AOC Mocks Bowman By Tagging Wrong Account as Squad Faces Another Defeat

Another one bites the dust, folks. On Tuesday night, soon-to-be-ex-Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) lost his primary, sending ripples of despair through the ranks of the notorious Squad. While Bowman bowed out, his pal Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) pranced to another victory in her own race. But AOC never misses an opportunity for a social media gaffe—she posted a tribute to Bowman and tagged the wrong account. Oops.

Instead of tagging Bowman’s official account, she linked to a long-dormant Twitter handle that’s been quiet since 2012. The tagged account, sporting no profile picture and a bio reading “Just Ordinary Girl” and “STORM Cheerleader,” was as out of place at a political rally as AOC’s math degree. Located in Germany, the account is followed by a whopping 64 people. Clearly, AOC knows her colleagues well.

Naturally, the error did not go unnoticed. Within a few hours, the post attracted hordes of replies and quote-tweets, ridiculing both AOC and Bowman. Conservatives and liberals alike took joy in pointing out the embarrassing mistake. It’s almost as if AOC spent her entire day thinking about herself, only half-heartedly paying attention to her fallen comrade.

Unlike AOC, other Squad members tagged the correct Jamaal Bowman account. Reps. Dalia Ramirez (D-IL), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), and Greg Casar (D-TX) all got it right the first time. If AOC is this bad at simple social media tasks, one can only imagine her effectiveness in more complex initiatives.

Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO), another Squad darling, took her sweet time posting about Bowman’s loss but at least managed to tag the correct account. Given the current trend, Bush might follow Bowman’s footsteps out the door when she faces her primary challenge in August. It seems the Squad might be shrinking by the day.

Meanwhile, AOC kept busy on Tuesday, basking in her own glory. After celebrating her victory on social media, she promised to double down on what she called “organizing,” which presumably involves more Twitter blunders and out-of-touch campaigns. One thing is clear—the Democratic party’s so-called progressives are as much fun to watch as they are ineffective.

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