC WRECKED Online after Instagram Rant Goes Viral

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AOC’s latest rant on Instagram has conservatives cracking up laughing.

According to Twitchy, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently said that capitalism is to blame for people having fewer kids and that we need more immigration.

We’re not kidding. Here’s what she had to say on Instagram.

Twitter users noted that while AOC was ranting about capitalism, she was ironically using an Apple iPhone and Apple Airpods.

One Twitter user wrote, “I love when @AOC bi* about capitalism while filming on her iPhone and listening with her airpods.”

Another said, “These people are completely, utterly insane. And should be treated as such. The irony of a woman who has never really worked in the private sector, is now a millionaire, and complains about ‘burdens of capitalism’ while wearing $300 airpods and $1000 phone is ‘chef’s kiss’.”

Other Twitter users mocked AOC for her delusional connection between the current child birth rate and the immigration crisis.

One user tweeted, “It would align with a lot of populist beliefs (on left and right) if it were true that the main reason people don’t have kids is economics, but fertility is highest in poorer countries and among poorer people.”

Another said, “People who only get their news from the TVs on gasoline pumps are better informed than AOC.”

And this person tweeted, “Throw the flag for excessive dumbness”

This is not the first time AOC has ranted against capitalism on Instagram.

Back in March, the Daily Caller reported that AOC whispered what she called a “secret” to her Instagram followers, which was that “most people don’t really know what capitalism is.”

The congresswoman was participating in a Q&A session on her Instagram story. The question she was responding to read, “How do you respond when people accuse you of being a ‘socialist’?”

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