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Talk about having zero self-awareness Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Bernie Bros bad behavior to the toxic internet culture that AOC and her squad helped usher in.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) on Wednesday, during an interview on ABC’s The View that she attributed Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I., Vt.) supporters’ online attacks to toxic internet culture.

Of course, it’s not their fault that Bernie Sanders’ twittering twits are running amok.

“I think internet culture can often be very toxic,”

“I think that to a certain extent we have to always reject hate, reject vitriol, and denounce that kind of behavior…. We also know the amount of anonymous activity that happens on the internet and that simply is difficult—it is difficult to control. 

When you have like a Twitter handle with a bunch of numbers on it with two followers that are lobbing vitriol at you, we don’t know where that comes from.”

Wait. What? When AOC said “we don’t know where that comes from,” is she really saying… It’s COMING FROM RUSSIA!!!

 

AOC Pot Calling The Kettle Black

While AOC claimed innocence, she’s as guilty as anyone else, and the idiocy she spewed on The View just makes her out to be one of the biggest lying hypocrites on Social media.

AOC never uttered a word when her Twitter followers viciously attacked 8-year-old AOC Mini-Me so cruelly that her father fearing for her safety, closed down all her social media accounts.

And despite it becoming a trending news story, not one word from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to her supporters that they needed to stop their insane attacks on this poor child.

You can read our article: AOC Mini-Me Forced Off Social Media After AOC’s Mob Sends 8-Year-Old Death Threats




The View co-host Meghan McCain told AOC that for three years she’s been hearing from guests about the absolute vile posts from Bernie Bros.

McCain pointed out that she has been targeted by Bernie supporters with some of the vilest doctored photo’s that were so offensive it made her mother cry.

Carbzilla also asked Ocasio-Cortez how she felt about supporting a candidate who is tied to such vicious online attacks.

And whether AOC thought Sanders has done enough to try and stop the online abuse?

The freshman congresswoman said the Sanders campaign sends out messaging emails calling for good behavior.

“Yeah, I think he works very hard,” 

 “We send out messaging emails and you know what, I’ve been subject to a lot of this stuff from all sorts of pockets from the internet.”

“He’s got to do more,” co-host Whoopi Goldberg told Ocasio-Cortez. “He’s got to stand up and say it every day if he needs to: ‘Stop this, we’re not accepting it. It’s not good for us.'”

 

OMG! AOC and Bernie sent out emails telling his supporters “Please, be good.”

Do they realize they’re emailing a bunch of mental midgets living in their Mom and Dad’s basement?

Bernie and AOC’s be good or ‘Santa will leave you a lump of coal’ emails amounts to waving a red cape in front of an enraged immature bull.

Criticism of Sanders’s supporters has become a main line of attack in the lead-up to the Nevada debate tonight’s Democratic Presidential debate.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) has argued Sanders is responsible for controlling his supporters’ behavior after her accusation of sexism failed to halt his success at the polls.

A few days ago we reported that Michael Bloomberg blasted Bernie Sanders and his campaign for his Trump-like attacks against him and his supporters.

Just today we published an article about MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ co-host Joe Scarborough blistering a Sanders campaign manager for allowing such revolting attacks by his Bernie Bros to take place.

Scarborough claimed that the Sanders’ campaign looked the other way as their Bernie Bros supporters went so far as to lie that Bloomberg had a heart attack.

 







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