Queen AOC Says She Doesn’t Think Billionaires Should Be Allowed To Exist (VIDEO)

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seems to think she is allowed to decide how much money people are allowed to make.

During a recent appearance on The View, she said that billionaires should not be allowed to exist.

Aren’t we lucky as a nation to have her around to make such important decisions for us?

Townhall reports:

AOC: Billionaires Should Not Exist Because They Get Rich By Underpaying Their Employees

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) stated during her Wednesday interview on “The View” the billionaires behind companies like Walmart and Amazon should not exist because they underpay their employees.

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Co-host Meghan McCain asked Ocasio-Cortez how she felt about the presence of billionaires Tom Steyer and Michael Bloomberg in the Democratic race for president. Both Steyer and Bloomberg have spent vast amounts of personal wealth on their campaigns, with Bloomberg topping the spending chart.

“And here’s the thing is that If the amount of money that you have can force the DNC to change their rules but the DNC would not change their rules for Cory Booker, Julian Castro, Kamala Harris, that is — that is an actualization of power,” Ocasio-Cortez said.

“And we all know how I feel about billionaires. I don’t think that in a place where 60 percent of Americans can’t even, you know, make more than $40,000 a year that the presence of a billionaire who largely makes their money off of businesses underpaying their workers like Walmart, like Amazon, like so on, should exist,” she continued.

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She elaborated on this on Twitter:

She is every bit the authoritarian she accuses others of being.


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