Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Got Blindsided By One Revelation That Will Change Everything

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Everyone thought they knew everything there was to know about Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

That is not the case.

And Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez got blindsided by one revelation that will change everything.

As Great American Daily reports:

The pro-union goons on the National Labor Relations Board teamed with union bosses to essentially rig an election to unionize an Amazon warehouse in New York.

Big Labor enacted a massive campaign to unionize Amazon warehouses in order to rip forced union dues out of workers’ paychecks to a great big war chest to elect Democrat candidates and fund left-wing political causes.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tried to celebrate this win by the left.

But Krystal Ball, the co-host of the popular podcast “Breaking Points,” called out Ocasio-Cortez for not lifting a finger to help Big Labor try and destroy another business.

“Here’s the guy who organized the union drive talking about how you left them high and dry. These are your constituents, and you couldn’t be bothered to show up until they’re on the cusp of victory,” Ball posted on social media in response to Ocasio-Cortez.

Ocasio-Cortez tried to claim that the Amazon warehouse Big Labor targeted for destruction was not in her district.

“The warehouse isn’t in my district and maybe you should look at a map before claiming so. One scheduling conflict aside, we have requested oversight investigations into Amazon, met with Amazon workers in the Woodside warehouses, and more. Hope you do more due diligence next time,” Ocasio-Cortez responded.

Left-wing journalist Jordan Chariton called out Ocasio-Cortez for her lies.

Chariton posted on social media that pro-Big Labor workers told him that Ocasio-Cortez refused to show up out of so-called “security concerns” and that Ocasio-Cortez did not even tweet her support for Big Labor.

“I was told by workers that your folks told them at last minute it was a security issue—not a scheduling conflict. Whether ur district or not, you would think a NY Congressman could’ve tweeted support—particularly in final weeks—for one of the most important union drives in U.S.,” Chariton wrote.

Ocasio-Cortez claimed security concerns limited her movement for over a year.

“Security was an issue as well. 2021 included a lot of high level threats on my life, which limited what activities I was able to do, especially those outside. The combination of that + when we are able to get resources/time to secure them creates scheduling + logistical conflicts,” Ocasio-Cortez responded.

Chariton shot back that there was no security threat that could stop Ocasio-Cortez – an active social media user – from tweeting her support for the union goons trying to overrun the Amazon warehouse.

“With respect, there’s no security concerns with sending out support to @amazonlabor trying to win the first unionized Amazon to 13 million followers. Your voice and organizing power makes a difference,” Chariton shot back.

But it was Krystall Ball who got the final word with a brutal zinger noting that Ocasio-Cortez had no problem showing up at the Met Gala last September where she wore a $30,000 dress.

“No security concerns at the met gala,” Ball wrote.