The following article, AOC: Nearly ‘Half of the House’ of Representatives Was Close to Death During Capitol Riot, was first published on Flag And Cross.
Even though it was the rioters who were injured and/or killed, radically far-left Rep. Ocasio-Cortez believes “half” of her peers nearly died on January 6.
Obviously, it’s President Trump’s fault.
Check this out, via The Daily Wire:
In response to the breach the United States Capitol on Wednesday, democratic-socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), who condoned violent left-wing rioting over the summer, said Sunday that President Donald Trump should be removed from office with a “complete barring” from ever being allowed to run for office again.
On ABC News, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez said Trump is a “clear and present danger” to Congress, and to the U.S. more broadly.
She blabbered, “We came close to half of the House nearly dying on Wednesday. And if … another head of state came in and ordered an attack on the United States Congress, would we say that that should not be prosecuted? Would we say that there should be absolutely no response to that? No.”
It’s as if AOC rolled out of bed one morning and said, I’m running for Congress and I don’t care if I know what I’m talking about or not!
And she would have been right, considering she won her initial election.
Check out the incredibly clueless Socialist thinking she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to food stamps. Clearly, she has no idea what is going on.
My family relied on food stamps (EBT) when my dad died at 48.
I was a student. If this happened then, we might’ve just starved.
Now, many people will.
It’s shameful how the GOP works overtime to create freebies for the rich while dissolving lifelines of those who need it most. https://t.co/WOrYvhfPj4
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) December 5, 2019
Here’s the rub…
Another viral-but-misleading tweet from AOC. The work requirement rule doesn't affect parents, which she would have known had she read the story: "The USDA rule change affects people between the ages of 18 and 49 who are childless and not disabled." https://t.co/1Dewzi5cTT
— Peter J. Hasson (@peterjhasson) December 6, 2019