Far-left radical socialist and former bartender, Congresswoman Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez, and her white boyfriend, Riley Roberts, instructed viewers on Instagram Live on how to “chip away” at racism as a White person.
Roberts claimed that white people can be racist without actually knowing that they’re racist.
“[White people] don’t want to be racist,” claimed Roberts. “They don’t think that they’re racist, but they also don’t know some of the things that they believe or say are and can be racist.”
Robert also claimed that white people can be tricked into talking about racism by disguising “racist-or-not” conversations as “good-or-bad” conversations.
“I think one of the, like, effective ways is just to talk and kind of help teach them about why some of the things they believe or say or think are wrong, not necessarily racist, but that they are wrong,” proclaimed Roberts the simp. “And that’s sort of, like, chip away and, you know, contribute to some development in this area, but not so you take somebody from, like, being a racist to not being a racist in one conversation.”
AOC stated that these “techniques” will create conversations that don’t trigger “defensiveness.”
“It’s just always being open to learning about racist things that we may have said or gone without judgment and defensiveness,” said AOC.
In another Instagram Livestream, Ocasio-Cortez falsely claimed that technological advancements in the 21st century are not being enjoyed by the everyday working people who help develop them.
During the Livestream, Ocasio-Cortez, who is widely known for being one of the least intelligent members of Congress, confused economist liberal John Maynard Keynes with libertarian economist Milton Friedman.
“I was just reading today about how Milton Keynes, the famous economist back in the day, predicted that by 2030, US GDP would grow six to eight times what it is, which would allow for everyday people to work 15 hours a week,” said the incredibly ignorant AOC. “The thing about that is that Keynes’s predictions weren’t completely wrong. U.S. GDP and technological advancement has grown so much to the fact to the endpoint of productivity per person skyrocketing as well. The problem is that those advancements have not been enjoyed by the very people who are actually producing the goods in our society.”