You've heard of leftist groups calling for the abolition of any number of government organizations. The one that stands out the most is the whole "Defund the Police" crap which essentially means don't pay them for the work that they do.
If that's not what they mean by it, they shouldn't use that work because that's what it means to defund something.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is by far one of the farthest-left Democrats there is in Congress. I honestly don't even know if it's appropriate to call her a Democrat because of how extreme she is.
She is also aligned with several far-left groups that are pushing extreme measures to some degree or another.
One of the most extreme efforts coming from an aligned far-left group, named The Sunrise Movement, is making the push to abolish the Senate. Yes, that was read correctly, to abolish the Senate. One of our major houses of government.
The far-left organization is hoping to pass the Biden agenda but has been bumping heads with conservatives in the U.S. Senate.
The Sunrise Movement can demand all they want, but luckily the United States has a little thing called the Constitution. The group is filled with angst because there are key conservatives voting against everything they bring to the table and attempted to ram through.
The Democrats have pushed around some Senate members, but there are two Senators that can't be pushed around. Manchin and Sinema stand up against this leftist push and all the leftist pushes. The Democrat party has zero leverage over Manchin and Sinema.
Many Republicans would like to see these two Senators switch parties and join the Republican party, however, this has not happened. Personally, I don't want them. They would just be two more RINOs if nothing else.
If the Senators would switch parties, it would most likely be an end to the hard pushing of the Biden agenda. Even though AOC is aligned with The Sunrise Movement, she has not openly called for the abolishment of the Senate, she has called for the end of ICE, the DHS, and ending the filibuster.
Let me just tell you how this is going to go. It's not. It's not going to go anywhere because they can't just vote on a measure to get rid of the Senate. The Senate is part of the constitution and in order to amend the Constitution, you've got to have the people vote on it.