To hear AOC tell it, you’re a white supremacist if you oppose a black Democrat

When future generations look back on the tumultuous times we live in today, politically speaking, there’ll be many things that stand out as remarkable, but few will top the fact that a socialist bartender from New York with a very limited grasp on the world around her would be elevated to speak for an entire generation.

Revered by the like-minded media, U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., appears to be making her play for potential leadership of today’s Democratic Party amid rumblings that 82-year-old Speaker Nancy Pelosi could retire if she has to surrender her gavel to the GOP. Appearing in the friendly confines of CNN, AOC was trying to present a broader view of events by commenting on races around the country when she played the race card to explain the outcome of the Senate race in Wisconsin.

“I think there are racial dynamics in that race that need to be discussed, in terms of how Republicans targeted a black man running in that race,” Ocasio-Cortez said.

To hear Ocasio-Cortez tell it, if a Republican opposes a Democratic candidate of color then they are a straight-up white supremacist.

Incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., a favorite target of the media, defeated Democratic nominee Mandela Barnes, a black man, by just 26,000 votes.  And, as Stacey Abrams has already established, any time a black candidate loses it’s a product of racism — unless, of course, the black candidate is a Republican. Barnes’ far-left views would fit in nicely with the ‘Squad,’ having previously voiced support for defunding police and abolishing ICE.

The neo-Marxist progressive left, which Ocasio-Cortez and Barnes represent, uses race to divide America while undermining both our God-given rights and our Constitution, their ultimate goal being to tear down American society and rebuild it in their own image.

What AOC is still coming to terms with in life is that there are two sides to every coin and that what’s good for Peter is also good for Paul:

Tom Tillison


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