As Mini-AOC Releases 3rd Hilarious Video, Stepdad Reveals How They’re Made

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May 14, 2019May 14, 2019

The most hilarious Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez impersonator in America is an 8-year-old girl.

That says a lot right there.

Young Ava Martinez is rocking the internet with laughter in her third video making fun of the socialist congresswoman’s ridiculous schemes for America and her tendency to insult most people’s intelligence.

In her first video, Ava mocked Ocasio-Cortez’ doomsday predictions about climate change and her ability to do basic math.

 

In her second video, she made fun of AOC messing up the three branches of government before speaking in hushed tones to the camera and pretending to be a victim forced to mock the far-left congresswoman by her crazy right-wing parents.

In her third video, Ava jabbed at AOC’s knowledge of history and her $93 trillion Green New Deal.

“Like, I want to tell you about my plan to single-handedly save the planet,” the 8-year-old said while wearing AOC-style glasses and lipstick. “I call it the Green New Deal. I picked green because I’m still learning my colors.”

Watch the video below:

Does Ava write her own lines? Is she an 8-year-old political prodigy?

No, her stepfather Salvatore Schachter told The Gateway Pundit in a recent interview. But she is an incredible actress, bears a striking physical resemblance to Ocasio-Cortez, and can mimic the way she talks and acts like because she already possesses similar mannerisms.

“Since Ava loves to perform and entertain, we asked her if she would like to act in a skit where she could share her talent on social media,” Schachter explained. “She was excited to do so, and it really showed in the first video. And she was even more thrilled by the reaction to it.”

“The only preparation she does [for the videos] is to memorize all of what she is going to say, which is incredible to me that she can even do that,” he continued. “She’s so amazing at it, and it comes so natural to her.”

As for who writes the videos, it’s “a family effort” with Schachter writing, Ava’s mom directing and helping write, and Schachter’s brother adding in punchlines. But they’re not responsible for every single word.

“Ava will improvise some of the lines, interjecting and removing some to make them her own, and it comes out much better than how it was originally written,” her stepdad marveled.

Like most girls her age, Ava has no interest in politics but enjoys making people laugh. She also enjoys singing and cheerleading.

While Ava’s family has received some “very derogatory messages” from people who hate the videos, “the vast majority of comments were complementary and full of praise.”

Take a look at Ava’s first two videos below:

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