AOC Gets Embarrassed on National Stage!

Get ready, America, because Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is about to give you another Oscar-worthy act.

There is something fairly intriguing that you ought to check out if you do not now have your hands full with some reasonably significant task.

“To The End” is the title of an AOC’s new film, which can be seen in theaters all across the icy plain at the moment. She delivers the two-minute trailer for her gloom-and-doom documentary, which she also stars in, and the trailer itself is a hit.


The hurried twangs of a guitar are heard at the beginning of the trailer, almost like the pulse of a beating heart.

AOC starts by informing us that having faith to fight for political change is necessary. It then swiftly transitions into vignettes and snippets of people carrying placards and chanting (a significant amount of shouting).

It sounds like gospel music that was popular during the civil rights struggle, and it’s being played in the movie’s background.

A young woman informs a reporter from MTV that they are recruiting young people to form an army to put an end to the climate issue and generate employment suitable for their generation.

It’s a line that she’s probably delivered countless times without receiving any criticism at all.

Washington, DC/USA- May 13, 2019: Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez speak about the importance of a Green New Deal at a town hall organized by the Sunrise Movement.

It also lacks substance. She and her army of cohorts are not going to be able to halt the progression of climate change, nor are they going to be able to provide millions of excellent employment opportunities.

It then shifts to other folks who are carrying placards. Also, additional photos of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appearing “clever” while wearing her huge spectacles and making ridiculous proclamations, such as “some of us literally have to live in the real world that you all are burning on fire.”

In the documentary, climate activists like Rhiana Gunn-Wright are shown making sweeping and ridiculous proclamations, such as saying “as long as you can harm people without repercussion, there’s always going to be a loophole which the fossil fuel business can exploit.”

Americans Don’t Care

Gunn-Wright is a leader in research that focuses on how climate policy, government investment, public power, and racial justice connect with one another.

She is driving a car at the same time as her voice is playing the above. The inside of the automobile that Ms. Gunn-Wright is sitting in contains a significant amount of polymers made from fossil fuels.

The trailer continues with more shouting, placards, and ridiculous claims; then, it turns to some more footage of AOC fussing and making ridiculous statements.

The documentary “To The End” received rave reviews from the media. Even the few evaluations deemed “poor” expressed regret that they disliked the film.

83 percent of the reviewers had favorable things to say about it, such as “To the End is destined to motivate more Americans to take action.” It’s nearly laughable.

On average, “To the End” brought about $80 from each showing it had.

AOC has her supporters, but it would appear that all of them are familiar with her behavior, and the rest of the country is not interested.

Even if she did have a valid argument, the release of a film at the beginning of a frigid winter while you say the world is burning up seems, well, like a poor choice of timing.

This article appeared in The Political Globe and has been published here with permission.