Over the last few days, pictures of AOC at the Met Gala have been blowing up the internet.
While attending an event with a $30,000 price tag and wearing a designer dress, AOC had “Tax the Rich” plastered on the back of her dress.
The American Accountability Foundation (AAF) has filed an ethics complaint to investigate her attendance.
The AAF complaint states, “Without prompt investigation and enforcement of Congressional Rules, the American people are likely to lose faith in the ability of Congress to police its members.”
The Met Gala is always a lavish affair, but AOC says she was a “guest of the museum.”
That, however, will not satisfy her critics.
The entire appearance dripped with hypocrisy.
Her dress, which we will assume was given to her by the designer, had a statement with a design that was a little too close for comfort to the Chick-fil-A logo.
I have already seen whispers of copyright infringement on that front.
The event, where tickets can go for more than $30,000, is also turning some heads as a kickback of sorts.
The AAF cites that the invitations are given by Conde Nast, a for-profit company, which would negate AOC’s claim that she was attending a charity function, at least in the eyes of the AAF.
One could easily ask why the tickets were not sold and the money donated rather than simply being gifted to AOC.
AOC has blasted her critics for “flying off the handle” over her appearance.
Oh, by the way, did we mention she was not wearing a mask?
It is unlikely anything will come from the complaint… nothing ever does.
It is like asking thieves to investigate their own robbery.
However, it was nice to see someone call AOC out for the same privilege that she regularly rails against and the hypocrisy regarding her not abiding by proper protocols during the event.
Rules for thee, not for me, as usual.
Source: Fox News