The far left is now going after their own.
The actress Susan Sarandon, known for her progressive activism, actually protested outside the office of Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez this week.
She is apparently angry that Medicare for all hasn’t happened yet.
FOX News reports:
Susan Sarandon protests outside of AOC’s office: ‘We’re losing hope here that you represent us’
Susan Sarandon was seen protesting outside New York Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s office in New York on Monday.
In a video obtained by The Independent, the 74-year-old actress used a megaphone to address the gathering crowd. Sarandon expressed her disappointment in AOC and “the squad.”
“I’m here to say to the squad, and especially AOC, who, you know did make a lot of promises, that we still have faith in you and we would like to see if you have a better plan than we’ve been able to see, please share it,” Sarandon said.
She added, “If there’s a pathway you’ve got that we’re not aware of please share it. Because we’re losing hope here that you represent us.”
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“It’s so difficult for people that are independent to get elected in the first place — and then to see the very people that sponsored the bill not stand up for it, is very disheartening,” the Oscar winner concluded.
The protest was advertised as a Medicare-for-all rally and sought to bring attention to the need for “Biden to declare a pandemic public health emergency and expand Medicare to every American using Section 1881A of the Social Security Act.”
Watch the video below:
. @AOC "If you have a better plan than we have been able to see please share it… Cause we're losing hope that you represent us. " –@SusanSarandon during a protest outside AOC's Office pic.twitter.com/0N3obREtEx
— Status Coup News (@StatusCoup) July 27, 2021
Love to see them eat their own. https://t.co/cw7zU63sv9
— Dbidak1🇺🇸 (@Dbidak1) July 29, 2021
It looks like the left isn’t quite as united as the media would have us think.
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