Former law enforcement officials called out socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) for using a violent sexual term on Wednesday in an interview that was published in The Washington Post. . .
The 29-year-old former bartender, who describes herself as “Alex from the Bronx,” used the term in the following exchange:
Ocasio-Cortez: I was surprised and I was annoyed because it was a new tack. They’ve been for a very long time focusing on taking quotes out of context or manipulating them or making it seem as though I said things that I didn’t say. This was different in that it was an outright fraudulent thing. You can tell that they’re getting into hysterics because now you’re getting into my actual body, which is definitely crossing a level, definitely crossing a line.
I also think it’s encouraging because this is my sixth day in Congress and they’re out of all their artillery. The nude is supposed to be like the bazooka. You know, like, “We’re going to take her down.” Dude, you’re all out of bullets, you’re all out of bombs, you’re all out of all this stuff. What have you got left? I’m six days into the term, and you already used all your ammo. So enjoy being exhausted for the next two years while we run train on the progressive agenda.
The Washington Free Beacon noted that while Ocasio-Cortez most likely meant “she and her fellow liberal Democrats would enthusiastically pursue their agenda items, ‘run train’ is known as a crude sexual term, which is sometimes used to denote acting in an aggressive manner.”
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) January 16, 2019
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