Grab the popcorn because this is going to get good.

Over the weekend, Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez publicly swiped at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and a new policy designed to protect incumbent candidates from primary challengers. AOC won her seat by ousting an incumbent.

The responses are just perfect:

In any case, the DCCC recently amended their vendor rules, requiring vendors to work only with incumbent Congressmen. From their vendor form:

the DCCC will not conduct business with, nor recommend to any of its targeted campaigns, any consultant that works with an opponent of a sitting Member of the House Democratic Caucus.

AOC may be ticked at the DCCC, but she threw the first punch weeks ago when she threatened to put moderate Democrats on a list, making them electoral targets.

From the WaEx:

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., threatened Thursday to put Democratic colleagues that vote Republican “on a list” for primary challenges.

The progressive freshman representative suggested in a closed-door meeting of House Democrats that she would help liberal activists unseat moderate Democrats skirting the party line, a spokesperson for Ocasio-Cortez said according to the Washington Post.

“She said that when activists ask her why she had to vote for a gun safety bill that also further empowers an agency that forcibly injects kids with psychotropic drugs, they’re going to want a list of names and she’s going to give it to them,” spokesperson Corbin Trent said, referring to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

If you need me, I’ll be over here like: