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FLASHBACK: Ocasio-Cortez Hits Rock Bottom, Says Non-Legals Are ‘My Constituents’ (Watch)

Uhhh…hmm. That doesn’t sound right, though…

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Freshman Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY) made it clear that illegal immigrants are her “constituents.”

Why she would say this, who knows?

The fact is, she said it. And now she’ll have to answer for it.

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From Free Beacon:

Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) referred to illegal immigrants as her “constituents” during a Thursday House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing.

Ocasio-Cortez was questioning Wilbur Ross, President Donald Trump’s secretary of commerce, when she made the statement. She began by referencing remarks Republican Kris Kobach made while he was Kansas secretary of state. Kobach encouraged Trump early on in his administration to add a 2020 consensus question about citizenship.

WATCH:

Ocasio-Cortez thought she had the CEO of Wells Fargo cornered.

She was dead wrong.

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From Daily Wire:

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) tried to grill Wells Fargo CEO Timothy Sloan during a House Financial Services Committee Hearing on Tuesday and ended up getting embarrassed.

[…]

Ocasio-Cortez used her time during the hearing to push her political agenda against Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and against the fossil fuel industry.

AOC: “Why was the bank involved in the caging of children and financing the caging of children to begin with?

Sloan: “I don’t know how to answer that question because we weren’t.

AOC: “Uh, so in finan–, you’ve, you were financing, involved in debt financing in CoreCivic and GEO group, correct?

Sloan: “For a period of time, we were involved in financing one of the firms, we are not anymore. I’m not familiar with the specific assertion you are making, we were not involved in that.

WATCH:

Ocasio-Cortez is “the boss.” Is everybody okay with that?

Her reasoning is that she’s trying to do something about “climate change” by introducing her “Green New Deal,” while her critics aren’t doing anything.

Has AOC considered that the opposition isn’t doing anything because there’s nothing to do?

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AOC: “I’m at least trying and they’re not. If you’re trying, you’ve got all the power, you’re driving the agenda, you’re doing all this stuff.

Like, I just introduced Green New Deal two weeks ago and it’s creating all of this conversation. Why? Because no one else is even trying — because no one else has even tried!

I’m like you try! You do it! Cuz you’re not!

So until you do it, I’M THE BOSS! How about that?

WATCH her “ego trip” unfold:

After unveiling her “Green New Deal,” which would cost American taxpayers tens of trillions of dollars over a decade, AOC is now saying America is native land for all Latinos and ICE and DHS need to be abolished.

You can’t make this up.

All Latinos have a race-based right to migrate to the United States, Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Thursday.

AOC: “We have to have … respect for the right of human mobility.

AOC: “It is a right. We are standing on native land, and Latino people are descendants of native people. We cannot be told and criminalized simply for our identity or our status.

 

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Not Just a Trade War Anymore: Senate Ponders New China Sanctions Over Concentration Camps

There are some evils in the world that must not go unpunished.

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Much of the talk on the world’s economic stage of late has been in regard to the showdown between Washington and Beijing. Of course, the magnitude of this conflict warrants the concern.  We are talking about two of the world most powerful economic forces squaring off in a fight that could bring much the world into the ring with it. Both sides, at least of this writing, seem hellbent on coming out victorious – leading to inordinate weaving and bobbing by the stock markets and righteous anger in America’s agricultural heartland. Today, the US is considering imposing new sanctions on China…but not over this trade dispute.  These sanctions are in retaliation for something far more sinister. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed a bill Tuesday that, if enacted, would call for sanctions on the Chinese government and select individuals over the mass imprisonment of potentially millions of Muslims in concentration camps in eastern Xinjiang province. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), under Xi Jinping, has building hundreds of “re-eduation centers” that it claims are “vocational training” facilities for Uighurs, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, and other minorities. Those who have survived them call them “concentration camps” – locations where they are taken by force to learn Mandarin, renouncing their Muslim faith, memorize communist propaganda songs, and engage in slave labor. The gruesome tales from inside these camps are enough to boil any Americans’ blood; sleep deprivation, electroshock torture, and even death. As if that weren’t enough… The camps are so agonizing, a Kazakh survivor told Radio Free Asia (RFA) on Monday, that officials have established specific “crying time” to give those imprisoned a chance to release their frustrations. “They say, ‘Now you can cry,’ but if we cry at other times when we feel the need, they criticize and threaten us, saying they will…

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