Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib passed by house Democrats, the influential Committee memberships

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House Democratic leaders this week were New York’s Democratic Republic of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib, and other new progressive firebrands for membership on powerful committees, in spite of a viral campaign by liberal activists.

To adopt, although it is historically rare for freshmen members of Congress coveted seats on top committees, progressive groups said they saw the news as a setback, as they hope, environmental and economic reforms in return in the coming years. The Steering and Policy Committee, under the chairmanship of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has, formally, the members of the committees.

The new Democrats came up with more than a little fanfare. Ocasio-Cortez, a 29-year-old self-described democratic socialist, to confuse always short in their efforts with senior Democrats in their first days in office-as well as their social media following and positive coverage in the media remain virtually unparalleled.

For Tlaib, 42, she apologized earlier this week for the emergence of “distraction” by calling President Trump a “motherf—er” and promises to charge him.

Democratic Massachusetts Rep. Richard Neal, Chairman of the house ways and means Committee, announced this week that 10 new returing Democrats have been elected to join the panel, including five members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus: Reps. Dwight Evans, Don Beyer, Gwen Moore, Jimmy Panetta and Steven Horsford.

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The ways and means Committee has great authority over taxation, Social security and Medicare. New York Democratic Republic of the Tom Suozzi, the panel held Ocasio-Cortez.

“Our new members come from States across the country and bring diverse backgrounds and experiences, our new majority,” said Neal in a press release. “Your input will improve and strengthen our work in the coming years, Americans’ retirement security, lower costs for health care, cut taxes for middle-class families, and the modernization of our nation’s infrastructure.”

The far-left advocacy of justice, Democrats had asked Ocasio-Cortez, as well as California Rep. Ro Khanna, sit on ways and means.

Reaction to the snub of the Committee, Ocasio-Cortez, a spokesman for Corbin Trent said that “you hoped for it, but we are not eager to see what committees you get.”


Khanna had also looking for itself from membership, and pleaded to sit for more freshmen representatives on powerful committees in General.

“Progressive representation at the most important house committees to decide whether or not we get Medicare For All, free college, a Green New Deal, and at the end of mass deportation and mass incarceration,” Jusice Democrats said in a statement on its website.

The statement continued: “Nancy Pelosi, the democratic leader of the most powerful congressional committees are to decide, whether Progressive or corporate-backed centrists represent us in the fight for economic, racial, social, and environmental justice.”

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, left, speaks with Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., center, Rep. Haley Stevens, D-Mich., as the head of a group photo with the women of the 116th Congress on Capitol Hill last Friday. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Last week, about the last-minute objections by Ocasio-Cortez and Khanna, house Democrats overwhelmingly approved the most far-reaching new rules package, the effective restrictions are placed on some of the new issues. Progressive groups, said the restriction would hinder you to recognize some of their aggressive goals.

Ocasio-Cortez, voted had with Khanna, against the so-called “pay-go” rule in the rules package, with the support of Pelosi. This rule requires that any new mandatory spending for entitlements or tax cuts be offset by other revenue increases (tax increases) or budget-cutting measures, so that the new editions expand the Federal deficit.

The pay-go principle, Ocasio-Cortez, charged in a tweet Wednesday, was developed in a “dark political maneuver to hamstring progress in health care” and other legal regulations.

Also shot down the justice was offering Democrats “, Tlaib placed on the Central Committee, announced a list of new members on Thursday, that it is not Tlaib. The critical Committee deals with spending the state.

“In my 12 years here, I don’t think there ever will be a newbie on Approps, ways and means or energy and Commerce,” Kentucky Democratic Republic of the, John Yarmuth, Chairman of the Budget committee, told Politico. Democratic Reps. Ed Case and Ann Kirkpatrick instead of join.


Tlaib, just a few days after drawing the IRE of some top Democrats, for their tirade against Trump, attracted negative press attention again, by suggesting that some Republicans have a “double loyalty” to the United States and Israel.

“You forget, in what country,” Tlaib, a Palestinian-American, made the history by serving one of the first two Muslim women in Congress, wrote on Twitter, referring to Senate Republicans, a pro-Israel drives bill in the ongoing partial Federal government shutdown.

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Justice Democrats has join the progressive California Rep. Katie Porter, the financial services committee.

Despite the setbacks, there is some reason for optimism among the advanced groups. A growing number of Democrats considering a presidential bid have signaled support for the radical “Green New Deal” pushed Ocasio-Cortez, and other liberal lawmakers, and highlights how the 2020 field is pulled to the left through the influential progressive wing.

An analysis of Fox News shows have at least eight potential Democratic candidates expressed support for, or touted aspects of the proposal, the amounts to take advantage of a drastic restructuring of the economy and system of government.

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., 37, says that he will run looking for 2020 presidential candidate, told Fox News that he was excited to support and be a part of the process.

“When it comes to climate change, should we to-policy, to select the questions that Americans between jobs and clean air and water,” Swalwell told Fox News this week. “We can do that by greening the grid with renewable energy investments and a wage and skills is a guarantee for the displaced workers.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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