Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Responds to Criticism of Her Posh Photo Shoot Outfit: ‘Get Used to Me Slaying Lewks’
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is not letting the criticism of her photo shoot look go unnoticed.
Talk of her too posh clothes has sparked a lot of talk in conservative circles lately.
During a segment on Fox and Friends on Saturday, the hosts joined in the slamming of the congressional candidate for wearing an expensive outfit during a photo shoot.
“And then there is this. The rising star of the Democratic Party has expensive tastes for a socialist,” guest host Katie Pavlich said.
She continued on: “For a photo shoot for Interview Magazine. Her pant suit — appropriate — retailing more than $2,800 alone. And the shoes $600 bucks.”
Pete Hegseth then chimed in, “It’s tough being a socialist. It really is.”
Pavlich, though, wasn’t done. “I mean I want a pair of $600 shoes. I think she should redistribute…hypocrisy at its best.”
And the team at Fox and Friends was not the only ones bashing Ocasio-Cortez for the clothes she wore for the photo shoot.
On Friday, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk also called out the New York congressional candidate.
“Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who pretends to be a champion of the people & believes the unemployment went down because were taking two jobs, just posed in a photoshoot with a $3,500 outfit, $625 shoes all while saying the rich have too much power and that socialism hasn’t been tried,” he wrote.
Responding to that tweet, Ocasio-Cortez suggested the alt-right just doesn’t know how photo shoots work.
She then added: “Get used to me slaying lewks because I am an excellent thrift shopper.”
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