Joe Lieberman, 76, Says AOC, 29, Isn't The Future

Cheryl Sanders
January 12, 2019

Lawmakers have been quietly criticizing the NY newcomer and are hoping to rein in her criticism of those in her own party, Politico reported, citing almost 20 lawmakers and aides.

Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, who is extremely active on social media, has yet to respond to the embarrassing report.

"I'm sure Ms. Cortez means well, but there's nearly an outstanding rule: Don't attack your own people", Representative Emmanuel Cleaver (D., Mo.) told Politico. "She's controversial", Lieberman continued. 'Honestly, if the Democrats had 3 more of her, Americans would run away so fast that we'd have a power monopoly until she's Lieberman's age'.

"I can not tell you the amount of dysfunction that this president is advancing", she said on MSNCB following the address, as reported by The Daily Wire.

"There's a difference between being an activist and a lawmaker in Congress", the source said. "The rents are very high and now the minimum wage is going up and we have a huge number of employees", Charles Milite told the New York Post last month.

The Politico report characterized Ocasio-Cortez's chance of the committee appointment as "strong" and said other more senior legislators have sought to ingratiate themselves with the youngest woman ever to serve in Congress.

Joe Lieberman once hoped to represent the future of the Democratic Party. "The honeymoon between the voters that you represent and yourself could be a short one". "She doesn't understand how the place works yet".

"Just as congressional Republicans constantly withhold criticism of the president out of fear he'll unleash a tweet at them, some Democrats have done the same with Ocasio-Cortez", Politico reported. She said during her successful campaign in 2018, in which she refused corporate donors and upset entrenched incumbent Democrat Joe Crowley, that she was hoping for an assignment that would allow her to take on big finance.

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