AOC Is “Sorry” for Censoring Others

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When children get in trouble, their initial response is often to say “I’m sorry.” Then, when you press the child to explain why they’re sorry, they might say “I’m sorry that I got caught.” It’s at this point that they need a moral compass instilled in them.

Clearly, that never happened with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

Earlier this year, AOC blocked former Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind on Twitter when he critiqued her too hard. He called out AOC’s reference to ICE detention centers as “concentration camps.” Naturally, as a Liberal would do, AOC blocked him in spite of the legal consequences for doing so as a government official.

AOC recently unblocked Hikind after he filed a lawsuit against her. A lawsuit she settled this week to avoid having to testify. She also commented on the matter emphasizing how sorry she is. We don’t know the details of the settlement but maybe the “apology” was part of the deal.

However, it seems that AOC is still getting away with blocking other Conservative figures.

Just another piece of evidence demonstrating that AOC isn’t fit to sit in her chair in Congress.

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