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Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, a border detention centres compares, in the concentration camps; the reaction and the analysis of House Minority leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, refused to apologize Wednesday for the designation of migrant detention centres as “concentration camps.”
“I will never apologize for calling this stock, what you are,” she tweeted in response to a call from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to apologize to her.
“DHS screwed over 1000 children from their parents and put them in cages w subhuman conditions,” she added. “They call their cells “dog pound’ & ‘freezers.’ If this makes you uncomfortable, in the fight against the bearings, not the nomenclature.”
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Ocasio-Cortez, also Rep. Jared Huffman, D-Calif have retweeted., the accused the GOP engaging in “feigned outrage.”
“There are a lot of fake GOP outrage of the people, the housings no problem with the storage of thousands of innocent, desperate people in barbed wire, which looks and performs like a concentration camp,” Williams said on Wednesday. “Can we please talk about this?”
McCarthy, a number of Republicans and other information to the government is entered, took offense at her comparison, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement DIrector Mark Morgan, calling the New York Congressman’s comments “irresponsible.”
“This kind of rhetoric from our elected leaders is reckless, irresponsible, wrong, and wrong,” he said on Fox News on Wednesday.
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The controversy broke on Tuesday, when Ocasio-Cortez poured an Instagram video of himself under a other shot at the President trump the immigration policy.
“The United States runs a concentration camp on our southern border,” she said. “That is exactly what they are. You are a concentration camp.”
House GOP Chairman Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming., called the comments say, their progressive colleagues in contempt of the memory of Jews killed in the Holocaust.
In the midst of all the backlash, Ocasio-Cortez, mocked Republicans for “screaming” about an adopted comparison between concentration camp and extermination camp by the Nazis during the Holocaust.
“The concentration camps are not the same as the concentration camps. Concentration camps are, by experts as ‘the mass detention of civilians without trial.’ And that is exactly what this government is doing,” she said.
She added on Wednesday that the US engaged in the “nefarious” practices of the concentration camp, when it detained Japanese-Americans during the second world war.
“It is a shameful history we have largely been ignoring,” she said. “These camps occur in the course of the story. To learn a lot of refuse that shame, but here we are today. We have an obligation to stop you.”
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House judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, showed support for Ocasio-Cortez comments, tweeting: “One of the lessons of the Holocaust” Never Again ” – not only mass murder, but also the dehumanization of the people, the violation of fundamental rights, and attacks on, our common morality.
“We fail to learn that lesson, if we do not callout [sic] added to such inhumanity, directly in front of us,” Nadler.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, was more circumspect, declining to comment directly on the statements.
“I have to make a few comments to my group, written large over the political way such as politically, the atmosphere is charged,” she said. “So, understand that while the Republicans have no interest in holding the President responsible for his words, you are wrong everything you say, only if you have a word in the sentence, that you can exploit.”