Todd Starnes and Rep. Doug Collins discuss Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez comments on what it calls
Rep. Doug Collins blasted Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Tuesday on Fox News Radio, calling them “appalling” – comparison of the US-American border facilities in the concentration camps.
Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, the comparison to its Instagram followers during a live-stream on Monday.
“The fact that the concentration camp is today an institutionalized practice in the land of the free is extremely worrying,” she said.
After I claimed the indignation of the Republicans, they doubled down on the comment, via Twitter, that she was not engaging in “exaggeration.”
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“And for the screaming Republicans, who don’t know the difference: 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 wrote.
Responding in a telephone interview with Todd Starnes, Show, Collins, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, said he the border, visited prisons and seen migrants treated with respect by the men and women who serve.
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“It just shows either a blissful ignorance of the world and history, or it shows a concerted effort of anti-Semitism and the ignorance of what we do as a country,” he said, criticizing the top-Democrats for the “view” such rhetoric from the Ocasio-Cortez and his allies.
Starnes said one way or the other, “it is pretty,” and Democrats have “serious problems” with some of the more left wing members of the caucus.
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Collins House Republicans said offered money for humanitarian aid a few weeks ago, and it was chosen by the Democrats.
“Hopefully someone is waking up is gonna be and don’t realize that this faux pity really, because they ‘offered ve nothing to fix our crisis at the border,” Collins said, blaming the Democrats, with migrants as a political “figures.”
Ocasio-Cortez has repeatedly abolished for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, argued in February that the “Latino people are descendants of the indigenous people” and should not be subject to U.S. immigration laws.