Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can be a real snowflake at times. Plus, she has a history of saying – and doing – outrageous things. She pushes a dangerous socialist ideal that stands to put every American in this country at risk.
But this time, we were truly shocked.
It turns out AOC abused the bible in her efforts, trying to manipulate scripture for her own benefit. We all know what the Bible says about that, right?
- We could tell you what AOC said, but hell, let’s just share the tweet with you directly so you can see it in all its awful brazenness:
Usury – aka high interest – happens to be explicitly denounced in the Bible (& in many other religions).
Looking forward to having the religious right uphold their principles + sign onto my bill. 😇
Unless of course they’re only invoking religion to punish women + queer people. https://t.co/h7FxTaMxKb
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) May 17, 2019
- Yes, you’re seeing that right. AOC invoked the Bible to try and push the same bill she co-authored with socialist candidate Bernie Sanders. And she thinks that using the Bible in her crusade for destruction will somehow “win” her support from the religious right.
- The fact that she also took the time to insult the same religious right she wants support from is part and parcel for AOC. This is what she does; give backhanded sass and sarcasm. Then, she wonders why no one wants to give her the time of day, in politics or otherwise.
- Remember, folks… this is the same AOC who wants to charge you a “Carbon tax” and impeach the President – even though there has been no evidence of collusion since 2016. The same Left-leaning wingnut who tweeted about abortion last week, trying to claim new guidelines “ban sex.”
- “Abortion bans aren’t just about controlling women’s bodies,” she said. “They’re about controlling women’s sexuality. Owning women. From limiting birth control to banning comprehensive sex ed, US religious fundamentalists are working hard to outlaw sex that falls outside their theology.”
Apparently AOC thinks it’s okay to use scripture in vain to push an agenda. We can’t say we agree – but it’s really not up to us to judge her for her sins. You all know who handles that.