"THANKS FOR NOTHING AOC" Billboard Lights Up Times Square

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"Few things effectively communicate the power we've built in fighting dark money & anti-worker policies like billionaire-funded groups blowing tons of cash on wack billboards (this one is funded by the Mercers)", she tweeted.

Amazon announced last week that it would no longer be building a second headquarters in Long Island City, a plan that promised at least 25,000 new jobs.

After Fox News reached out to the Job Creators Network for comment on Ocasio-Cortez's tweets, the Wikipedia page was subsequently edited again and it now includes the line that was in the NY congresswoman's tweet: "It is funded mainly by corporate executives and conservative foundations including the Mercer Family Foundation".

"The retreat will not only cost the area $12 billion in economic activity, but 25,000 new jobs that would have paid an average salary of $150,000", according to JCN.

Any presidential candidate who wants to be taken seriously on climate and earn the support of young people needs to support Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Sen.

Shots are still being fired in the fight over Amazon's canceled Queens campus.

Whether Ocasio-Cortez's grievances are justified is questionable. We competed in and won the most hotly contested national economic development competition in the United States, resulting in at least 25,000-40,000 good paying jobs for our state and almost $30 billion dollars in new revenue to fund transit improvements, new housing, schools and countless other quality of life improvements.

Amazon had cited the opposition of "a number of state and local politicians" in its decision to abandon the plans. We can fix our subways.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez posted another freaky rant on social media Wednesday; blasting a recent anti-AOC billboard in New York's Time Square as billionaire-funded "propaganda".

"The New York State Senate has done tremendous damage", he added.

In another tweet, she mocked the group responsible for the billboard by comparing it to comments made by Steve Carell's character on the television show "The Office" during a trip to the Big Apple.



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