Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez explains why she believes Trump is racist

Posted January 08, 2019

Anderson Cooper: You're talking about zero carbon emissions - no use of fossil fuels within 12 years.

The Democrat said she was working as a waitress and bartender when she chose to run for Congress.

That said, numerous responses to Ocasio-Cortez from Twitter users who seemed to agree with Scalise were deliberately disrespectful toward the congresswoman, with at least one also implying violence will occur if her policies were implemented.

Further, according to New York Magazine, Ocasio-Cortez's tax proposal is a "moderate, evidence-based policy".

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Representative Alexandria Oasio-Cortez is detailing her perspective when it comes to working with Republicans.

"I set it up so that a beat drops when she starts spinning or something to that extent", said Rodgers, who was born in Chicago but moved to Phoenix with her parents when she was 2. But it's - it's not the same thing as - as the president lying about immigrants. "It's not the same thing at all". She quickly retracted her statements, saying that it was "legal advice that any person would give" Trump Jr, but added that she apologized to him, in case he "felt genuinely threatened". The Washington Post's Aaron Blake noted in a scathing post about Ocasio-Cortez's answer that the "Four Pinocchios" rating is not for semantic errors, but rather blatant falsehoods.

Despite not giving any specifics on how she would pay for the expansive government programs she had proposed, Ocasio-Cortez suggested at another point during the interview that the government should raise the tax rate to as high as 70 percent to fund climate change programs.

"Well, if he felt genuinely threatened by me, I apologize", Ocasio-Cortez responded, smiling. So now that everyone involved has responded we can strike one up for "lovely things to come out of USA politics in the last year" bringing the grand total to one.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a talented, charismatic young politician who has struck the political world with a force and impact rarely seen among even those who have been at it for a much longer time. I mean, who thinks that makes sense?

What we are presently witnessing is the shifting of the Overton Window to the left for really the first time in millennials' lifetimes. "He wants to find out why she thinks Trump is racist, even though he might already know the answer".

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., just got into a heated Twitter debate with House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., over questions of tax policy - although Scalise cut things short after Twitter users began ridiculing him for almost dying during a mass shooting in 2017, even though his own supporters also posted insulting tweets.

But Scalise pulled out some not-so-lighthearted responses from Ocasio-Cortez's followers. "Instead of spending billions subsidizing oil and gas corporations and giving tax breaks to the wealthiest Americans, we can choose to put that money toward giving my generation a livable future and providing a good job to every American ready to get to work making our country stronger".

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"Do you know where those 4,000 people come - where they're captured?"