Ocasio-Cortez Wakes Up To A Challenger – She’s A Trump Loving Conservative Latina

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez…

The “Democratic socialist” was hailed as the future of American politics after she promised to abolish ICE.

After winning her New York district, she went on to push the “Green New Deal,” a policy so terrible it became a laughing stock.

But worse than that, she’s cost her district—and all of New York—bigtime. Her meddling helped kill a deal between New York and Amazon. The region lost billions in investments and thousands of jobs. Pretty impressive for a congresswoman’s first year!

“Squad Queen”AOC shows no signs of slowing down her agenda of destruction.

But there’s good news…

A bright and shining star is emerging, ready to take on AOC and she just so happens to be from Trump’s team!

From the New York Post:

A conservative young Latina from Illinois is running for Congress as the anti-AOC.

Republican Catalina Lauf, 26, who is hoping to snag a Democratic-held seat outside Chicago, supports President Trump’s border wall, cites Ronald Reagan as an idol and hopes to be a counterweight to Rep. Alexandria ­Ocasio-Cortez’s congressional “Squad.”

Wow. A young conservative Latina woman from Illinois is running to flip a blue seat red.

Catalina Lauf was a Trump administration adviser from Woodstock, Ill. When she announced her run for Congress, she called out AOC and her pack of left-wing Democrats. (Scroll to the bottom for her campaign video)

Lauf wants to united Americans “for the right reasons” and silence “angry voices who seek to divide us.”

Biggest among those voices is AOC, who continues to spread lies about the president and his policies.

Lauf is combating the lie that Latino Americans hate Trump. Many of them love the president and support his goal of ending illegal immigration.

Ms. Lauf is a strong supporter of protecting our borders. As the daughter of a legal immigrant, she wants to support legal immigration.

It’s refreshing to see a young, patriotic Latin American. One that embraces our freedoms and traditions. Unlike AOC, Lauf wants to empower the American people, not rob them of opportunity.

Lauf is one of many up-and-coming conservative voices in our country. Inspired by the presidents’ leadership, they are throwing their hats in the ring.

All to challenge the corrupt, left-wing socialists that want to drag our country into ruin.

All patriots should support women like Lauf—a true American leader.

Check out her video here – she did an amazing job!

From Daily Wire:

Latina Republican congressional candidate Catalina Lauf, 26, blasted socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) during an interview on Tuesday, saying that unlike Ocasio-Cortez, she loves America.

Lauf appeared on Fox Business’ “Varney & Co.,” where she addressed the “anti-AOC” label people have attributed to her ever since she announced her congressional run last week.

“I’m not anti-anyone, I’m pro-America,” Lauf said. “If there’s contrast there it’s that I’m fiercely driven by a love for my country and I’m not driven by a hate for everything that it stands for like AOC and the rest of her friends on the other side.”


Lauf’s interview came after she has seen her public image rise significantly over the last week alone, going from 1,000 followers to 16,000 followers in just a few days and being featured in The Daily Wire, The New York Post, and Fox News.

Lauf had her first cable news appearance Saturday on Fox News’ “FOX & Friends” where she defended the Trump administration’s hardline stances on immigration and pushing back on the notion that wanting to enforce immigration law makes a person “racist.”

“It’s so sad, he’s not a racist, you know people like my mom and my grandmother and many other Hispanic Americans who have come here legally feel so insulted by that because they did it the right way and there is a process for it and you should be a law-abiding citizen,” Lauf said. “President Trump is doing his best to protect the country and we should be enforcing legal immigration laws.”

Lauf also talked about how she plans to reach millennials and about her desire to be a voice that champions freedom.

“I think it starts by creating a unifying message, number one,” Lauf said. “I think Millennials are very, you know, reasonable people, we have power of voice and we have conviction and I think they need leadership to understand that freedom should come first. we don’t have that right now for our generation and I hope and inspire to be that.”

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