Relax. The revolution does not have to be dry. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a congressman and former bartender from New York City, suggested a series of special cocktail recipes for those working for change. Recipes, including one named Hard Brexit – "A good shot of the tub The gin , without imported plants "- followed an online suggestion from journalist Anand Giridharadas, who recently said that the 29-year-old congressman had" changed the American rhetoric about billionaires and the common good. "Mr. Giridharadas, author an article from 2018 book on global inequality, The winners take it all: the elite charade of Changing the worldsaid that he suspected Mrs. Ocasio-Cortez "of being too busy killing dragons for volunteering, but I think she could be persuaded to submit a signature cocktail recipe" He added: "It will be green, it will be new and at 4 dollars before 5 pm, it will be an agreement." Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman to be elected to the Congress, responded with style by proposing six ideas, described as "cocktails of the revolution." In addition to the Hard Brexit, she suggested the following: * World without #GreenNewDeal: a dark and stormy night. * Clean transport: an aviation, but hold the violet cream * Bridges, not walls: a mezcal greyhound. * Paid parental leave: Mocktail margarita. * Failed politics: no matter what with Goldschläg. The idea of ​​cocktails came while Mrs Ocasio- Cortez and Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts unveiled a proposal last week pisé the Green New Deal that would attack the climate. change, transform the economy and create a large number of jobs in renewable energy.

Cocktails for the Revolution: – World w / o a #GreenNewDeal: a dark bitter night
– Clean transport: an aviation, but hold the violet cream
– Bridges, not walls: a mezcal greyhound
– Paid Parental Leave: Mocktail Margarita
– Policy Failed: All About Goldschläger😉 – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) February 11, 2019

He suggested creating a carbon-neutral economy in a decade and following up on a UN climate report last year that said the effects of climate change would be irreversible and inevitable if carbon emissions were drastically reduced in 12 years. Ms. Ocasio-Cortez said, "This could be part of a larger solution, but no one has yet defined what this larger solution would involve, and that's really what we're trying to do with the Green New Deal. "