AOC is sabatoging her own party’s presidential front-runners

New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is dragging the GOP and several of the Democratic 2020 presidential candidates when she changed positions on her climate change end of the world position.

According to The Daily Caller, no less than five Democrats running for president have mentioned the “12 years left” idea in their run for the presidency in hopes of gaining the environmental left’s votes.

Democratic darling Ocasio-Cortez has been making waves with her environmental warnings since her surprise win in the 2018 midterm election. Ocasio-Cortez and several other progressive politicians have attempted to impress upon the American people what they believe to be an impending danger in global warming.

In January, Ocasio-Cortez said others, especially young people were concerned that “the world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change.”

“For some reason GOP seems to think this is a gaffe, but it’s actually a generational difference,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted in January.

“Young people understand that climate change is an existential threat: 3,000 Americans died in Hurricane María.”

“The UN says we’ve got 12 years left to fix it,” the New York Representative said

In April, Ocasio-Cortez warned during a live stream that there were only 12 years left to right the ship saying “for everyone who wants to make a joke about that, you may laugh, but your grandkids will not.”

The youngest ever congresswoman, however, seems to have changed her opinion on Sunday when she claimed that the aforementioned 12-year deadline was non-literal and shouldn’t be taken as a hard and fast rule.

Her “world ending” warning was only “dry humor,” and that “you’d have to have the social intelligence of a sea sponge to think it’s literal.”

“This is a technique of the GOP, to take dry humor + sarcasm literally and ‘fact check’ it,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.

“Like the ‘world ending in 12 years’ thing, you’d have to have the social intelligence of a sea sponge to think it’s literal.

“But the GOP is basically Dwight from The Office so who knows.”