AOC Immediately Regrets her Attack on Ted Cruz

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AOC Immediately Regrets her Attack on Ted Cruz
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The incumbent President’s call for unity only continues to appear as a hoax by his own party’s drama as they escalate their rhetoric to a treacherous level.

The Capitol riots have been used, expectedly, by the Dems as a new narrative in demonizing and dehumanizing their conservative colleagues.

Leading the pack is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who currently refers to Republican representatives as the “enemy within.” Such attitude only exposes what kind of leadership she brings into the House. Socialist AOC caught the same thinking. 

On Thursday, AOC engaged in a Twitter spar with Sen. Ted Cruz over Wall Street’s hypocrisy on the Gamestop-Robinhood stock trading spiel.

The two appeared to have found common ground early in the tweet exchange until the Democrat diva accused the Republican of almost having her murdered because Cruz stood for election integrity. AOC then called for Cruz to resign.  

While the social media platform didn’t act on AOC’s tweet, Republican Rep. Chip Roy sent Pelosi a letter calling for an apology from her disorderly minion.

According to The Hill, Roy told Pelosi in a letter that AOC and Cruz’s spat had “come to his attention.”

“It has come to my attention that Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sent out a tweet a few hours ago in which she accused Senator Ted Cruz, in essence, of attempted murder,” wrote Roy, who also served as Cruz’s former chief of staff.

He added that it is completely unacceptable behavior for a House member “to make this kind of scurrilous charge” against another House or Senate member for engaging in a speech and debate regarding the electors, as they interpreted the Constitution.

“I ask you to call on her to immediately apologize and retract her comments,” Roy added.

Nice move by Roy, but trust Pelosi never to do such a thing. Her own (mis)conduct has roused the same hostility from her political party, even inflamed the minions to think and act the same. 

Apple doesn’t fall far, so they say. 





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