Socialist Ocasio-Cortez Changes Bio After BUSTED Making Misleading Statements

‘Girl from the Bronx’ Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the socialist who beat high-ranking Democrat Joe Crowley, faces questions over her ‘working class’ background after it’s revealed she grew up in a wealthy suburb north of New York City…

Such a slippery liar. Above is a screenshot of the original biography. Her family moved to Yorktown Heights when she was 2 and her father was an architect and owned his own firm. –WZ

Socialist Ocasio-Cortez Changes Bio After BUSTED Making Misleading Statements

Daily Wire:

Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has changed her biography on her campaign website after she was caught making misleading statements about her past.

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Ocasio-Cortez’s biography originally stated: “She ended up attending public school 40 minutes north in Yorktown, and much of her life was defined by the 40-minute commute between school and her family in the Bronx.”

Following her win as a Democratic Socialist in the New York’s 14th Congressional District primary race against incumbent Democratic Rep. Joseph Crowley, reports surfaced that contradicted those claims. The Daily Mail reported: Though Ocasio-Cortez, 28, was born in and currently lives in the Bronx, county land records show her late father Sergio Cortez-Roman bought a quaint three-bedroom in Yorktown Heights, New York in 1991, when she was about two. More

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