WATCH : Netflix Trailer For Ocasio-Cortez Movie, “Knock Down The House”

Uh oh, your probably wondering if the headlines of this article are true. Has Netflix really made a movie about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? The answer is “yes”, Netflix has just officially stepped onto the socialist train. It’s bad enough Cortez even gained a seat in congress, but now Netflix is making a documentary about her. What the hell is going on here?

Here is the trailer along with a brief summarized description, view discretion is advised.

A young bartender in the Bronx, a coal miner’s daughter in West Virginia, a grieving mother in Nevada, and a registered nurse in Missouri build a movement of insurgent candidates to challenge powerful incumbents in Congress. One of their races will become the most shocking political upsets in recent American history.

Don’t let the rainbows and unicorns confuse you, it’s not about that. The point of this documentary isn’t to inspire you to revolt from the currently used conservative and capitalistic morals and policies, it’s was made to sway you into knowing and believing the leftist narrative.

The leftist narrative produced in this trailer is the “feelings” side of politics. It makes American politics look like a fight for feelings and free stuff, but in reality America was built on facts and productivity. Other than being a tad bit overboard on the “inspirational” side of things, to me it is a liberal blithe film full of one side of the story. The left’s side of the story.

Vox headlines the movie as “Netflix’s Knock Down the House trailer is here to make politics feel a little more hopeful.”

Truthfully Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s entire career in politics (so far) has been a good example of unsuccessful irrational meaningless suggestions, that can be summed up in about four words. “Obstruction of brain possibilities.”

Director Racheal Lears, who actually co-authored the film says, “”We are thrilled to be partnering with Netflix on the release of Knock Down the House,” said Lears. “This platform will allow us to reach huge audiences worldwide, including viewers who may not usually watch independent documentaries. We’re also very excited to be working with Netflix on a campaign to spark wider cultural conversations about our democracy and how it can continue to evolve.”

Lets be totally and utterly clear here it’s not “democracy”, it’s “socialism.”

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