Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., listens during a House Financial Services Committee conference with leaders of vital banks on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who expected owes her chair in Congress to her worldly use of amicable media, now says she’s giving adult Facebook and slicing behind on Instagram and Twitter — for her health.
Too many screentime can be bad for your earthy and romantic health, she pronounced during a Yahoo podcast “Skulldudgery.”
“I privately gave adult Facebook, that was kind of a large understanding since we started my debate on Facebook. And Facebook was my primary digital organizing apparatus for a really prolonged time. we gave adult on it,” Ocasio-Cortez said.
“Social media poses a open health risk to everybody,” she said.
“There are amplified impacts for immature people, quite children underneath a age of 3, with shade time. But we consider it has a lot of effects on comparison people. we consider it has effects on everybody. Increased isolation, depression, anxiety, addiction, escapism,” AOC said.
“I’ve started to kind of levy small manners on myself,” she said.
“Like each once in a while, you’ll see me bound on Twitter on a weekends, though for a many part, we take expenditure of content, when it comes to expenditure and reading, we take a weekends off. And so I’m not, like, scrolling by perplexing to review all online that reporters are essay on weekends. we try to do that during a workweek.”
The beginner congresswoman also took a appropriate during President Trump’s use of amicable media, claiming that a video he posted on Twitter about Rep. Ilhan Omar was “trying to stimulate a classify of all Muslims being terrorists.”
Ocasio-Cortez still has an comment on Facebook, though she now mostly uses Instagram and Twitter to bond with her romantic followers.
This story creatively seemed in a New York Post.