Zing: Ted Cruz Drops Facts and Then Some on AOC After She Accuses Him of Supporting Neo-Nazism

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As we reported yesterday, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris both pressed pause on the whole “unity and healing” thing to take vicious swipes at their political opponents in the aftermath of the violence and chaos that occurred on Capitol Hill Wednesday.

Biden in particular especially took the low road in making references to Nazism when asked about Republican Sens. Ted Cruz (TX) and Josh Hawley (MO) and if they “should resign” after voicing objections to some of the Electoral College votes.

After hearing of Biden’s remarks, Cruz took to the Twitter machine Friday afternoon to point out how the vile accusations were not in line with Biden’s whole message of unity and healing political divisions:

Apparently still stewing over how Cruz had schooled her Thursday on how “leading a debate in the Senate on ensuring election integrity is doing our jobs”, admitted socialist and radical Squad leader Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thought she’d give attempting to dunk him another try, accusing him of supporting Neo-Nazism:

Cruz proceeded to turn her argument around her, noting how AOC and her fellow Squad members Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley blocked a resolution that condemned anti-Semitism in 2019:

AOC then tried to prove him wrong by proclaiming she did indeed vote for the resolution in question:

Except she didn’t. She supported the more watered-down version at the time so as not to offend her anti-Semitical colleague Omar. Cruz corrected AOC on this point and then dropped the inconvenient fact that she and the Squad are not in a position to fling incendiary accusations at anyone when it comes to supporting extremist movements considering their support for the anti-Israel BDS movement:

Game, set, match: Cruz.

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