AOC Targets Justices Thomas and Alito in Latest Political Stunt

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the gift that keeps on giving to conservative commentators everywhere, has once again managed to grab the spotlight with her latest stunt. In a move that can only be described as peak AOC, she filed articles of impeachment against Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito. Why, you ask? Well, because they dared to hand down rulings that didn’t align with the leftist agenda, of course.

For Thomas, AOC dredged up the tired allegations of impropriety regarding his friendship with billionaire Harlan Crow. Apparently, Justice Thomas failed to report gifts he received from Crow, including luxurious trips and tuition payments. The filing also accused Thomas of being unduly influenced by Crow in his judicial decisions. It’s a classic case of AOC throwing spaghetti at the wall and seeing what sticks.

As for Alito, AOC’s articles of impeachment centered on his refusal to recuse himself from cases where she believed he had a personal bias. She even stooped so low as to reference the ridiculous UpsideDownFlagGate, where Alito allowed an upside-down American flag to be flown outside his home. AOC, in all her wisdom, interpreted this as support for overturning the 2020 election results, because apparently, hanging a flag the wrong way is now a high crime and misdemeanor.

It’s clear that AOC’s impeachment charade is nothing more than a desperate attempt to regain the spotlight. After all, it must be tough for her to see other members of the Squad hogging all the media attention. But her antics only serve to highlight the absurdity of the far-left fringe of the Democratic Party. As usual, AOC’s theatrics are good for a laugh, but ultimately amount to nothing more than political theater at its most absurd.

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