New York Magazine will soon be releasing a book of essays extolling the many virtues of Rep. Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), including “the role that her beauty plays in her public perception.”
The book, which will be published on February 1, 2022, reportedly will be an “engaging, all-encompassing biography” of the openly socialist congresswoman while aiming to be “in the bestselling tradition of Notorious RBG and Pelosi that explores her explosive rise and impact on the future of American culture and politics.”
“She is one of the most prominent politicians on social media, with millions of followers on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, making headlines consistently when she utilizes each platform to communicate her opinions, ideas, and progressive policies,” the book’s description gushes.
The book will also feature an essay from Rhonda Garelick about “the role that [AOC’s] beauty plays in her public perception,” as well as “a deep dive on ‘The Squad’” and “a lighthearted piece on the ‘total average-ness of her boyfriend.’”
This is from the same sycophantic media that purposefully ignored the undeniable beauty of former President Trump’s stylish wife Melania, who was actually a legitimate model.