AOC Brings Among Us Tactics to Capitol Hill

On October 21st, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez broke from traditional ideas of how politicians should communicate with their constituents by livestreaming the hit deception game “Among Us” to viewers across the country. 

Troubling news has emerged from Washington, however, that AOC may have been unduly influenced by her time playing Among Us with fellow Representative, Ilhan Omar.

On Friday, October 23rd, during a meeting on national security, Ocasio-Cortez was rejected in her proposal to place a giant, red, emergency button in the center of the House floor, “in case we catch anyone acting sus”.

On Monday, October 26th, AOC was spotted by a custodian emerging from the capitol building air ducts suspiciously close to Mitch McConnel’s office.
Additionally, Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez recently had to be reminded by the House Judiciary Committee that the presidential impeachment can’t be reopened simply because “she saw orange faking tasks