Vicious Billionaires

The glorious “Barmaid” and erudite “socialist” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, aka “Bug-eyed Evita” recently, and repeatedly, “demonized” successful business owners in an interview literally arguing that business owners were “lazy slave owners” who profit off the backs of minorities who are “dying” because the business owners are successful.

“Bug-eyed Evita” made the extreme remarks when she was asked why successful business owners were “the enemy of health care.”

Parroting Barack Obama’s line she said “Well, you didn’t make those widgets, did you? Because you employed thousands of people and paid them less than a living wage to make those widgets for you. You didn’t make those widgets.”

“You sat on a couch while thousands of people were paid modern day slave wages, and in some cases real slave, real modern-day slavery, uh, depending on where you are in terms of food production,” Ocasio-Cortez claimed. “You made that money off the backs of undocumented people. You made that money off the backs of black and brown people being paid under a living wage.”

“You made that money off the backs of single mothers and all these people who are literally dying because they can’t afford to live and so no one ever makes a billion dollars. You take a billion dollars and all of that to say, is that it’s, and I’m not here to villainize and to say that billionaires are inherently morally corrupt, but they are, I mean, I think there is a case, but um, but, it’s not to say that, it’s to say that this system that we live in, life in capitalism, always ends in billionaires. If you don’t do it, someone else will. It’s who decides to make that choice is just kind of up to, you know, circumstance,” Ocasio-Cortez added.

“AOC on why successful businessmen don’t deserve their wealth: You didn’t make those widgets! You sat on a couch while thousands of people were paid modern day slave wages, and in some cases real modern-day slavery; you made that money off the backs of undocumented people. — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 20, 2020

“Bug-eyed Evita” has a history of making “wild and largely unsubstantiated claims” claiming last year that being a billionaire is “immoral” and suggested that the “world was going to end in 12 years” if her radical socialist agenda was not adopted.

“.@AOC on Millennial’s and social media: We’re, like, the world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change. — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 22, 2019

“I think the part of it that is generational is that Millennial’s and people, in Gen Z, and all these folks that come after us are looking up and we’re like, the world is gonna end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change. And your biggest issue, your biggest issue is how are going to pay for it? — and like this is the war, this is our World War III” Ocasio-Cortez said without evidence.

“Bug-eyed Evita” also said that government should “dictate” how well people are able to live by “limiting” the success of those who are “hard working and successful.” She assured the interviewer that her statements were a sincere warning to the people and not at all intended as any kind of threat to billionaires as she humbly explained “I don’t want your money as much as I want your power.”

“Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY): Government should determine how well people live. Wants moral technology. People striving to be highly successful is bad. A world that allows billionaires is immoral.” — Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 22, 2019

“Do we live in a moral world that allows for billionaires?” leftist Ta-Nehisi Coates asked. “Is that a moral outcome in and of itself?” “No, it’s not,” Ocasio-Cortez responded. “It’s not.”

At another time “Bug-eyed Evita” revealed:

“Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) suggests that the U.S. needs to pay reparations like Germany did after the Holocaust if it wants to heal. Until America tells the truth about itself, we are not going to heal.” — Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 22, 2019

While her revelation was meant to be a dire warning that life in capitalism always ends in billionaires,” others fascists inexplicably took it as advice on how to become one.

For example, Coughlin Berry, after streaming the “Bug-eyed Evita’s” interview, ran out to IKEA to finally buy the faux-leather couch he always wanted. Berry stated he really could not afford the couch but since it would make him a billionaire, he looked at the purchase as an investment. However, Berry’s first attempt to take a billion dollars had not concluded as he had hoped.

Berry had lured some “black and brown people, some undocumented, and some single mothers” to his apartment under the pretext of “watching some television” but instead of taking any money from them, they drank all of his “orange soda and wouldn’t even chip in for the pizza and chicken wings” they badgered him into ordering.

Another fascist who “misconstrue” her dire warning was Devlin Hunter. Hunter was more “frugal” and instead of purchasing a new couch, he simply borrowed one from his mother’s basement. However, since Hunter’s mother would not allow him to invite any “black or brown people, any undocumented, or any single mothers” to the house, Hunter planned to do the next best thing and take the couch to them.

Thus, Hunter, took the couch to the corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. and 5th Street in his hometown, where he was certain he would encounter many “black and brown people, many undocumented and many single mothers.” However, like Berry, Hunter’s first attempt at taking a billion dollars was also unsuccessful. While Hunter was using the “bathroom” facilities at the Burger King down the street, someone “stole” his couch.

A different reaction was offered by Raheem Santiago who said “My whole house is filled with black and brown people, and single mothers. We always sittin’ on the couch. How come we ain’t billionaires?” 

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has lashed out at Republicans because the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill does not include direct payments to taxpayers without a Social Security number, including people living in the U.S. illegally. 

AOC’s dire warning about billionaires
AOC to Billionaires: “You Sat on a Couch while Thousands of People were Paid Modern Day Slave Wages”
AOC Demonizes Business Owners: They’re Lazy Slave Owners, Employees ‘Literally Dying’

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