Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says Donald Trump is 'scared' after he used his State of the Union address to vow America will 'never be a socialist country' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says Donald Trump is 'scared' after he used his State of the Union address to vow America will 'never be a socialist country'

Newly elected Congresswoman and rising star of the Democrat party Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Donald Trump was 'scared', after he vowed in his State of the Union address that America would 'never be a socialist country'.

The President delivered his second State of the Union to Congress last night, in which he admitted being 'alarmed by new calls to adopt socialism in our country'.

'America was founded on liberty and independence - not government coercion, domination, and control. We are born free, and we will stay free,' Trump said.

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So, we'll rename SSA to Capital Security Administration, then?

George

The Social Security Administration had been operating since 1935. Perhaps Trump was referring to some *jarring* aspect of Socialism, such as dogma thumpers replacing meritocrats in positions of leadership? No worries, that change is not ahead of us.

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