Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s socialist agenda is a danger to the future of America.
If implemented, her policies have the trajectory to destroy the economy.
But even if she fails, she has already said one thing that will destroy millions of lives.
Despite not even being thirty, many in the Democrat Party are looking to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as their future voice.
She is wildly influential, commanding a massive platform to spread her message.
And those that follow her are listening.
In a recent social media post, Ocasio-Cortez questions whether it is “moral” for young Americans to have children.
“There’s a scientific consensus that the lives of children are going to be very difficult,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “And it does lead young people to have a legitimate question: is it OK to still have children?”
And as it turns out, this advice is being listened to.
There is a new movement of woman calling themselves BirthStrikers, who are refusing to raise children in a world that they believe is not doing enough to stop climate change.
Believing that the world is only a short way’s off from a climate disaster, they are abstaining from having children.
But in doing this, a massive amount of women are setting themselves up for an unhappy future.
Women deciding not to have children is nothing new, but it has become a more prominent an idea in recent decades.
And with many of these women now in their mid-life phase, they are beginning to regret the decision.
Kate Spicer is a Daily Mail journalist who has been promoting the idea of going childless.
In her pursuit, she has had 18 abortions in her 44 years on earth.
But now that she is beyond the age of being able to have children, she is regretting the decision, even penning a piece in the Daily Mail discussing encouraging woman not to take the same path, stating that, “Between today and the end of my life, I hope there are a few more decades. But, as time goes by, the idea of dying without children feels unnatural and sad.”
So while Ocasio-Cortez is questioning the need for children, women who have already taken that advice are regretting it.
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