Tomi Lahren decided to dress as “the person who scares me most” for Halloween this year, and perhaps predictably landed on Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
Lahren, the Fox News pundit who launched a patriotic-themed clothing line that was not manufactured in America, tweeted out her costume and posted it on Instagram on Thursday.
“I decided to dress up as the person who scares me most. The Democratic Dimwit Darling, socialist-loving, freedom-hating, former bartender herself @AOC,” Lahren wrote on Twitter.
She elaborated on her thoughts in her Instagram post.
“I’m not afraid of ghouls, ghosts, zombies or political incorrectness. I am far more terrified AOC was actually elected to the United States Congress. Talk about a haunted House,” she wrote, adding the hashtags #TeamTomi, #halloween, #AOC, and #SocialismKills.
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) October 31, 2019
While Lahren tagged Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter, the New York lawmaker had not yet responded as of Thursday afternoon.
While Ocasio-Cortez hasn’t commented on the outfit, a ton of other people on Twitter did–and they aren’t fans.
“Halloween has been ruined,” as one user declared.
— Politically Homeless (@CityOnAHillBlog) October 31, 2019
Halloween has been ruined. https://t.co/RCC7vKCuve
— papa fritas (@papa_fritas_) October 31, 2019
hate is a very unattractive look on people https://t.co/fyeNUZZ9bY
— Versha Sharma (@versharma) October 31, 2019
When your entire life is a desperate cry for attention … https://t.co/h31Cu87CwJ
— Jon Zal (@OfficialJonZal) October 31, 2019
Imagine allowing someone to occupy this much space in your head. Imagine. https://t.co/SSLjewpajS
— race reductionist ☭ (@swindellium) October 31, 2019
Haven't you heard? Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Although in your case, sincerity is not something you understand. https://t.co/WIW0OJPQWh
— G. M. Mac (@GMMcleod2) October 31, 2019
This is the closest you’ll ever come to Congress, you insipid strip mall Barbie. https://t.co/rld4picWEB
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) October 31, 2019