Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed her extreme lack of knowledge about the basic roles of the three branches of the federal government during a speech on Monday, suggesting that after she is "inaugurated" into office that she will begin signing bills into law.
"After being spurned over, and over, and over again, short-changed on healthcare, short-changed on criminal justice, short-changed on education, there’s a lot of folks who don’t want to believe anymore," Ocasio-Cortez said. "And that’s why what we have accomplished is such an immense responsibility. It is a responsibility."
"It doesn’t mean you get everything tomorrow," Ocasio-Cortez rambled. "As much as I would love that. I would love to get inaugurated January 3rd [and on] January 4th we're signing healthcare, we're signing this..."
Ocasio-Cortez seemed to be completely unaware of the fact that members of Congress are sworn into office, not inaugurated like the President of the United States.
Ocasio-Cortez also showed that she does not understand that Congress does not sign bills into law, which is the president's job.