Ocasio-Cortez Tells War Vet Congressman To Do Something About Domestic Terror

Cheryl Sanders
April 14, 2019

Now Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez could follow in the footsteps of Jeremy Corbyn and address thousands of people at the Glastonbury Festival. "We do talk with students and offer numerous opportunities to explore issues of dialogue and professionalism in curricula and experiential learning opportunities".

"I said when Omar made her first comments about all about the Benjamin's, referring to Jews, in America, I said that that was worthy of condemning by name", he said.

In a letter Friday to the New York Democrat, Barr said her recent comments about Crenshaw "demonstrate a lack of civility that is becoming far too common in the U.S. House of Representatives".


But if she does attend and wants tips on how to woo the crowd she could call the left-wing Labour leader, whose speech in 2017 received a rapturous reaction among the Somerset revellers.

The 2007 Yorktown High School graduate and her fellow freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar spoke out this week, talking about how efforts to disparage them have made them the targets of death threats.

"You refuse to cosponsor the 9/11 Victim's Compensation Fund, yet have the audacity to drum resentment towards Ilhan w/completely out-of-context quote", she tweeted.


Stepping into the dustup, Ocasio-Cortez tweeted: "In 2018, right-wing extremists were behind nearly ALL US domestic terrorist killings. Why don't you go do something about that?" she tweeted at Crenshaw.

Omar has also advocated for leniency and compassion in the sentencing of men who were convicted of trying to join ISIS and, just last week, Omar called for a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood to be released from prison in Egypt.

"AOC implying [Dan Crenshaw], who served combat tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan (where he lost an EYE) in the wake of 9/11, hasn't done enough for the victims of September 11 terrorist attack is astounding, though not shocking", said Natalie Johnson.


"I am questioning how any American, let alone a United States Congresswoman, could downplay the 9/11 attacks", the Fox News host later tweeted. "I'm the guy who went overseas to make sure this never happens again, to take the fight to the enemy that committed these attacks", he said. Not a day went by when she wasn't spoken about on Fox. You have to say that this person is looking at me unusual, I am not comfortable with it, and I am going to talk to them and ask them why.

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