Ben Shapiro hits Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on ‘seduction’ claims: “they didn’t want to look like she was scared’

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Shapiro: Ocasio-Cortez, appeals to victim status to rally the base

Ben Shapiro responds to ‘their world’ after Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez compares his debate challenge to a ‘whistle.’

Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro on Friday responded to allegations of the democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, that he has to push catcalled her in his debate challenge, with the argument that you don’t want to, as “fear”.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News’ Trish Regan, Shapiro was asked his thoughts on his confrontation is compared to “seduction” of the in-house candidate.

While joking that “seduction has to be very funny in Queens,” Shapiro accused people “on the left” with a “defense, in which anyone who calls for a discussion or a debate must be evil by nature.”

“It is a seduction, because I think if I were to suggest that I said a conversation, I am demanding an answer,” he said. “Now, each request is a request. Everything you had to say was, ‘Nah.’ That would be okay, I mean, she has the prerogative.”


In a video, Wednesday, posted, in the Shapiro Democratic National Committee Chairman, Tom Perez for the labelling of the New York congressional candidate of the “future of the Democratic party mocked”, he offered to donate $10,000 for your campaign, if you took an offer to debate him.

Hey, @Ocasio2018, what do you say?

— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) 8. August 2018

“Miss Ocasio-Cortez, I’m really excited that you ‘ been ve increases, the love would be in this position, and I, to have a real conversation with them about the issues. You have indicated that you think the Republicans are afraid to debate them or talk to them or discuss with them,” said Shapiro.

“I’m just looking forward to discuss with you, I’m ready for $10,000 to your campaign, today, for you to come to our Sunday special,” he continued. “We have a hour long conversation about all topics under the sun, really.”

In a response on Twitter Thursday night, however, Ocasio-Cortez to the debate, a resolution on “seduction” and said she did not know, “owe a response to unsolicited requests from people with bad intentions.”

Exactly how seduction that I not guilty, in response to unsolicited requests from people with bad intentions.

And also, like seduction, for some reason you feel entitled.

— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) August 10, 2018

“And also, like seduction, for some reason, they feel entitled,” she continued.

On Friday, Shapiro said there was “no question,” Ocasio-Cortez played the “victim card.”

“And the fact that she feels the need to look at this specific map, to the right, to play the” I’m a female and I am therefore as a “victim”, it’s like a seduction’ … the fact [that] she goes, instead of simply saying: “don’t you know, I’m not interested in a debate,'” Shapiro, “the reason you didn’t want to say the latter is because they do not want, like she was scared.”


He went on to say that he think there is a lot of upside was votes “” for you ” to the debate, and said that it was unlikely that the answer is “questions.”

“I mean, if you were in a discussion with someone who asks you, her awkward questions, I don’t think she said any of the information or philosophy at your disposal, to actually answer these questions now,” Shapiro. “And you know, that’s why your best move would have been to either ignore or simply say no. And then all already part of your life.”

However, “it was in your appeal to victim status,” he said.

Ocasio-Cortez won national attention earlier this year after an upset victory over veteran Rep. Joe Crowley in the Democratic primary for the New York seat.

Fox News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.

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