She needs to calm down before she gets into more trouble.
The New York Times recently posted an op-ed from Sen. Tom Cotton, and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has some choice words to say about it.
In Cotton’s op-ed, he called for military to be inserted into the Democrat-controlled cities with violent riots in order to quell the violence and restore peace.
He said, “The pace of looting and disorder may fluctuate from night to night, but it’s past time to support local law enforcement with federal authority. Some governors have mobilized the National Guard, yet others refuse, and in some cases the rioters still outnumber the police and Guard combined. In these circumstances, the Insurrection Act authorizes the president to employ the military ‘or any other means’ in ‘cases of insurrection, or obstruction to the laws.'”
Ocasio-Cortez went onto Twitter and wrote:
@JBennet Other Qs: Did you consider the author‘s explicit call for violence (“no quarter”) when you chose to run this piece?
Is it your belief that you are not responsible for the factual integrity of what you publish?
Do you believe calling for violence is an “opinion”?
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) June 4, 2020
Where was the misinformation Ocasio-Cortez is talking about? She has multiple questions, but they are all irrelevant when a majority of Americans, especially almost half of all Democrats, are in support of what Cotton has said.
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