Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the controversial New York representative, lost the support of the House Democratic Leadership and Policy Committee and was not elected to the Energy and Commerce Committee.

After the overwhelming result of 13 votes in favor and 46 against, Ocasio-Cortez was outvoted by Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-N.Y.), according to Fox News on Dec. 18. 

Of the five available positions, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ( D-Calif.), nominated four candidates and left only one available, which was won by Rice. 

Among the functions of the powerful Energy and Commerce Committee are oversight of consumer protection, food and drug safety, public health, health care policy, and climate issues.

It is believed that Ocasio-Cortez’s defeat may be due to her strong criticism of Democratic leaders, including Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.).

Ocasio-Cortez criticized the failure of Democratic Party leadership to prepare their successors by the time the current ones resigned. 

“I think we need new leadership in the Democratic Party,” Ocasio-Cortez said, according to The Intercept. 

Ocasio-Cortez is widely criticized for her strong leftist radicalism, a trend that seems to have greatly damaged her party.

In fact, some leaders are already old, Nancy Pelosi is 80 years old. The Democratic House Majority Leader, Steny Hoyer, 81, and Jim Clayburn of South Carolina, the House majority whip, are 80.

Despite strong funding from Big Tech and other Silicon Valley businesses primarily, their majority representation in the House declined, as did their representation in state governments. 

The presidential formula of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is in serious trouble due to the discovery of the fraudulent handling of the 2020 election process.

Although the Electoral College found that the results sent by the states point to Biden and Harris as the winners, it is actually Congress that determines the validity of that appointment, which is weighed down by many fraud claims.

It is striking that Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) has not yet resigned her post, which could mean her own insecurity regarding this possible nomination.

The legal team of President Trump’s campaign found sufficient evidence that the majority of the votes were for President Donald Trump, which would decide his re-election.