AOC ENDORSES Biden Yet Again

AOC is at it AGAIN

On Monday, Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez unambiguously endorsed President Biden.


Despite worries about his advanced age, the “Squad” member and congresswoman from New York told reporters outside the Capitol that the president had “made clear” he would not step down.


“Over the weekend, I had a conversation with the president. I have had a lot of conversations with him. Ocasio-Cortez told the media, “He made it clear then, and he has made it clear since that he is in this race.” “The matter is closed,” she said further. That was what he’d said again this morning. He has told the people that again. Our choice is Joe Biden. This race is not leaving him. He’s competing in this race, and I back him.”


After his dismal debate performance two weeks ago, the 81-year-old leader’s fellow Democrats are now worried that he might not be able to defeat former President Trump in November.

Reps. Mike Quigley (D-Illinois), Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas), Angie Craig (D-Minn.), Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.), and Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) are among the Democratic lawmakers who have openly called on Biden to resign. Citing Trump’s recent convictions in a New York court, Ocasio-Cortez told the media that defeating him is the most crucial factor to take into account before the general election.


“At this point, I believe it is crucial that we concentrate on what it takes to prevail in November. Considering that Donald Trump, the candidate he is facing, has 34 criminal convictions under his record and has committed 34 felony crimes. Furthermore, not one Republican has requested that Donald Trump not be the nominee.”


The representative was questioned by reporters about her thoughts on her fellow members who believe they “need to see more from the president.” Ocasio-Cortez replied, “That is all up to their own individual determination, but I’m here to make sure we win in November, and that is my focus,” before exiting the room of reporters. For the first full week since the debate, Congress resumed session on Monday night, with Democratic members on Capitol Hill remaining fairly silent.


The majority of those who stopped to talk to the media sided with Biden and vented their frustrations at Trump.