Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Latest Over-Dramatic Newsletter Is Stuffed to the Brim With Blatant Hate

It’s apparent that the far-left is rife with racism and bigotry, and socialist darling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York is no exception.

Ocasio-Cortez sent out a newsletter on Wednesday filled with all the fearmongering about the evil white Republicans you’d expect from someone so gripped by identity politics and social justice.

As Paul Bois of the Daily Wire points out, Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t make one campaign promise with the exception of protecting people from “white supremacist forces” originating from the influence of President Donald Trump:

“Six days from now, we can defeat the brutal white supremacist forces of anti-Semitism, anti-immigrant nativism, and racism,” says the famed socialist. “We can hold accountable the cold-hearted monsters who have repeatedly attacked our health care. We can send a message to the bigots and billionaires that this country belongs to all of us. We can win if we show up on November 6. We must end Republican control of Congress and begin to reclaim our nation.”

Ocasio-Cortez links the Tree of Life Synagogue shooter to Trump, despite proven reports that he hated Trump for not hating Jewish people, and offered an over-dramatic “path out of the darkness” if she and her fellow Democrats are elected according to Daily Wire:

A Democratic majority will not bring back the eleven Jewish people in Pittsburgh, massacred while they prayed. Or the two Black people gunned down days before at a Kroger grocery store in Kentucky. It won’t fully stop the relentless attacks against immigrants in America.

But on Sunday evening, Pittsburgh mourners—angry and broken-hearted like us—chanted ‘Vote! Vote! Vote!’ They understand the magnitude of the midterm election six days from today: that it affords us the chance to forge a powerful bulwark against Donald Trump’s hate and hold accountable the Republicans who have been complicit in every step of his toxic, self-serving, and destructive agenda. We must offer a path out of the darkness.

After painting herself as a triumphant underdog of a hero who barely won her primary election against Democrat Joe Crowley — she actually won against him with a 15 point lead — Ocasio-Cortez makes her election a life-or-death situation for voters against the racist xenophobes of the right, according to the DailyWire:

This is our chance to take action in solidarity with everyone whose lives are threatened by the hate-filled policies of Trump and the GOP.

Our chance to push back against white supremacist forces across our nation, against the xenophobes who are militarizing the border, against the bigots who seek to erase our transgender families, against the apologists for sexual assault and the Islamophobes who sow hate to divide us.

She really gave it the works.

Of course, the right is not filled to the brim with white supremacists, xenophobes, or whatever “ist” and “phobe” the left is only far too happy to throw around. As it stands, the only attack from a Trump supporter was with horribly put together bombs, most of them fake, or so horribly put together that they couldn’t have hurt anyone according to the New York Times. While this isn’t remotely okay, fake bombs pale in comparison to the results we’ve seen of the racism and bigotry of the left.

At this time, the left is currently sporting and supporting domestic terror groups like Antifa and radicalized socialists that like to shoot up baseball fields filled with high-ranking Republicans, as well as Democrats who physically assault GOP officials. Don’t forget that people shot at a Republican headquarters with firearms.

Despite the fact that the leftist media and politicians continue to say that the rhetoric coming from the right is causing serious damage to our country, the left seems to use the same language as Ocasio-Cortez with reckless abandon, then seemingly fails to acknowledge, if not defend, the people committing crimes against the right as Chris Cuomo did for Antifa.

CNN’s Don Lemon took the same tack as Ocasio-Cortez and labeled the vast majority of white, male Trump supporters as radicalized terrorists. Yet when violence against the right happens, they make no efforts to analyze their own words and actions.

Hypocrisy and bias I get. We’re all guilty of it, but when you practice what you consider the gravest sin currently being experienced in our society and claim said sin is inspiring violence, then your removal from your position should be prompt.