‘Hillfluencer’: AOC Glossy GQ Cover Story Mocked By Conservative Media And Political Commentators

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez departs The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City.
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A glossy GQ cover story featuring Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) was mocked Wednesday by members of the media and political commentators, who labeled her a “hillfluencer,” a wanna be celebrity, and more.

Radio host and political commentator Dana Loesch tweeted in response to one write up about Ocasio-Cortez’s October cover article under a headline that read, “AOC predicts she won’t be president-because Americans ‘hate woman.’” In the GQ piece, AOC said that she used to believe “anybody can grow up to be president” in America, but now feels that “many people in this country hate women” and “women of color,” so it won’t happen.

“We hate tyrants,” Loesch replied. “Big difference.”

Constitutional law attorney, former senior legal advisor and personal counsel to President Donald J. Trump, and a contributor to Newsmax, Jenna Ellis, had a different take for AOC on her claim about why she won’t be president.

“Lol AOC won’t be president because most Americans hate stupidity,” Ellis tweeted.

Conservative political commentator and author Noah Rothman pulled out another portion of the story in which Ocasio-Cortez appeared to bemoan the checks and balances of our government, saying that there are “still plenty of limitations,” even if she were to be president, to get her ambitions through.

“Would love to read an AOC fisking of Federalist 10,” Rothman tweeted.

“I’m glad AOC knows what a woman actually is, but our problem is with her socialist agenda, not her gender,” Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) tweeted.

Some even noticed that the magazine was hiding the replies to their article about the congresswoman.

Reading through the thread from the original GQ article, it was clear some of the comments were labeled “hidden.”

But members of the media weren’t the only ones who called out the congresswoman for her “wokeness,” and wrote that AOC appeared to be more interested in being a star rather than fighting for her constituents.

Related: AOC Dishes On Marrying A White Man, Feeling Hated, And Her Fear She Could Be Killed This Month

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