There are no shortage of ways in which the liberal left will demean Donald Trump, (we needn’t look any farther than this latest impeachment fiasco to understand this), but there are still some surprises to be had when it comes to their avenues of attack.
One of the most vocal anti-Trump voices within the Democratic Party is bartender-turned-Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, who this week made an unbelievable allegation against the President of the United States.
From an interview with Yahoo News:
“We’re kind of knee-deep here in impeachment inquiry and so at this point, I think we’re beyond the question as to whether Trump has committed a crime or whether he’s violated the Constitution,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “He’s clearly engaged in extortion and bribery.”
“The question is how many other people in his administration have been engaged in similar – who are implicated in this behavior, in this plot, rather,” she continued, adding that it’s “not just Trump, but who else is going to be implicated in this.”
While this patently incorrect statement is bizarre enough, AOC would go on to attack the President and White House Adviser Stephen Miller with accusations of an even stranger nature.
Ocasio-Cortez, who has determined Trump committed a crime, said the question is now “how many crimes have been potentially committed and who else has committed them.”
She also accused the president of trying to undermine the process via “witness intimidation” and added that he “clearly threatened … quite a few people who testified.”
That, she said, demonstrates a “disturbing pattern,” which is embodied by his employment of White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller. That, she claimed, proves that Trump “clearly believes in eugenics.”
“Clearly believes in eugenics”.
Ocasio-Cortez just insinuated that the President is a Hitler-level racist…again.
The definition of “eugenics”, from Google:
- the science of improving a human population by controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics. Developed largely by Francis Galton as a method of improving the human race, it fell into disfavor only after the perversion of its doctrines by the Nazis.
This is the sort of conspiracy theory balderdash that is normally peddled by kooks such as Alex Jones and the like, and has absolutely no place in the halls of Congress.
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