Science Fair Award Winner AOC Doesn't Seem to Know What 'Literally' Means and It's Literally Hilarious

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Add the definition of the word “literally” to the growing list of pressing issues that we must address in the midst of all the other craziness going on in the world.

Why? Because it has taken quite the beating lately from Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media.

Earlier this week, I wrote about how CNN’s vice president of communications and digital partnerships Matt Dornic tried to white knight for “journalist” Jim Acosta over criticism he received on his latest attention-grabbing stunt during a Trump press conference in India.

In particular, Dornic was upset that Fox News’ Chris Wallace said he was “horrified” by Acosta’s actions. Dornic petulantly responded by asserting that Wallace “literally works for state TV” which, of course is literally not true.

Almost literally a day later, Squad leader Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) erupted in outrage after President Trump named Vice President Pence to oversee the White House’s coronavirus response messaging. Pence, AOC tweeted, “literally does not believe in science”:

This prompted calls from others for a “robust” discussion as to what the words “literally” and “science” actually mean:

But y’all, she’s an expert on this type of stuff because, like, she literally won a science award – in high school.

Never change, AOC. Never change.

Sister Toldjah
North Carolina-based Sister Toldjah, a former liberal, has been writing about media bias, social issues, and the culture wars since 2003. Follow her on Parler here.
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