Ocasio-Cortez remixes policies with Ariana Grande twist

Lee Moran

Ariana Grande tweeted a lyric from her new collaboration with Lizzo and inadvertently set in motion a chain of events that ended with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) putting a progressive policy twist on the pop star’s biggest songs.

It all began Friday afternoon with this post from Grande:

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It was a reference to Lizzo’s new track “Good As Hell,” on which she appears on a remix:

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, or whoever was operating his Twitter account at the time, seized on the tweet and replied:

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Grande responded:

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Ocasio-Cortez, who last week endorsed Sanders in his run for president, then reimagined progressive policies “as an Ariana dance party”:

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To which Grande upper her “screaming” level:

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Inevitably, the lighthearted exchange set Twitter alight:

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  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.