Someone Finally Says It: AOC Led By Imaginary “Voices In Her Head”
It's about time someone called it like it really is. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is off her rocker and just grabbing at straws at this point. In a deliciously hilarious, but true, interview a GOP Senator said it perfectly.
Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy has a new theory on where Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is getting her explosive talking points on immigration issues: imaginary “voices in her head.”
The Republican politician joined a chorus of his peers this week in condemning the New York Democrat’s “concentration camp” rhetoric on detention facilities for illegal immigrants.
“Let me be frank. Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez — someone needs to tell her that the voices in her head are not real,” Mr. Kennedy told a local CBS affiliate, The Hill reported Wednesday. “She says that the men and women of our Border Patrol and our authorities are intentionally running concentration camps on the southern border.”
“The Department of Homeland Security is out of money, and the congresswoman knows that. She says the conditions are inhumane,” he added. “But yet when we send a bill over to her to vote to improve those conditions, she voted no. Her hypocrisy is breathtaking.”
There is a good reason that AOC and her wildly ill-equipt buddies are targeting border patrol. It's not just to take down all borders so their droves of illegal voters can flood in, it's because Dems are losing presidential run already.
Without having a bogus scandal, like Russian collusion, to distract and harass the public with the border 'crisis' is their only real selling point to their liberal base. Even Ocasio-Cortes admitted in an ABC interview that the Democratic party is at a 'real risk' of losing to Trump:
"Well, I think that we have a very real risk of losing the presidency to Donald Trump if we do not have a presidential candidate that is fighting for true transformational change in the lives of working people in the United States," AOC said.
A statement that roughly translates to; 'we're gonna lose this thing if we can't find a new way to appeal to voters'. Which is exactly what Dems have been desperately trying to do. Demonize the Republican party with cockamamie claims and something (ANYTHING) that remotely appeals to voters.