Article Image
News Link • Congress-Congressmen

Ocasio-Cortez Refuses To Condemn Anti-Semitism Within Women's March As Top...

•, By Tyler Durden

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been in Congress for less than a month, and she's already mastered one of the most vital skills for any career politician: Taking allegations of homophobia/bigotry/racism and turning them right back around on the accuser.

When asked about allegations of anti-Semitism levied at the some of the founders of the Women's March movement in a stunning clip from an interview at Saturday's Women's March, "Democratic Socialist" Ocasio-Cortez refused to renounce her feminist allies, and instead tried to shift the conversation to allegations of anti-semitism in the Trump administration (which has been an outspoken ally of Israel and antagonist of both Iran and ISIS).

When asked about hateful comments made by Women's March co-chair Tamika Mallory, who called described Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan the "GOAT" during an appearance on "The View" (Farrakhan has a history of making anti-Semitic comments that stretches back decades, and recently provoked controversy by saying he was "anti-termite" when discussing his criticisms of the Jewish people), Ocasio-Cortez said she believed it was important to "center this conversation" before immediately launching an attack on Trump.

Join us on our Social Networks:


Share this page with your friends on your favorite social network: