Even the hosts at CNN couldn’t stop laughing after conservative commentator Mary Katharine Ham delivered a savage bit about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Ham was commenting about AOC’s temper tantrum over being caught in Florida partying while people in her own district are under a mask and vaccine mandate. The congresswoman claimed that people who were calling her out did so because they are sexually frustrated and want to date her.
It’s starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women,& LGBT+ people in general.
These people clearly need therapy, won’t do it, and use politics as their outlet instead. It’s really weird
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) December 31, 2021
Ham mocked the snobby congresswoman with some savage one-liners that had New Day co-host Brianna Keilar laughing uncontrollably.
“Well, first of all, I woke up like this. So I think I have the authority on people being sexually frustrated by my mere existence,” Ham said. “It happens all the time. And I’m glad to be able to discuss this important issue with you. The plight of the super hot in America has long been ignored. AOC has started a national conversation about this.
“You know, I know we have all dealt with it. By that, I mean, AOC, you Brianna, myself, and John — well, the point is. We can start an organization or something. Just the other day, I noticed the IRS keeps sending me notices even though I’ve never expressed any interest in them. It’s like, why are you so obsessed with me? One day you wake up and think is there more to life than being really, really ridiculously good looking? I did it. And now I’m here. AOC did it and now she’s a congresswoman,” she added.
Ham then got serious…
“In that capacity, you have to answer questions. I’m goofing on this because it’s goofy. But to question the motives of every questioner you come across I don’t think behooves you,” she scolded.
“But we also have to answer fair questions. And a fair question to AOC is, hey, is your trip with your partner to Florida dangerous to yourself and others? And if not, why not? Because if it’s not, it suggests people can use their personal freedom to make decisions about their risk profiles and go forward in the world of Covid,” Ham concluded.