(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) During a town-hall-style Q&A session with her Bronx constituents on Wednesday Rep. Alexandria Ocasio–Cortez, D-N.Y., was shouted down by anti-war protesters for her support of the Biden administration’s proxy war with Russia—which some, including President Joe Biden himself, fear could push us to the brink of “nuclear armageddon.”
The protestors—some believed to have been supporters of AOC’s midterm opponent, Tina Forte, criticized the socialist congresswoman for approving military and financial aid to Ukraine, according to The Liberty Daily.
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“None of this matters unless there’s a nuclear war, which you voted to send arms and weapons to Ukraine,” one of the protesters yelled at Ocasio–Cortez.
“Tulsi Gabbard, she’s left the Democratic Party because they are war hawks!” he added. “You ran as an outsider, yet you’ve been voting to start this war in Ukraine, you’re voting to start a third nuclear war with Russia and China!”
A second protester picked up where the first left off, praising red-pilled former Rep. Gabbard for standing up to the Democrats. He accused AOC of being complicit with “Ukrainian Nazis” by sending them millions of dollars and called her a coward.
He then asked her to denounce the Democratic party.
“I believed in you and you became the very thing you sought to fight against,” the protestor added. “That’s what you’ve become. You are the Establishment and you are the reason why everybody will end up in a nuclear war.”
The protestor noted that despite running as a so-called democratic socialist, the “Squad” leader has fallen in line behind House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., on several issues related not only to the war in Ukraine but other pro-Establishment causes that ignore the interests and wishes of her constituents.
Leftists have attempted to smear her GOP campaign rival, Forte, with baseless claims that she is a Q’Anon supporter and was present for the Jan. 6, 2021 uprising at the U.S. Capitol, which AOC claimed was a trauma akin to being sexually assaulted—despite her having been in a building several hundred yards away.