Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., makes an objection to a Republican argument as the House Oversight and Reform Committee considers whether to hold AG William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, June 12, 2019. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

As Red State‘s Streiff wrote this morning, perpetually outraged Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) went ballistic after finding out a teenage group of McConnell campaign volunteers “groped” a cardboard cut out of her and boasted about it on social media.

Here was her tweet:

As of this writing, the tweet has been retweeted almost 50,000 times, and “liked” close to 180,000 times.

The McConnell campaign blasted back in a fiery response:

…. which to AOC, of course, means McConnell condones violence against women or something:

Note: The McConnell campaign did not say “boys will be boys.” That was a made-up summary from the Daily Beast, which AOC then parroted without question.

Some of the responses to the photo tweet AOC quote retweeted apparently included the names and other private information of some of the teenage boys in the photograph, using a despicable left-wing practice known as “doxxing.”

I should also note that Ocasio-Cortez also irresponsibly posted a close-up photo of the teens but then later deleted it (here’s the original link, which AG Conservative responded to while it was still up):

Here’s the deleted tweet:

As a result of the doxxing – and the calls for violence against the Sen. Majority leader and his family at his home Sunday night, the McConnell campaign has alerted law enforcement:

Good. It’s about high time that AOC and her Mob Squad are held to the same standards everyone else is when it comes to accusations of “incitement” or “harassment.”

AOC has a very large following and she d*mned well knows what she’s doing when she tweets out stuff like that. These were teenagers, and if she was that concerned about she would have taken the issue directly to McConnell instead of putting the teens on blast to her millions of disturbed sycophants.

It’s almost like the Covington kids story all over again, except the media aren’t the ones doing the doxxing. They’re just gleefully reporting on AOC’s tweet about the “groping”, naturally.

AOC should apologize for inciting the mob to dox these teenagers, or by her own rules she condones them. But she won’t because she knows her mainstream media cheerleaders won’t remind her she should practice what she preaches.

Wash, rinse, repeat. It never ends.

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