Back to the USSR: AOC’s Green New Deal propaganda art reminds people of former Soviet Union

On Friday, Democrat Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez revealed a series of propaganda art for her economy-destroying Green New Deal.

“I am thrilled to announce the launch of our art series with custom Bronx & Queens GND posters,” she said on Twitter.  “The Bronx edition poster will be given for free as a limited release to the public at our Pelham Bay Nature Day & Backpack Giveaway in the Bronx tomorrow.”

“Bronx & Queens art is where we’re starting, but we aspire to release custom art for local communities across America,” she added in another tweet.  “We are also working on a line of GND reusables!  The first 250 prints will be released at Family Nature Day tomorrow, where we’re doing park tours…”

AOC said her line of propaganda pieces were inspired by artwork dating back to the original New Deal:

But many saw something else in her “art.”

Yes, it does…


Very familiar…


You get the idea.


Yes it is…

Yes, trees cut down and turned into paper…  Hmmm…

Scratch a liberal, find a hypocrite…

These propaganda pieces pretty much tell you all you need to know about AOC’s “Green New Deal.”


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