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John Kennedy, AOC comments
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, is entitled to their opinion, but you should know better than to extreme comparisons, according to Sen. John Kennedy, R-La.
Ocasio-Cortez the remark of the comparison of the southern border detention centers to “concentration camps” is an inappropriate comparison, Kennedy’s Neil Cavuto said on Wednesday on “your world”.
“I think she has no basis for the claim that, because it is not true,” he said.
“You know better,” he added later.
“Let me say it again, do you believe in the rule of law or not. Apparently, members of Congress Ocasio-Cortez believes that illegal immigration is a moral good.”
ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ: THE UNITED STATES IS ” RUNNING A CONCENTRATION CAMP ON OUR SOUTHERN BORDER
Kennedy stressed to Express that the freshman legislator has the right to their point of view. “This is America,” he said. “You are entitled to believe what you want.”
“She just thinks the border is a nuisance, [and] we should open the borders.”
The House Judiciary Committee member, said that the 29-year-old is one of the “opinion – only not to me.”
Kennedy said the Department of Homeland Security is trying his best to handle an influx of thousands of asylum-seekers and others.
“All the President does is the enforcement of the law,” he said, adding, “illegal immigration is illegal. Duh.”
On Monday, Ocasio-Cortez, your Instagram followers said that the US-run government is “a concentration camp on our southern border.”
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“That is exactly what they are. They are concentration camps,” Ocasio-Cortez said during a live-stream was viewed by Fox News.
You said your followers, you want to speak to the people “, who say enough with the humanity, that ‘never again’ means something.”
“The fact that the concentrations camps, is now an institutionalized practice in the home of the Free extremely worrying, and we must continue to do about it,” the freshman Democrat.
Fox News’ Joseph Wulfsohn contributed to this report.