Parody AOC Twitter Account Indistinguishable From Real Thing

A Twitter account parodying New York Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has gone viral over the past week, offering outlandish commentary on everything from inflation to cow farts that has readers confusing satire for the real thing. The account, which was first started in 2018, was recently freed from a four-year suspension and is already making waves trolling the lefty congresswoman. The account has already reached nearly 100,000 followers and attracted the attention of Senators Mike Lee and Ted Cruz and Twitter CEO Elon Musk.

“If the government can print money, citizens should be allowed to. If we had money printers in each household, everyone would be rich and the economy would be booming.” ~ Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Press Release (parody) [@AOCpress]

While the fake “AOC Press” account states that it is a parody–as required by Twitter rules–the full display name is so long that the “parody” is often cut off in people’s feeds, leading to confusion. If the account were parodying any other lawmaker, the satire might be more evident to readers, but recall that this is the same Democrat that thinks there are three chambers of Congress and that gas stoves are killing the planet.

“It’s time to ban all stoves, refrigerators, air conditioners, heaters, dishwashers, grills, washers & dryers, and microwaves,” the parody account tweeted Monday. “If it saves just one life, it’ll be like literally worth it.”

“Happy 4th of July to all those celebrating,” the account also tweeted on Memorial Day.


“We should send 10 million Americans to fight in Ukraine to make room for the 10 million new citizens crossing our southern border.” ~ Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Press Release (parody) [@AOCpress]

“Cow farts are far more dangerous than fentanyl,” the account Tweeted Sunday–a reference to an outline released by the congresswoman of the Green New Deal that described the difficulties of “fully [getting] rid of farting cows and airplanes.”

The account duped many conservatives with the tweet “Farming should be illegal,” prompting many readers on the site to start arguing with the fake congresswoman. Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT) eventually intervened and issued a pair of PSAs warning people about the account.

“Note: the AOC account is a parody account,” Cruz tweeted Monday.

“Love this parody account @AOCpress,” Lee tweeted the day before.

Good lord, that AOC parody account is too real… Fell for it hard,” another commenter added.

On Monday, the account drew the attention of Twitter CEO Elon Musk after it tweeted, “This might be the wine talking, but I’ve got a crush on [Elon Musk].”

Musk replied with a simple fire emoji.

On Tuesday, the real AOC tweeted a response to the parody account’s antics, saying it is “gaining spread” and warning readers to “be careful of what you see.”

“FYI there’s a fake account on here impersonating me and going viral. The Twitter CEO has engaged it, boosting visibility. It is releasing false policy statements and gaining spread. I am assessing with my team how to move forward. In the meantime, be careful of what you see.”

“I can’t believe someone would do that to us,” the parody account replied.

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