WATCH: Ocasio-Cortez Dances To Angry Constituents’ Chants Of ‘AOC Has Got To Go’ At Raucous Town Hall

 Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appeared to mock her own angry constituents at an event Wednesday night, smiling and rhythmically moving to chants of “AOC has got to go” as she sat on a stage.

In a video posted on social media, the two-term congresswoman from Queens, New York, smiles and moves her shoulders to the chants and an accompanying bongo drum beat before sipping from a bottle of water. It was the latest case of Ocasio-Cortez facing constituents angry after she was blasted at her support for sending military aid to Ukraine last week.

“Very classy, thank you sir,” she says in the video, pointing at someone in the crowd who had presumably heckled her.

FreedomNews.TV reported the incident occurred in the Queens neighborhood of Astoria and that protesters were angry about rising crime, LGBTQ+ community housing, and vaccine mandates. 

The lights were turned off briefly and the politician ushered out of the room before returning and saying, “I’m not allowed to be in a room with the lights turned off,” according to the outlet.

The incident came a week after Ocasio-Cortez was heckled at a town hall event for, in the words of angry constituents, “voting to start a nuclear war.”

“Congresswoman! None of this matters unless there’s a nuclear war, which you voted to send arms and weapons to Ukraine,” one protester shouted in a video posted on Twitter.

That heckler and another praised former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who last week announced she had left the party due to its newfound hawkishness.

“Tulsi Gabbard has shown guts where you’ve shown cowardice,” the second heckler yelled, demanding that AOC follow Gabbard’s lead and denounce the Democratic Party.

Ocasio-Cortez, like all members of the House, is up for re-election next month. The 33-year-old avowed socialist and charter member of the so-called “Squad” has faced accusations that she has abandoned some of her far-Left principles since going to Washington.

Although her 14th District seat appears safe, Ocasio-Cortez faces a challenge from Bronx business owner Tina Forte, who describes herself as “fiscally conservative and socially liberal.”

“AOC has spent her time raising taxes, bad-mouthing business owners, and pushing away large employers like Amazon – denying thousands of jobs to New Yorkers and harming our economy,” Forte recently wrote.

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