Ocasio-Cortez led a floor speech, slamming Rep. Yoho’s ’abusive language’

Ocasio-Cortez led a floor speech, slamming Rep. Yoho’s ’abusive language’

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, backed by a team of colleagues, led an hour of floor speeches on Thursday. She called out Ted Yoho for dehumanizing insults against her and slammed his apology as falling way short. She recounted how he accosted her on the Capitol steps Monday, put a finger in her face calling her ’disgusting,’ ’crazy,’ and ’dangerous.’ She later said he then called her a ’f---ing b---h.’

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Matthew
Matthew 2 weeks

This story shouldn’t be concerned with politics. One representative felt emboldened enough to openly call another representative a “f*cking b*tch” That’s not okay. Completely childish behavior and immensely immature.

solodolo
solodolo 2 weeks

She's a delusional politician and an idealogue but that congressman was wrong for the way he behaved, she has every right to defend herself against that kind of insidious, polemic, inappropriate language.

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