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The conservative media just can't seem to accept the fact that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez swept the Democratic party's primary election in what is considered the biggest upset victory in the 2018 midterm election primaries.

Since then, the freshman Representative for New York's 14th congressional district has been the target of numerous railing ever since the Democratic Socialist became a member of Congress.

After Fox News ripped AOC for not being able to afford an apartment in Washington, D.C., the conservative news channel laid into her again after she made a comment about economic instability and healthcare concerns.

During an event on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in New York City, the Congresswoman said she believed it was "immoral that billionaires co-exist when there are parts of Alabama where people are still getting ringworm because they don't have access to public health..."

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is unstoppable. Even fake news of her death can't slow her down, as her presence in Tinseltown reinforces her vitality with films like her documentary RBG and the biopic On the Basis of Sex.

Now the 85-year-old is holding court as a Lego. Yes, you read that right!

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Amidst the national crisis affecting 800,000 federal employees struggling without paychecks during the government shutdown, Donald Trump continued touting his border wall with a blatant lie.

On January 19, 2019, in front of the White House, Trump defended his half-baked wall at the U.S./Mexico border to justify the continued shutdown.

Trump cited the effectiveness of a wall protecting San Antonio, Texas, to prove his point that walls work.

His comment left thousands of people confused because there is no wall in San Antonio, Texas.

The city is also located 150 miles north of the Mexican border, and there would be no need for protecting the city that had been removed from the Mexican border since Texas gained independence from Mexico on April 21,1836.

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