I don’t want to sleep with AOC, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden or Donald Trump

New York Congressperson Alexandria Ocasio Cortez can’t get enough of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. She harps obsessively on his purported mismanagement of COVID, including his refusal to mandate masks against the will of the people in the state he was elected to govern.

And so it was interesting that AOC was recently photographed in Florida. Did she come to stalk DeSantis? If so, she might have stalked in the wrong place. The photograph of her was taken in a drag bar, which is probably not the type of place DeSantis frequents.

Upon hearing the news, DeSantis good naturedly welcomed AOC to his state. Other Republicans, however, pointed out the contradiction between AOC’s words criticizing DeSantis’ management of COVID in Florida and and her actions in coming to Florida for bar entertainment in close quarters.

AOC tweeted her defense, of sorts: “It’s starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women, & LGBT+ people in general. These people clearly need therapy, won’t do it, and use politics as their outlet instead. It’s really weird.”

Could AOC be projecting a bit? She certainly seems obsessed with DeSantis.

I agree that there’s some weirdness here. But it’s not by Republicans who criticize Democrats like AOC for hypocrisy.

No, the weirdness here is all about AOC. Political commentator Candace Owens observed:  “How bizarre and immature is it for any person who wants to be taken seriously as an adult to look at a fair critique of them as an elected official who has been barking about how Florida is doing everything wrong, about how bad Ron DeSantis is, to see this critique and offer back, ‘Well, you know what, you just want to sleep with me.’ I mean what are we even talking about?” 

Expect AOC’s defense to Owens’ criticism to be another projection of her own feelings. Something along the lines of, “Candace Owens just wants to sleep with me.”

I think the actual probability that Owens wants to sleep with AOC is about the same probability that DeSantis wants to and the same probability that I want to. It’s 0.00%. I mean that mathematically, not approximately. There are no rounding errors in that calculation.

It’s certainly true that I’ve criticized AOC over the years. In fact, I’ve outright mocked her. She’s very mockable.

To be clear, however, I’ve also mocked other Democrats. Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton come to mind. But they don’t come to mind in my dreams. I mock them but don’t dream of sleeping with them. Trust me about this. In fact, I’ve often mocked President-Lite Joe Biden and his criminal son but I don’t want to sleep with them either.

Heck, I’ve occasionally mocked Donald Trump even though I voted for him twice and agreed with nearly all his policies. He himself would probably admit with a laugh that he’s eminently mockable.

But sleep with him? Nah. Have you seen those hands?

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22 thoughts on “I don’t want to sleep with AOC, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden or Donald Trump

  1. Dang AOC forgot to misrepresent “Independents” – bummer cause I would like to sleep with her (to get a selfie not wearing a mask of course).

  2. I guess her gay brother Gabe put her up to this. Then, she must have gotten inebriated and her diarrhea twitter fingers got to work revealing her personal insecurities.
    NOT, that there’s anything wrong with that. No.

  3. My 3rd comment related to this AOC person…I must have a thing going on for her…..
    Alexandria-Nina-Pinta-Santa Maria-Maduro-Castro-Ocasio-Cortez has a few people feeling powerful in a post-Trump-country, but they’ll never have staying power. And they’ll certainly kill the tingle when they actually say and do what they’re thinking, and not just spouting the focus-group-tested tripe.

  4. The only photo you’ve ever posted that’s more horrifying than the one above was that of Rachel Levine . . . whom I sooooooo want to sleep with!

  5. If, by “Republicans want to sleep with me,” she means, “Republicans would like to beat me to death with a baseball bat in my sleep,” she may be on to something. Otherwise, no. Just no.

  6. Glenn:

    Even if Republican & Democrats wanted to sleep with the beautiful AOC, it was the stupidity of her putting that into her obvious hypocrisy, which she could not defend and then she uses an infintile comeback, which is her real problem, which one hopes she is capable of comprehending at some point . . . although such appears, unlikely.

    Pure stupidity and her fellow Democrats know it . . . the squad, maybe not.

    • Forgive me, but I’ve taken a vow to demur whenever someone describes these people as “stupid” or “incompetent,” when what they are is evil — envious, resentful, spiteful, subversive, iconoclastic, and sociopathic. We do not, for example, have an immigration “crisis” — we have a situation deliberately created on Day One and sustained by Biden Air, which covertly flies illegals into the heartland in the dead of night and is utterly heedless of the drugs and diseases they are bringing with them. As for The Squad, are their anti-Israel initiatives “stupid”? Are their anti-police policies misguided benevolence, or “stupidity”? No, they’re malign.

  7. There was a time that Hate Sex with Jennifer Granholm was kind of appealing for some odd reason but now that she’s Energy Secretary that impulse is completely gone……with her sultry looks…..

  8. It looks like the Democrat immature moronic comeback has changed from “you’re a racist” to “you just want to sleep with me.”

  9. No. I do not wish to have relations with you, AOC. I am glad you are IN Congress, because you provide quite a bit of fodder, but I do not wish to have congress WITH you.

  10. Banish the thought of anyone sleeping with AOC!

    The notion of her reproducing and adding more little AOCs into the world would be like unleashing armies of locusts onto the Garden of Paradise.

    When I think of AOC I frequently come back to (again) Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.”

    AOC represents a modern day version of the child Ignorance … and she does spell doom for us an enlightened democratic constitutional Republican society.

    ‘Oh, Man. look here. Look, look, down here.’ exclaimed the Ghost.

    They were a boy and a girl. Yellow, meagre, ragged, scowling,
    wolfish; but prostrate, too, in their humility. Where
    graceful youth should have filled their features out, and
    touched them with its freshest tints, a stale and shrivelled
    hand, like that of age, had pinched, and twisted them, and
    pulled them into shreds. Where angels might have sat
    enthroned, devils lurked, and glared out menacing. No
    change, no degradation, no perversion of humanity, in any
    grade, through all the mysteries of wonderful creation, has
    monsters half so horrible and dread.

    Scrooge started back, appalled. Having them shown to him
    in this way, he tried to say they were fine children, but
    the words choked themselves, rather than be parties to a lie
    of such enormous magnitude.

    ‘Spirit. are they yours.’ Scrooge could say no more.

    ‘They are Man’s,’ said the Spirit, looking down upon
    them. ‘And they cling to me, appealing from their fathers.
    This boy is Ignorance. This girl is Want. Beware them both,
    and all of their degree, but most of all beware this boy,
    for on his brow I see that written which is Doom, unless the
    writing be erased. Deny it.’ cried the Spirit, stretching out
    its hand towards the city. ‘Slander those who tell it ye.
    Admit it for your factious purposes, and make it worse.
    And abide the end.’

    ‘Have they no refuge or resource.’ cried Scrooge.

    ‘Are there no prisons.’ said the Spirit, turning on him
    for the last time with his own words. ‘Are there no workhouses.'”

    – A Christmas Carol, Stave 3: The Second of the Three Spirits

    • Good stuff! Dickens is what we’re sweeping out with the rest of our civilization. And to think of what it took to produce a mind and spirit such as his.

  11. To me she looks like one ‘o them sharp featured hypermasculine hispanic women who’s appearance will go down the toilet in about 5 … 4 … 3 … 2 … 1 minutes

  12. Not if she were the last $20 whore in the bar at closing time, she was offering me a freebie, and I had just gotten out of prison after 20 years of not seeing a real woman the whole time. Just no. No, no, no!!!

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