AOC Mocks DeSantis' Glitchy 2024 Campaign Launch On Twitter: 'Had More People Join When I Played Among Us'

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) took a jab at Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, saying a much larger audience watched her play video games online than listened to the 44-year-old governor's glitchy debut speech. 

What Happened: AOC on Thursday took to Twitter to reply to a tweet from a journalist who said DeSantis's presidential campaign launch moderator “ludicrously made up that Ron DeSantis' Twitter space was the largest group that ‘has ever met online.' There are 100,000 people in this thing."

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"We had more people join when I played Among Us," AOC said while quoting that tweet. 

The planned official launch of the DeSantis campaign, featuring a Twitter interview with Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk, encountered technical difficulties during the broadcast on Wednesday. Many viewers experienced intermittent sound loss; some could not join or were unexpectedly dropped off.

The moderator, David Sacks, claimed that Twitter experienced glitches because the DeSantis campaign launch was the “biggest room” ever held on the platform. Musk also retweeted his post. 

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According to The Verge, over 435,000 individuals tuned in to watch AOC and Minnesota Democrat Ilhan Omar play the game “Among Us” on Twitch before to the 2020 election. It was among the top 20 most-viewed streams on the platform at that time.

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