Cher supports Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after a video of the young politician dancing went viral
Legendary singer and actress Cher has recently praised newly sworn-in Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her dance moves.
The reason behind the recognition was a video of the 29-year-old dancing in college, which ended up online and quickly went viral on social media.
Cher took to her Twitter account to address the clip, praising Ocasio-Cortez's skills as a dancer and as a political figure.
Know The Feeling @AOC— Cher (@cher) January 5, 2019
SOMETIMES💃🏻👠💃🏻JUST GOT— --TA DANCE‼️
Good Thing You Can💃🏻,Sponsor a Bill,Put On💄,& Kick Ass At The Same Time👠👠
Everyone likes to feel appreciated and Ocasio-Cortez is no different; she immediately responded to Cher, thanking her for her support.
According to her, it is possible to 'fix Congress and have fun doing it,' which she considered a form of multitasking. Ocasio Cortez ended her tweet with a winking emoji as well as a purple heart.
Thank you @cher! We can fix Congress and have fun doing it - who says we can’t multitask? 😉💜— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) January 5, 2019
HER DAYS AS A STUDENT
In the video, the politician can be seen dancing at Boston University alongside other students, with some moves inspired by the movie "The Breakfast Club."
But, aside from her fun side, Ocasio-Cortez has been making headlines due to her strong opinions regarding the United States, especially low-cost healthcare for all Americans.
ROCKING THE BOAT
The 29-year-old criticized the fact that, as a waitress, she had to pay 'more than twice' than what she now pays as a member of Congress, which is highly unfair to other people.
According to the Congresswoman, her endorsement of Medicare-for-all is highly supported, around 70 percent of the country, which is why she won't stop fighting the currently established practices.
The Queen has spoken! https://t.co/2YE7eb12qs— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) January 5, 2019
OSARIO-CORTEZ VS DONALD TRUMP
Ocasio-Cortez has also spoken against President Trump's controversial war against immigrants, comparing those seeking refuge in the U.S. to Jews during the Holocaust.
The young politician argued that running away from war and poverty isn't a crime, and neither is applying for refugee status, which is why the U.S.-Mexico border should be handled differently.
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