Well, Alexandra’s own family backed up what kind of a phony she actually is!
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The major lie Alexandra tried to pull out was fully blown, after it was discovered that she not only exploited her aunt’s efforts with the Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria, she also lied stating that her family was blaming President Trump for that!
After Matt Walsh made a GoFunMe account for AOC’s aunt, and she didn’t want to accept the money, the whole thing started to unravel.
According to the Western Journal,
“In early June, Ocasio-Cortez claimed her grandmother was ill and tweeted a photo purporting to show hurricane damage in the woman’s house.
“Just over a week ago, my Abuela fell ill. I went to Puerto Rico to see her- my 1st time in a year+ bc of COVID. This is her home. Hurricane María relief hasn’t arrived. Trump blocked relief $ for PR. People are being forced to flee ancestral homes, & developers are taking them,” she tweeted.
That triggered conservative commentator Matt Walsh to launch a GoFundMe effort to pay for any home repairs and other assistance needed for Ocasio-Cortez’s Abuela. However, the effort ended abruptly after someone from Ocasio-Cortez’s family told GoFundMe that the beneficiary would not be accepting the over $100,000 that was raised.
According to the U.K.’s Daily Mail, the outlet sent a reporter and photographer to visit the woman identified as Ocasio-Cortez’s grandmother, Clotilde Rivera — to check on her house and speak with her.
When Daily Mail staffers reportedly arrived at Rivera’s house in Puerto Rico, the outlet said the journalists were greeted by a woman who refused to give her name but said, “I am her aunt. We don’t speak for the community.”
Unlike Ocasio-Cortez, the woman allegedly said, “We are private people, we don’t talk about our family.”
Fabricating opinions on the burden of your whole family?!