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    AOC to constituents: Follow me on Twitter because I don’t have time for you in my busy media schedule

    Updated: March 22, 2019 at 2:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    It seems that newly-elected Democrat Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has yet to understand that a big part of her job as a Member of Congress is to meet with and deal with her constituents.  On Thursday, the New York Post reported that the recently-dubbed “pompous little twit” has yet to open an office in the Bronx and advised constituents to follow her on Twitter.

    Seriously.

    According to the Post:

    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Thursday tried to explain her lack of office hours by saying she’s still taking “baby steps” — but said constituents who can’t work with her sporadic schedule should follow her on Twitter.

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    Almost three months after her inauguration, the freshman congresswoman only recently opened a Queens office and still doesn’t have one in the Bronx.

    Instead, on Thursday, she appeared at the Westchester Square Library for just two hours during the workday, where she met with 17 locals.

    “Right now we’re just taking these baby steps and adapting according to community feedback,” the 29-year-old told The Post when asked why her brief availability was in the middle of the day.

    “Baby steps?”  Where was

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