Wall Street Journal editorialist Peggy Noonan wrote a column on Thursday that examined the influence and efforts of Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in shaping the Democratic Party – and calling the moderates – in a "totally safe district" ".
Noonan wrote that Ocasio-Cortez and the other members of "The Squad" had all demonstrated their ability to use social media and that they "had completely broken through and left their mark". But not without a price paid by other members of their party who do not have the benefit of coming from a district that offers "job security that no moderate Democrat can not feel.
"Nancy Pelosi said that a glass of water could be elected in her district if it was a democrat, and it is true," she said. she writes.
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Ocasio-Cortez recently rose against Democrats like Joe Biden and Pelosi.
This week, she called Pelosi "disrespectful" for having reprimanded her and three other congressional women in the first year after spreading Democratic quarrels on social media.
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Noonan wrote that the influence of Ocasio-Cortez would be tantamount to biting Democrats in the future. "For all these reasons, Ms. Ocasio-Cortez has undermined the chances of her party in 2020. It is composed of a committee composed of a single woman and responsible for the re-election of the president," he said. she concluded.
"The way I read it now, Ms. Ocasio-Cortez was soaked by a professional and trained by Big Mama," wrote Noonan. "If she were able to observe, reflect and absorb, as opposed to aggression, reaction and accusation, she could learn something."