Good News! AOC Could Be Losing Her Seat In House

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The Freshman House Democrats have been a thorn in America’s side for some time now. It seems that every couple of months they come up with a new way to show they are anti-American. Omar with her marginalizing of the 9/11 attacks and AOC claiming that only white people are responsible for global warming. They even turn on themselves by going after Pelosi by saying she was attacking women of color by singling them out for not voting along party lines.

But there is hope.

It appears we are in for some good news, as New York is thinking about redrawing districts that could cut AOC out of the equation entirely. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez might have thought she had a long and prosperous career in Congress, however, if the Democrats in New York’s state legislature have their way, the freshman member could be out of a job as soon as 2022.

According to pollster Frank Luntz, New York is very likely to lose a seat in Congress after the upcoming 2020 census and Democrats in the state will then have to redraw the state’s congressional districts as a result. Although there are many possible options for the cut, New York Dems are leaning toward AOC’s Bronx district for elimination since she has been out of sync with state-level Democrats who control the process.

Luntz wrote on Twitter, “New York is expected to lose a House seat after the 2020 Census, and state Democrats are looking to draw out AOC’s district.” Included was a link to an article from a local New York City magazine, The City. The article suggests Ocasio-Cortez is doubling down on her efforts to encourage her constituents to fill out the 2020 census so that she may remain in office.

Here is the problem with that. Many of Ocasio-Cortez’s constituents happen to be undocumented, “non-citizens,” as the city puts it.

We may have to deal with her just a little while longer, but there is a silver lining and we will rejoice when she loses her spot in the House.

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