Ocasio-Cortez is asked for her ‘plan’ for Congress – her answer is a word salad mess

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appeared on MSNBC in the wake of the stunning news about Brett Kavanaugh heading towards confirmation, and gave a jumbled bizarre word salad of an answer for an important question.

“Really thinking about that word, organizing…”

Ocasio-Cortez spoke to Chris L. Hayes on his show about the aftermath of Kavanaugh’s impending confirmation to the Supreme Court.

“You’re going [to Congress] at a time when people talk about how its broken,” said Hayes, “and its so polarized, both of which I think are true, and you’re also coming really as an outsider at a moment where I think people like are watching what happened today, and they want to storm the gates, and you’re gonna actually do that.”

“So what’s your plan here?” he asked.

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“Well I think a lot of it has to do with changing our strategy around governance,” Ocasio-Cortez responded.

“You know there’s a lot inside baseball,” she tried to explain, “and inside the beltway, you always hear that term thrown around, but there are very few organizers in Congress and I do think that organizers operate differently, it’s a different kind of strategy.

“And what it is really about organizing, and and really thinking about that word, organizing,” she repeated, “segmenting people, being strategic in their actions.”

“In really bringing together a cohesive strategy of putting pressure on the chamber instead of only focusing on the pressures inside the chamber,” she concluded vaguely.

“That’s really an interesting thought,” responded Hayes.

Here’s the video of Ocasio-Cortez repeating the word “organizing” a lot:

Ocasio-Cortez was mocked by many of her critics on the right recently for making comments about her being “inaugurated” into Congress, but it appeared that she was joking when she made the statement.

The Democratic Socialist will almost certainly win her election and end up in Congress, since, as Hayes noted, the district she’s running for is very heavily democratic.