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AOC calls out Trump on his 'broken economy'


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AOC is fighting for all of us whether you realize it or not.

 

 

drvoke,

 

Our economy is broken.

According to a new study, 44% of US workers are employed in low-wage jobs, living on a median $18,000 annual salary.

The fruits of a prosperous economy aren’t going to the working-class. The vast majority of new wealth is going right back to the billionaire class, leaving the rest of us to fight over the scraps.

This is why we’re building a grassroots, working-class movement for change. Will you donate to help us pass policies that will help the middle class, not the top 1%?

There’s no doubt that Donald Trump will tout the low unemployment rate as a reason why “the economy is strong.” But those numbers don’t tell the full story.

Is the economy really “good” if people can’t afford to feed their families? If people are being forced from their neighborhoods because their rent is increasing at an unsustainable rate? If they have zero dollars in savings because their student loan interest payments are crippling? If they’re hit with a $100,000 hospital bill because they can’t afford health insurance?

No. It’s not good. It’s an economy that works for Donald Trump, but not the rest of us. Help us fight for economic justice by donating $5 today.

 

In solidarity,

Alexandria

 

 

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50 minutes ago, lewstherin said:

AOC is kind of like that crackwhore prostitute that claims her pimp is doing an awesome job because he gave her a 20 piece

after blacking her eye and robbing her purse.

 

She is fighting for you and you insult her. How does that make you feel?

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12 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

 

Image result for aoc a just society"

 

 

AOC is fighting for all of us whether you realize it or not.

 

 

drvoke,

 

Our economy is broken.

According to a new study, 44% of US workers are employed in low-wage jobs, living on a median $18,000 annual salary.

The fruits of a prosperous economy aren’t going to the working-class. The vast majority of new wealth is going right back to the billionaire class, leaving the rest of us to fight over the scraps.

This is why we’re building a grassroots, working-class movement for change. Will you donate to help us pass policies that will help the middle class, not the top 1%?

There’s no doubt that Donald Trump will tout the low unemployment rate as a reason why “the economy is strong.” But those numbers don’t tell the full story.

Is the economy really “good” if people can’t afford to feed their families? If people are being forced from their neighborhoods because their rent is increasing at an unsustainable rate? If they have zero dollars in savings because their student loan interest payments are crippling? If they’re hit with a $100,000 hospital bill because they can’t afford health insurance?

No. It’s not good. It’s an economy that works for Donald Trump, but not the rest of us. Help us fight for economic justice by donating $5 today.

 

In solidarity,

Alexandria

 

 

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez graduated cum laude from Boston University College of Arts and Sciences with a BA in 2011, majoring in international relations and economics.

 

Just gotta love that AOC ....... among the all American women.

 

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13 hours ago, drvoke said:

Our economy is broken.

According to a new study, 44% of US workers are employed in low-wage jobs, living on a median $18,000 annual salary.

The fruits of a prosperous economy aren’t going to the working-class. The vast majority of new wealth is going right back to the billionaire class, leaving the rest of us to fight over the scraps.

This is why we’re building a grassroots, working-class movement for change. Will you donate to help us pass policies that will help the middle class, not the top 1%?

There’s no doubt that Donald Trump will tout the low unemployment rate as a reason why “the economy is strong.” But those numbers don’t tell the full story.

Is the economy really “good” if people can’t afford to feed their families? If people are being forced from their neighborhoods because their rent is increasing at an unsustainable rate? If they have zero dollars in savings because their student loan interest payments are crippling? If they’re hit with a $100,000 hospital bill because they can’t afford health insurance?

No. It’s not good. It’s an economy that works for Donald Trump, but not the rest of us. Help us fight for economic justice by donating $5 today.

 

In solidarity,

Alexandria

 

No one is responsible for low wage, uneducated people in this country, but those people themselves. 

The economy is BOOMING and liberals trying to spin it into the ground, is just laughed at by the rest of America. 

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