All It Took Was Two Words For Trump To Annihilate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Many in the media believe Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the future of the Democrat Party.

She unapologetically supports socialism and holds a lot of support among young voters.

But after she tried to go after Trump, he was able to annihilate her with two words.

After her surprising win as a Congresswoman representing New York’s 15th District, she has been making waves.

She is a proponent of socialism, and for radical left-wing policies like abolishing ICE.

Her rhetoric is so extreme that many Democrats are distancing themselves from her.

But while some in the party are distancing themselves, the far-left wing of the party see her as the future.

With politicians like Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Bernie Sanders in office, they believe they can take over the Democrat Party.

Some even see her as a contender for president; with the Qatari state-funded news agency Al Jazeera saying she will be the first female president because they believe that “After eight years of Donald Trump, Americans will certainly be ready for some ‘radical’ change.”

Of course, with her being only 29, she will not be able to run in 2020, but she is using the Trump presidency as a tool to push the Democrat Party further left, utilizing deeply held hatred of the President among liberals.

And in doing that, she is pushing ridiculous falsehoods about the President.

In a recent interview with Anderson Cooper on CBS’s 60 Minutes, she went so far as to say that there’s “no question” that Trump is racist.

Her response is so extreme that even Cooper, who is known for his anti-Trump views, was shocked.

But she doubles down, claiming that Trump “manufactures crises like immigrants seeking legal refuge at our border” to quantify her ridiculous assertion.

In response, the White House says that her claim is out of “sheer ignorance,” citing Trump’s support for criminal justice reform.

But while the White House responded to rebuke her claim, the President himself is much more dismissive.

While fielding questions from media, he had little to say about her claim.

A reporter shouted to him, saying “Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez has called you a racist.”

Trump responds, asking “who did?”

And after the reporter reiterates, stating her name, his response was only a two word question, “who cares?”

This is the answer that many were thankful to hear.

For years, the media has been claiming that anybody who disagrees with the radical left is a racist.

Simply believing in border security is enough to be branded a racist.

And that is something that President Trump has been facing since the day of his campaign announcement.

Despite the entire media pushing this narrative, the American people supported the President’s calls for border security.

And they still do, according to virtually every piece of polling.

So being forced to defend himself from ridiculous, zero substance claims of racism is useless.

For his entire life, nobody called him racist until he decided to run against the Democrats.

Do you think that President Trump is racist?

Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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