We’re talking about the privileged architect’s daughter from Westchester named Sandy who bummed around as a bartender, like any other obnoxious rich kid from out of town slumming around New York City, before using their connections to land as a job as the internet’s most famous female House Twitter troll.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) slammed the Trump administration’s decision to implement cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), referencing her family’s past reliance on food stamps.
“My family relied on food stamps (EBT) when my dad died at 48. I was a student. If this happened then, we might’ve just starved,” she tweeted Thursday.
I’m sure. Starved to death before freezing and being eaten by wolves. Because Ocasio-Cortez really grew up in the 19th century.
When her father died, she was a sophomore at Boston University. Do many Boston U students starve to death in 2008? At the time, her parents had the home in Westchester, and two Bronx apartments. It might have taken them a while to starve at that rate.