AOC House Ethics Committee Violation

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez is feeling her oats.

Nobody stepped up to challenge the controversial Democrat in her primary, so she is all but guaranteed to win another two years in office.

Perhaps that is why she did not bother to file her financial disclosures by the August 13 deadline.

No Big Deal

AOC blew off the deadline, noting there is a 30-day grace period before the massive fine of $200 is imposed.

Her office stated, “[T]he Committee provides a 30-day grace period before fines are levied.

“The Congresswoman plans to file before the period expires.”

Or maybe she did not want her finances known before the primary for some reason, especially since she was running unopposed.

AOC has taken considerable heat in the media for being “out of touch” with her constituents, which she says is now a concern, yet she does stuff like this to thumb her nose at the rules.

She is an immature child playing the adult world; it is just a shame that voters in New York cannot see that.

Source: Fox News

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5 Responses

  1. I wonder who and what kind of person would vote for AOC and some of her co crooks.As a matter of fact I even wonder today who and “what” can vote for Democrats.

  2. Don’t blame AOC;s conduct on behaving childish! She is just an ignorant, easily manipulated former barmaid! New York must be half delusional to allow the winning candidate to have such a low intellect and become one of their congressman!! WOW, IS NEW YORK THAT STUPID???

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