HomeNews WireAOC’s Works Up Fake Tears Over How Bad The Future is For Our Children [Video] Editor November 30, 2019 During her keynote speech at the C40 World Mayors Summit, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez managed to work up some fake tears to try and prove to you how serious climate change really is. “I speak to you not as an elected official or a public figure, but I speak to you as a human being. A woman whose dreams of motherhood now taste bittersweet, because of what I know about our children’s future,” she said trying her best to give the appearance that she was holding back tears. AOC has been known for staging photographs and faking strong emotions for the sake of self-righteousness and for her own agenda. Remember when she faked crying at the border this last summer? The photographer who took them admitted that they were old photos from the year before. Before @AOC hit the national stage & was just a fairly unknown House candidate frm NYC,she took time awy frm her campaign & came dwn to #Tornillo to protest the #tentcity housing migrant children.I made these previously unpublished fotos a yr ago today. #elpaso #aoc #onassignment Before @AOC hit the national stage & was just a fairly unknown House candidate frm NYC,she took time awy frm her campaign & came dwn to #Tornillo to protest the #tentcity housing migrant children.I made these previously unpublished fotos a yr ago today. #elpaso #aoc #onassignment pic.twitter.com/SWyyI1XVt9 — Ivan Pierre Aguirre (@i_p_a_1) June 25, 2019 .@AOC, near tears: My dreams of motherhood "now tastes bittersweet" because of global warming pic.twitter.com/hwNUSxtp3l — Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 11, 2019 She even climate change as the culprit for killing 3,000 people in Puerto Rico in 2017: “I speak to you as daughter and descendant of colonized peoples who have already begun to suffer. Just two years ago one of the deadliest disasters in the United States struck in the form of Hurricane Maria.” “The climate change-powered storm killed over 3,000 Puerto Ricans, American citizens — my own grandfather died in the aftermath — all because they were living under colonial rule, which contributed to the dire conditions and lack of recovery.” She’s always careful to mention that it was the “aftermath” of the hurricane and not because of the hurricane. In what way did he die as a result of the aftermath? At least we have one to be thankful for, she’s not planning on procreating and brainwashing more people to believe her brain dead schemes.