Ocasio-Cortez Calls Trump A RACIST – Trump’s Response Is BRUTAL GOLD

Written by Wes Walker on January 7, 2019

I can hardly believe I’m writing this, but credit to Anderson Cooper — this time, he actually asked some solid questions.

The same media whose ratings-chasing helped push Trump to celebrity status during the primaries is at it again. They’re turning Ocasio-Cortez into a celebrity du jour.

Forget about how she spouts nonsense that gets her a Four Pinocchios rating. (Which Cooper called her out on.) She’s earnest and sincere. That’s what really counts in a policymaker, these days, right?

Sadly, there may be more truth in that jab than we care to admit.

She’s now playing the media darling angle for all she’s worth. And she’s got a good sense of how she needs to play to her base.

Her ideas are still hot garbage — true. But her loyalists won’t give a damn about that trifling detail.

“Do you believe President Trump is a racist?” Cooper asked.

“Yeah. Yeah. No question,” the 29-year-old replied.

“When you look at the words that he uses, which are historic dog whistles of white supremacy,” she said.

“The president certainly didn’t invent racism,” she said. “But he’s certainly given a voice to it and expanded it and created a platform for those things.”

Contacted for comment the Deputy White House Press Secretary said this.

“Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez’s sheer ignorance on the matter can’t cover the fact that President Trump supported and passed historic criminal justice reform…” [emphasis added]

And ignorance is the perfect word for her.

In another segment of the interview Ocasio-Cortez defended herself by telling Cooper that being correct on facts was not all that important.
Source: Federalist

Her weak ideas got systematically deconstructed Twitter-style.

And in case that wasn’t enough, here’s a little PaulJosephWatson to finish her off.

She may be good at harnessing the media, but eventually, people are going to notice she’s a little bit of an intellectual lightweight.

You’ve been elected AOC. Maybe it’s time to read a book. Something by Sowell, perhaps, to get you started.

In the meantime, we’ll enjoy those record-breaking jobs reports. The ones that are elevating the wealth and job prospects of everyone in her Intersectional hierarchy pyramid, whether they voted for him or not.

Because unlike HER socialist policies — Trump’s work. They gave us one helluva ride in the 80s, and they look like they could do it again.