Simply because I haven’t posted anything recently from this ‘ deer-in-the-headlights ‘ , complete twit , I found a good one ( pic in particular ! ) over at Patriot’s …
Yesterday , it was reported that little Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has decided to dial back her use of social media.
Her reason ?
Well , according to her , social media poses a public health risk.
“ There are amplified impacts for young people ” she explained , “ particularly children under the age of three , with screen time.”
Now it’s all making sense. In fact , it explains a lot.
It explains why that moronic Green New Deal FAQ sheet looked like it was written by a child.
It explains why the thin-skinned Alexandria erupts into fits of rage at the slightest thing. After all , a lack of impulse control is pretty common among children – particularly children under the age of three.
It explains why little Alexandria believes in fictitious monsters who lurk under her bed waiting to pounce on her every word.
And it certainly explains why little Alexandria is more invested in feelings rather than facts.
Personally , I think all children , particularly children under the age of three , should stay off of Twitter and Instagram.
Who knows what they’ll say or do ? I mean , they might film themselves drinking wine and babbling incoherently with their mouths full of snacks.
So I think it’s a good thing little Alexandria wants to take a break from social media. Her absence just might minimize its public health risks.
But something tells me she won’t follow through with it.
Children , particularly children under the age of three , aren’t known for their follow-through.
I give it a day before little Alexandria is back on social media scouring the news for any mention of her name.
She can’t help herself. Especially when you consider that her snotty , petulant Twitter “ clap-backs ” and tantrums are the way she satisfies her incessant demand for attention.
And if there’s one thing children , particularly children under the age of three, are known for , it’s their insatiable need for attention.