NEW YORK – Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) attended the Met Gala event this week. The event is a costume party/fundraiser for rich, liberal freaks and/or Democrats. Money raised benefits the Costume Institute here.
AOC’s dress caused quite a stir. For some reason, the socialist politician wore a white dress with the words ‘Ax the Ich’ in red letters on her backside. Many attendees promoted various woke causes, but it was strange that Cortez chose the event to bring attention to rashes.
“Nobody should have to, like, ich all the time,” she told photographers at the Met Gala For Freaks. The politician declined to say whether she is currently suffering from some form of iching, or why she believes taking an ax to the problem would clear up any rash.
“There’s so much misinformation about rashes out there,” AOC explained. “For instance, I thought Eczema was caused from eating eggs. Not true. Also, you don’t have to be a roofer to catch shingles, did you know that? There’s even a condition called Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, but, like, you can still get it even if your name is not Steven Johnson. It’s frightening!”
Cortez said she’s learned a lot about rashes since becoming a congressperson. “I’m an expert on pretty much everything. By the way, the red letters on my dress tonight symbolizes the redness and suffering caused by rashes. And tomorrow, I’m introducing a formal declaration of war against bedbugs. Also, I’m dandruff intolerant, so you can see why I’m so passionate about this.”
AOC then took her crazy inside to the main event.