Perennial human piece-of-shit Joe Lieberman was talking to Neil Cavuto on Fox Business and complaining about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, which apparently is how he’s spending his retirement (no one else will listen to him). There’s nothing more pathetic than an old white guy has-been complaining about a smart, successful young woman of color, but Lieberman’s had it in for her ever since she primaried Joe Crowley, maybe because it uncomfortably reminds him of when Ned Lamont did the same thing to him. At the time Lieberman’s advice to Crowley was to run as an independent and try to beat her in the general (which is what Lieberman did to Lamont, before going on to come out as full-retard). Crowley, to his credit, did not take the advice (causing Lieberman to doubt his commitment to Sparkle Joe-mentum).
Lieberman whined that Ocasio-Cortez was getting attention because she was “different” and “controversial” and too “left-left” (none of these things are true of Joe, he’s incontrovertibly a boring, predictable piece-of-shit), and said “I certainly hope she’s not the future and I don’t believe she is.”
Ed Mazza watches Fox so we don't have to
As we all know, Joe’s ability to predict the future is unparalleled, so Adam H. Johnson called the game, but before anyone could turn out the lights, Ocasio-Cortez gave another demonstration of her Olympic-level Twitter game:
"New party, who dis?"
Succinct, and it sums up Lieberman’s utter irrelevance perfectly (especially since he’s unlikely to get the reference). Now that’s how you shut down an ex. (Note that when Ocasio-Cortez clapped back at McCaskill, she was nicer but just as effective.)
Ned Lamont is now the newly-elected governor of Connecticut. Ocasio-Cortez has a bright future ahead of her, and so will the Democratic Party if the last election is the start of a trend. Joe Lieberman is still a piece of shit.