Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y). He lectured on a reporter this week and hinted that he was badist about a story he did not write, but simply shared.
On Thursday, Andrew Kaczynski of CNN shared a Washington Post story that detailed Sen. The legal work of Elizabeth Warren while teaching in the Ivy League schools. According to the report, Warren charged customers up to $ 675 per hour.
In his tweet, Kaczynski only summed up the main thesis of the story, but offered no further comments or badysis.
However, that did not stop Ocasio-Cortez, and thousands of others, from criticizing Kaczynski for criticizing Warren or actually writing the story himself.
"LATEST NEWS: Lady Had A Job, I was paid more than me," Ocasio-Cortez wrote.
"Good job, now the number of presidential candidates from Wall Street, Big Pharma and Fossil Fuel accepted their careers and how much they are now taking," he added, implying that Kaczynski's tweet was somehow badist.
What is the problem with the criticism of AOC?
If Alex Griswold of the Washington Free Beacon quickly pointed out, Ocasio-Cortez's criticisms of Kaczynski are unfounded because the CNN journalist did not write Warren's story.
In fact, two women, both Washington Post reporters, wrote the story: Annie Linskey and Elise Viebeck.