Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Was Told To Write 'Intelligibly' After She Quoted Cardi B On Twitter

She can quote Belcalis if she wants to.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ; Cardi B
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| November 26 2018,

8:44 pm

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez continued making moves on social media Tuesday, and conservatives continued to criticize her posts.

Fresh off her Congressional orientation, Ocasio-Cortez took to Twitter to express how much her life has changed. The newly elected representative of New York's 14th District did so by tweeting lyrics from Cardi B's "Best Life," featuring Chance the Rapper, according to Yahoo.

 



As the 29-year-old won her election with a grassroots campaign, it isn't surprising she would post super relatable tweets, but her critics weren't feeling it.

"You have a civic duty to write intelligibly," wrote one tweeter, before suggesting she hire an "assistent" [sic] to proofread her tweets.




Ocasio-Cortez's supporters loved the realness, though.




In addition to rolling out Cardi, the young congresswoman used social media to publicly support Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) in her bid to become speaker of the House.



Ocasio-Cortez explained her position on the matter by writing, "So long as Leader Pelosi remains the most progressive candidate for speaker, she can count on my support."



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