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Democrat Rep. AOC made another apparent attempt to push forward her socialist agenda for free college on Tuesday when she showed Congress her remaining student loan debt of over $20K, then made a payment to reduce it to $19K, sarcastically commenting,
“I feel really accomplished right now.”
Take a look at news of AOC’s latest political stunt that hit Twitter:
As you may have guessed, patriots on Twitter delivered in their reply tweets to AOC's stunt!
Some Twitter users questioned what AOC used her expensive degree for:
Others poked holes in the Democrat solution to student debt:
And, others are calling out AOC's obvious stunt as just that - a stunt!
The New York Post has more to say about AOC's stunt in Congress:
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made a student loan payment on Tuesday — and also revealed how much she still owes — while attending a congressional hearing on college debt.
“I literally made a student loan payment while I was sitting here at this chair, and I looked at my balance, and it was $20,237.16,” said the New York lawmaker. “I just made a payment that took me down to $19,000 so I feel really accomplished right now.”
Ocasio-Cortez, a Boston University graduate, was attending a House Financial Services Committee hearing on the estimated $1.5 trillion in student debt in the country. Consumer advocates, experts and public figures testified on different ways to bring the number down.
USA Today also stated:
Ocasio-Cortez opened her remarks by telling the witnesses and audience that she had made a student loan payment while attending the hearing.
"I literally made a student loan payment while I was sitting here at this chair, and I looked at my balance, and it was $20,237.16," she said. "I just made a payment that took me down to $19,000 so I feel really accomplished right now."
She called for action on the nation's student debt.
“I’m hearing people on this committee say it’s not our job," Ocasio-Cortez said, referring to congressional Republicans' testimony during the hearing. "This is our job.”