AOC is saving money for her “taxation of the rich” dress controversy, which will help increase her campaign funding.
The progressive female congresswoman of New York — who became a hit in her Met Gala political fashion statement — launched an email campaign on Tuesday night, providing a policy document and a “tax on the rich”. Promotion of commodities.
The AOC team stated that regardless of whether the information is printed on a sweatshirt, or something more formal the facts remain the same. We must tax the wealthy if we want to transform our economy and make it more sustainable.
Team AOC directs readers to the “Tax the Rich Series”, which includes sweatshirts ($58), T-shirts (27), hats ($28), and T-shirts (27). Also, mugs, handbags, or mugs are available for purchase ($27 each), or a sticker package (10 USD). The fit is unisex.
The AOC Team added that “100%” of the proceeds go to the AOC team’s key grassroots organizations, and they also fund their campaign for policies.
U.S. Rep. Alexander Ocasio Cortez was not shy about making waves at the Met.
Ocasio Cortez captioned a photo on Instagram of herself and Aurora James, showing their controversial collaboration. “Now is the time to provide childcare, healthcare and climate action for all.…
“Yes, before anyone starts going crazy-New York citizen election officials are often invited to the Metropolis, because we have a responsibility to supervise the city’s cultural institutions that we serve the public. I was there as one of the few.
According to reports, the Met Gala tickets are US$30,000. This event benefits the Costume Institute of Metropolitan Museum of Art. According to reports AOC cancelled her trip.
Despite this, social media was still active on all sides of the political spectrum due to her attendance at the Big Apple’s annual Parade of the Rich and Famous.