Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez held one private meeting that no one could believe

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of the most high-profile members of the Democrat Party.

And yet she somehow found herself in the middle of the fight over who Republicans will elect as the next Speaker of the House.

That’s because Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez held one private meeting that no one could believe.

After House Republican leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) failed on multiple votes to secure the 218 votes that would win him the Speaker’s gavel, the C-SPAN cameras caught on odd sight.

House Freedom Caucus member Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ) – who voted against Rep. McCarthy – was chatting with radical left-wing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

The image of Rep. Gosar – who is one of the most conservative members of the House – meeting with Rep. Ocasio-Cortez set off a flurry of speculation on social media.

That night, Ocasio-Cortez appeared on Alex Wagner’s MSNBC show and revealed what she and Gosar discussed.

Wagner wondered if the two were plotting to elect Democrat leader Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) as Speaker of the House.

“Can you enlighten us at all as to what those conversations were like?” Wagner wondered. “And is there any hope that you guys work together to get Hakeem Jeffries elected as Speaker of the House?

But Ocasio-Cortez denied that was the case.

“I think in chaos anything is possible, especially in this era,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “It is unlikely, but there is always a possibility. I do think that in terms of some of those conversations – listen, some of us in the House of Representatives are independent in certain ways from our party. And I do believe that in some of those conversations, there are things that are happening on the floor, these machinations are happening on the floor.”

After McCarthy failed to win the Speaker’s race on multiple ballots, there were rumors that Democrat members would leave the chamber, as House rules only stipulate that a candidate must win a majority of those present and voting to secure the gavel.

If enough Democrats left the chamber, Rep. McCarthy could become Speaker of the House with 200 votes.

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez told Wagner that was what Gosar was asking her about, and she assured him Democrats would not leave the House floor to allow McCarthy the win with a lower vote threshold.

“And sometimes the leadership of your party – in this case, the Republican Party – would be making claims in order to try to twist arms and get people in line,” Ocasio-Cortez explained. “And a lot of times, information and truth are currency. And so, sometimes, to be able to fact-check some of the claims that McCarthy is making, whether Democrats are going to defect or not.”

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