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‘Bartender is not a qualification’: Hypocritical Republicans crap all over AOC’s former working-class job

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When first daughter Ivanka Trump had a rough go at the G-20 meeting, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) couldn’t help but note she isn’t quite qualified to be handling international diplomacy on behalf of the United States.

In defense of their dear leader’s daughter, President Donald Trump’s supporters lashed out at the Congresswoman, not for a nuanced conversation about diplomacy or international relations, but because AOC once had a working-class job as a bartender. Trump and his supporters have touted themselves as “real working people” fighting to fix “economic anxiety.” Yet, when faced with one of their own, they mocked the elected official for her “class” and work experience.

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Radio host and political analyst Roland Martin explained the classism perfectly.

Others quickly followed:

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Ivanka Trump, who was neither appointed nor elected, was largely ignored by diplomats at the G-20 meeting. It’s unclear if the reason is due to her father or Ivanka herself, but the international community isn’t interested in U.S. leaders as they once were. Ironically, the president campaigned in 2016 on being more respected abroad. He’s now running for reelection with a campaign slogan: “Promises made, promises kept.”

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You can see the classist right-wing attacks on AOC below:

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Trump’s ‘deep state’ conspiracy theories are going down the drain — thanks to his own appointees

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President Donald Trump's insistence that the entire probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election was a setup by nefarious law enforcement agents has been dealt a significant blow in recent days.

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‘You don’t get to dictate terms’: Trump soundly mocked for demanding speedy resolution to impeachment

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President Donald Trump broke with his Republican defenders, who say impeachment is moving too fast, and demanded a quick resolution to the constitutional process.

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InfoWars made up lies about Islamic community to help Alex Jones generate more traffic: former writer

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On Thursday, The New York Times reported that Josh Owens, a former staffer at the fringe conspiracy theory site InfoWars, admitted that his team knowingly promoted fake stories about Islamberg, a rural religious community founded by mostly Black Muslims from New York City on the border between New York and Pennsylvania.

According to Owens, InfoWars initially conducted interviews with people near the community, hoping that they would tell horror stories about a group of militants hellbent on enslaving America under Sharia law. Instead, locals described the people of Islamberg as "kind, generous neighbors." This wasn't a story Alex Jones would have been able to sell to his far-right conspiracy theorist audience — so, Owens said, his team decided to just lie.

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