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Tina Forte Looking to Unseat AOC in 2022

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) may have to up her game to keep her seat in congress come 2022. AOC has represented the 14th Congressional District of New York since 2018, has been popular with Democrats and the public who agree with socialism and “equality” for all. But there is a new girl in town, and she has conservative Twitter wanting more.

Tina Forte, originally from the Bronx, just like AOC, has decided she has had enough of seeing a place she calls home destroyed and looks to upset the current Congresswoman in the 2022 election.

Forte is running as Republican and has no problem calling the left side of the aisle “commies.” She has very strong views on how she sees things and is not afraid to say how she feels. As for her opinion on current Congresswoman AOC? Forte says the only thing that makes sense, is AOC was sent to Washington as a “joke.”

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Forte is outspoken on being against hot topic issues, such as Critical Race Theory, Vaccine mandates, and “De-funding” police. However, there are other things very near and dear to her heart, and one of those is our veterans.

Forte is the daughter of a veteran. Her father was awarded a Purple Heart for his service in the Korean War. She was brought up to understand what the sacrifices of the men and women in uniform genuinely mean. Forte calls veterans “…the backbone of our freedom.” She wants to work closely with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and other programs designed for veterans to help make sure they can get back into civilian society once their service is over.

Many right-leaning individuals support Forte and feel she is the best person for the job. Some supporters are ready to replace AOC with anyone that they feel is on their side.

Some critics say Forte is too “brash” to represent them, and feel she is what others think of as a stereotypical New Yorker. Others note that she uses foul language while championing Christianity, and claim she has ties to neo-Nazis.

District 14 will have to decide when they go to vote, keep AOC, try something new with Tina Forte, or denounce both these ladies as their reprensitive.

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