Marjorie Taylor Greene Confronts AOC, “Ms. Defund The Police” Calls Security

Washington D.C. – The Washington Post and CNN rush in to defend and attempt to run cover for radical Leftist AOC, who was also recently called out as one of the least effective members of Congress. When you need the liberal hacks at CNN and WaPo to defend you and attack your opponent, it’s obvious that your ideas aren’t very good. Notice that they weren’t saying anything about the actual subject. They attempt to play on your emotions because they know they’d lose the argument based on the merit of the ideas.

AOC, who has repeatedly made statements about defunding police, now has the gall to call on the Sergeant at Arms to protect her from the big, bad MTG. So let me make sure I have this right, no police protection for you, but AOC wants security to protect her from ideas? Is that about right?

“We hope leadership and the Sergeant at Arms will take real steps to make Congress a safe, civil place for all Members and staff – especially as many offices are discussing reopening.” – Lauren Hitt, Spokeswoman for Rep. Ocasio-Cortez

These so called ‘journalists’ have no issue attacking MTG (because they’re scared of her and what she represents), but won’t call out members of the Jihad Squad for supporting terrorists, terrorism and inciting violence with the more than year long ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter riots that have caused BILLIONS in damages to American cities.

It seems that Matt Gaetz was a witness to the exchange and he states that “This is absurd. I viewed the entire interaction. MTG asked AOC for a debate. AOC replied that MTG needed to read the bill completely and that she was only going to debate on the floor of the House. AOC then walked off. It was a spirited discussion but absolutely not screaming”

Marjorie Taylor Greene Goes Nuclear on AOC’s ‘Jihad Squad’

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Author: Zach Heilman

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