AOC's Chief of Staff Echoes 'Concentration Camps,' Compares Dems Supporting Humanitarian Aid at the Border to Jim Crow

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a winner of a Democratic Congressional primary in New York, addresses supporters at a fundraiser Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)



In case you haven’t heard, Americans in favor of brown people being immigrants — that is, coming into the land of the free and home of the brave via its immigration system — are anti-brown-people-immigrants.

I haven’t quite been able to make sense of it yet, but that’s the word on the street.

And AOC’s chief of staff — Saikat Chakrabarti — is apparently no stranger to the street.


The tweet was in reference to H.R.3401 — the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act. It “provides $4.5 billion in FY2019 emergency supplemental appropriations to federal departments and agencies for humanitarian assistance and security to respond to migrants attempting to enter the United States at the southern border.”

After deleting his post, Saikat tried to clarify:

It’s as if someone “kidnapped a bunch of children”??

Next, “concentration camps” (here, here, and here):

Saikat uses the word “immigrants” here, but he clearly has no intention to mean immigrants (as described at the beginning of this article):

If you’re into border laws, you’re like the KKK:


Ladies and gentlemen, I give you history’s highest-ranking Grand Wizard:



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