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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, unleashed be confronted with a tweet storm on Wednesday, in which they warned that white superiority is “dormant” in many Americans, and must, in the subconscious.
The freshman Congressman noted that even if someone is not a white supremacist, he or she could still be infected by his inclinations.
“The white supremacy is often subconscious. And clearly, our nation has not been vaccinated,” she said. “[White Superiority] of our nation’s original sin; the driving logic of slavery, Native genocide, Jim Crow, segregation, mass incarceration, the ‘Send Back.’ It never went away. It was just rest,” she said.
Ocasio-Cortez, often, President of the trump of racism, to show, for example, his reaction, as some Fans at a recent rally chanted “send accused you back” in reference to Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.
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She added that “very normal and good people are able to the aid of racism and white supremacy.” Their comments came amid an uproar surrounding Trump’s response to a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, over the weekend. The authorities suspect that a Manifest expression of the anti-immigrant was the feelings from the pen of the shooter.
If The New York Times published a headline about Trump’s speech, Ocasio-Cortez and others blasted the newspaper, apparently not critical enough of his designs.
“Let the title-page as a reminder to serve, such as white supremacy, supported by – and supports often – the cowardice of the mainstream institutions,” she said. The original headline: “Trump calls for unity against racism” – this was eventually replaced, and Times Executive editor Dean Baquet says “bad”.
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On Tuesday, Ocasio-Cortez offered an olive branch to radicalized young people, gone to the embrace of white supremacy, not to say “you, you were too far.”
“I know it’s waiting for a teacher to say to you, what will happen to my child? What happens with my friend? And we will always be here and hold space for you to come back. We love you back,” she said.