Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Will Be ‘Campaigning Against’ Democrats In Texas

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has announced that she will go to Texas for a rally to support two Democratic primary candidates next month. She announced on Twitter that “they’re heading in for a massive DOUBLE-RALLY next Saturday, February 12th. It’s going to be something extraordinary,” she continued.

Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) is being challenged in the 28th Congressional District by Greg Casar and Jessica Cisneros. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has backed Henry Cuellar and Gil Cisneros in the 35th Congressional District of Texas. The FBI has not charged anyone with a crime, but both candidates have termed it “alarming.”

In a statement, he added, “He is looking forward to working with her to deliver for TX-35 citizens.” She has previously chastised fellow Democrats for failing to use her and other progressives to boost outreach.

Moreover, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, says she’s “not here to tell others how to win their elections” and has urged fellow Democrats to follow her lead in reaching out to minorities and young voters. She claims that it was evident before the Virginia elections that her assistance and involvement were not sought or requested.

He continues, “It’s terrible to think of the Iraq war as a universal liability rather than something that can be utilized selectively.” She added, “She’s not here to tell anybody how to run their elections, but she thinks it’s awful to see the members here who have some of the closest ties to their political base as just a uniform liability.”

When it came to blaming young voters for their failure in last year’s midterm elections, Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez chastised the party for “self-fulfilling prophecy,” claiming she sent an email to her email list instead. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, beaten by Bernie Sanders in New York and New Jersey, stated, “She believes it’s badly advised.”