Early Wednesday morning, Jonathan Weisman, an editor for the New York Times, sent out a now-deleted tweet:
“Saying @RashidaTlaib (D-Detroit) and @IlhanMN (D-Minneapolis) are from the Midwest is like saying @RepLloydDoggett (D-Austin) is from Texas or @repjohnlewis (D-Atlanta) is from the Deep South. C’mon.”
It didn’t take long for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to find something to be offended about. She later tweeted and accused him of using Trump’s talking points that diverse communities aren’t the real midwest.
They literally are, &this comment is what erasure looks like. HIGH TURNOUT from DEEP BLUE SEATS &being competitive everywhere is the core of a winning strategy.
It’s disturbing to see this Trump talking pt that dense, diverse communities “aren’t the REAL [America/Midwest/etc].” https://t.co/S97RillWbU
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) July 31, 2019
AOC needs to learn to mind her own business and focus on representing the people in her district. She spends so much time getting involved in everyone else’s business that she can’t tend to her own. Hopefully, her constituents will realize this and vote her out in 2020.
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