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AOC Says Her Luxury Apartment Is ‘Basic Right’ for Everyone, Claims It’s the Same as Public Housing

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez keeps proving that there is no limit of “free” stuff she doesn’t want the government to give away, and ther...

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez keeps proving that there is no limit of “free” stuff she doesn’t want the government to give away, and there is no thing that she isn’t willing to say is a “right” in the Constitution.
At a recent town hall in The Bronx in her home state of New York, AOC peddled the absurdly disingenuous lie that there is a conspiracy to conflate luxury items with those that are basic rights.
Having just toured a public housing complex for senior citizens, she told the audience that units in the building “look just like my luxury apartment.” But then AOC said, “What we have been taught and what we have been conditioned is that basic rights are a luxury and a privilege when they are not.”
Wait, what?
Is AOC saying that housing should be a Constitutionally protected, government-subsidized right? Why yes, she is.
Is AOC saying that this made-up right should guarantee “all people have the right to a dignified home?” Yes, she is.
But to those in the crowd who might have actually read the Constitution, she assured them with “What we have been taught that [sic] is a luxury should not be a luxury.”
“Another world is possible,” the hopeful, dreaming, foolish AOC said.

Yep. Another world is possible. I remember it.
It was a world where politicians understood policies and actually learned history. It was a world where discussions centered around ideas and not name calling. It was a world where hopes were based on individual achievement and not on government entitlements. It was a world where compassion for the needy was a duty of the faithful, not behavior forced by duress with the power of prison under the power of the state.
It was a beautiful world. I want it back.
But while AOC talks as if she’s a common girl of the village speaking to the masses from the goodness of her heart, she didn’t actually tell her audience the whole truth.
And what did your mother say about not telling the whole truth?
Although she expressly told the town hall audience that the public housing units “look just like my luxury apartment,” AOC wasn’t really forthcoming about the amenities of her living arrangements.
She told the crowd that both her luxury apartment and the public housing unit had clean air. She didn’t mention her apartment has an indoor lap pool and a rooftop pool.
She told the crowd both her luxury apartment and the public housing unit had clean water. She didn’t mention her apartment has a dog wash station and a rooftop dog park.
She told the crowd both her luxury apartment and the public housing unit are efficient clean buildings. She didn’t mention her apartment contained, as The Washington Free Beacon reported, “numerous gyms including a Peloton cycling studio and a yoga studio, a demonstration kitchen with a wood-fired pizza oven, private massage rooms with hydromassage beds, a golf simulator studio, a basketball court, a racquetball court, and a rooftop tennis court with a ‘parabolic hitting wall’ in case you’re alone with nobody to play with.”
I did a quick search of Constitution for the word “hydromassage” and came up with nothing.
Yes, another world is possible. And I hope it comes quickly.


  1. Well you can't top that. AOC for POTUS 2020.

  2. Talk about mentally ill politicians ..........

  3. It would be funny while it lasted.

  4. She's right about one thing: both public housing and her luxurious digs are paid for by taxpayer-funded welfare. Ironically, our "public servants" are the biggest welfare leeches of all. If we want to end welfare abuse, stop paying congressmen and see how many noble souls line up to volunteer.

  5. Housing, food, medical care , education, telephones, Ipads, computers, cars, toll passes, you can see this list never ends, are not rights, someone take this fool to the woodshed and educate her.

  6. NOTHING can be a "right" that someone else has to PAY for.

    Take a look at the Bill of Rights; Freedom of Speech; Shall not be infringed: No soldier shall ...

    All these are rights that cost no one anything to provide to everyone. All they do is PROHIBIT the State from sticking its big nose in our private business.

    This is why "health care" can NEVER be a "right".

  7. Good point. I have heard it said that a right is not something that anyone gives to you, but is rather something that no one can take from you.

  8. well, she is a welfare recipient, she isn't remotely qualified for the position she has, and she gets paid for being a barely sentient warm body on a sunny day. She's got the mentality of a long forgotten dead house plant that someone failed to water.