Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been very, very busy defending her asinine comments about concentration camps, doubling down, and retweeting people who for whatever reason are trying to make her look less stupid and less awful …
Interestingly enough, she did not retweet this letter from Dominik Tarcyznski of Poland, a Member of Parliament, who invited her to visit and see Hitler’s worst concentration camps for herself.
With this letter, I am formally inviting @AOC to come to Poland,where Adolf Hitler set up the worst chain of concentration camps the world has ever seen, so that she may see that scoring political points with enflamed rhetoric is unacceptable in our contemporary Western societies pic.twitter.com/ivOTfmiCfo
— TARCZYŃSKI Dominik (@D_Tarczynski) June 20, 2019
‘So that she may see that scoring political points with inflamed rhetoric is unacceptable in our contemporary Western societies.’
Sir, it's a great gesture and the right one but Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez can't read big words. May I suggest you have an 8 year old write it in magic marker so that she'll understand?
— John Gacinski (@RealGacinski) June 20, 2019
He might want to break out the puppets and crayons.
She probably thinks Poland is in Wyoming
— Mark Domel (@MarkDomel) June 20, 2019
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
@AOC would rather yell at a fence at the border than be held accountable for her remarks
— Brad D (@Bdixonya) June 20, 2019
Thank you sir. Guaranteed she won't take you up on it because you nailed it.
— tom yochim (@tomyo100) June 20, 2019
Of course, she won’t. If she did, she’d have to admit her comments were way out of line and start apologizing.
@AOC will probably debate you by blocking you.
— babugrande (@babugrande) June 20, 2019
Don't hold your breath. She probably can't find Poland on a map and stuff
— glen coffy (@greenriver2390) June 20, 2019
Or she thinks it’s in Wyoming.
Damn, that was funny. This editor hates it when someone says something funnier than she did.
AOC: making #hyperbole great again
— Eric Dutch Hoffman (@dutchhoffman) June 20, 2019
Hey, when you find what you’re good at it, do it, right?