Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez quote-tweeting this group as a way to challenge the Senate on funding the border wall is peak virtue-signaling. She’s so EDGY and tough, right? Take THAT, Senate!
$0. $0 is what should be allocated for this president's racist border wall.
— Our Revolution (@OurRevolution) November 28, 2018
What a pretty little blue checkmark this group has, and seriously, WTF is ‘Our Revolution’? Whose revolution?
Admit it, you rolled your eyes a little.
Get ready to roll them a little bit more …
Say it again for the people in the Senate https://t.co/4Qr0EsoGfQ
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) November 29, 2018
Blah blah blah.
She’s not even in her ‘seat’ yet and she’s already annoying the crap out of everyone.
How many illegals are you going to take in and financially support? How many of our own homeless American men women and children are you going to take in and support? How about the veterans?
— allimama7 (@amdenijs7) November 29, 2018
Can someone explain to me how, as a sovereign nation, a border wall is racist? Do people forget about the sovereignty of nations and how borders are there to protect said sovereignty?
— Drew Roither (@Droither93) November 29, 2018
Who knew wanting borders for your country is racist?
America is not a safe haven for the worlds problems. If they want to come to this country LEGALLY!!! That’s perfectly fine. If not they should be returned to there home land #Buildthewall
— ryan reed (@bigpop1977) November 29, 2018
So no borders? What’s your solution then?
— FinallyAVoiceOfReason (@AVoiceofReason) November 30, 2018
Let’s recap, shall we? Alexandria supports open borders AND free education and Medicare for all. And people voted for her …
$0. $0 is what you should be paid for being in Congress.
— Hon. Brandon Phinney (L) (@RepBPhinneyNH) November 29, 2018
Fair. What’s their salary? $174k a year or something? She should be more than willing to give that up for the good of the people at the border, right?
Oh wait, she was just complaining about not being able to afford an apartment in D.C. because they hadn’t paid her yet.