nearvideo Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: the Most controversial statements
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is known for her strong opinions. Here’s a look back at a few of their most controversial statements.
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After the President keck tweeted over the weekend that he will agree with your assessment, there is a “very real danger” he wants to win re-election in 2020, and suggested that the reason why Democrats use the “charges card”, the progressive firebrand cited their mutual New York connection will strike back.
“Mr President, you are from Queens. You can fool the rest of the country, but I call your bluff any day of the week. The opening of an impeachment inquiry is exactly what we need to do, if the President is prevented justice advises witnesses to ignore legal subpoenas, & more. Bye,” she tweeted, rounded down to wave with a hand emoji.
In her first Sunday morning show appearance since taking office in January, Ocasio-Cortez had, told ABC News’ Jon Karl on “This week”: “I think we have a very real danger of losing the presidency to Donald Trump, if we are not a presidential candidate, the struggle for true transformative change in the lives of the working people in the United States.”
They went on to the case for a progressive 2020 presidential candidate, to say what Trump it is short, runs the risk of Democrats losing to.
The President then quoted the Congressman in a tweet Sunday night, adding: “I agree, and that is the only reason you play the charges card not used lawfully!” He did not continue it.
In your previous interview, Ocasio-Cortez, a law enforcement investigation is a “constitutional responsibility.” To press the prompted Karl Ocasio-Cortez on reports that the progressive Democrats are frustrated with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., who has impeachment proceedings were.
“I think it’s quite real,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “I think that there is a very real animus and the desire to be sure that we-that-we hold this President accountable.”
A growing progressive rage also targeted the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, said earlier this month he could not support more “support” by the Hyde Amendment, which he had for decades. Biden said the law allows the right of a woman to have an abortion “depending on someone’s ZIP code.”
The Hyde Amendment prevents the government from providing abortion funding, except in cases of rape, incest or health of the mother is if the game.
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But, on the Hyde Amendment, Ocasio-Cortez, a forceful it was.
“It is not the 70s,” Ocasio-Cortez, said in an E-Mail to supporters on Saturday, the build-up of support for a repeal of the Hyde Amendment. “This is 2019, and none of our leaders should stand ready to be by a policy, the harms disproportionately low-income Americans and people of color is only suitable to the interests of the anti-choice zealots. This ends now.”