How EMBARRASSING: Ocasio-Cortez HUMILIATED after awkward Twitter blunder

Cheryl Sanders
April 30, 2019

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) listens during a House Financial Services Committee hearing on April 10.

While Ocasio-Cortez did not tweet on Easter, she did the day following, and more later in the week without mentioning the Sri Lanka attacks on Christians.

In a back-and-forth exchange on Twitter, Ocasio-Cortez asked why Conway would note that she didn't tweet about the bombings, which left more than 250 people dead.

While later emphasizing the importance of referring to the attacks in Sri Lankan churches last week as "Easter worshippers", Ocasio-Cortez attacked Conway and accused her of stoking "suspicion" around her faith.


She said that is good that Ocasio-Cortez will "now condemn" the massacre, but that it's odd for her to have been silent considering she tweeted about her own movie "the next day". Socialists, after all, aren't really known for their faith - or, at least their faith in God.

"All I can think of is that classic refrain that my parents always taught me growing up, is that: 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it, '" she said, arguing that Trump and his allies are "trying to fix the VA for a for-profit healthcare industry that does not put people or veterans first".

"On Easter I was away from tech visiting my grandmother in Puerto Rico, which continues to suffer from the White House's incompetent disaster response", Ocasio-Cortez tweeted after Conway, during an interview on CNN's "State of the Union," called out Ocasio-Cortez's "silence" on the attacks.

"Let's pose our older male members next to cardboard cutouts of young female legislators", Ocasio-Cortez wrote, retweeting an image of Yarmuth standing beside a cut-out of her that was promoted by the Kentucky Republican Party.


'What was the point of you bringing this up on national TV?

WIBC host Tony Katz responds to Rep. Ocasio-Cortez's incessant and nauseating promotion of "open borders" in the clip below.

"You are using this as an excuse to stoke suspicion around my Christianity + faith life, @KellyannePolls", Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. "No one should be targeted for their religion", Ocasio-Cortez wrote.


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