Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) on Monday attacked what she known as a double customary that has greeted her election to Congress “with suspicion” of “being a fraud.”

Referring to a Vox article detailing the failed legacy of retiring Home Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis), Ocasio-Cortez wrote on Twitter:

“Double requirements are Paul Ryan being elected at 28 and instantly being given the advantage of his ill-considered insurance policies thought-about genius; and me profitable a main at 28 to instantly be handled with suspicion & scrutinized, all the way down to my clothes, of being a fraud.”

Using a progressive wave, Ocasio-Cortez turned the youngest girl elected to Congress in November after toppling a longtime Democrat within the main. She has since taken on the Trump administration, and the president’s household and associates, in a collection of Twitter confrontations.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is not coming into workplace meekly. (Boston Globe through Getty Photographs)


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