Kellyanne Conway said four words that totally shut down Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez picked a fight with the wrong member of the Trump administration.
The socialist Congresswoman has been trying to regain the offensive since her comparison of illegal alien detention centers to Nazi death camps blew up in her face.
That ended when Kellyanne Conway said four words that totally shut down Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
During an appearance on Fox and Friends, Conway ripped Ocasio-Cortez for lying about the conditions at border detention facilities.
Ocasio-Cortez fabricated a story about migrants drinking water from toilets that drove the fake news media narrative for two days.
Conway called her out on this lie.
The Daily Caller reports:
“Chuck Schumer wants to talk about photo-ops?” Conway said on Tuesday morning’s edition of “Fox & Friends,” according to a Daily Beast article that Ocasio-Cortez posted. “I saw one yesterday. And it’s called Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez going down to one of these facilities and making this outrageous claim that a woman’s drinking from a toilet, which everybody who has control over that facility, or control for the border patrol has said that’s not true, they’ve not heard of this…
…“How many migrant women has Kellyanne Conway touched?” she tweeted along with the article. “Hugged? Sat on a concrete floor with? Actually listened to? The answer is none. Her actions show she doesn’t believe all human beings are worthy of basic dignity. That’s why she defends & muddies the clear and indefensible….
….“How many migrant women did @AOC help by voting AGAINST the $4.6 billion bipartisan humanitarian aid that is FOR THEM?” Conway tweeted. “(She even voted against the Democrat aid package). All talk, no dollars.”
That didn’t sit well with Ocasio-Cortez, who never lets a shot go unanswered.
She tried to defend herself by claiming Conway was indifferent to the treatment of illegal aliens.
But Conway had a response.
The Trump Senior Counselor called out Ocasio-Cortez for voting against $4.5 billion dollars in humanitarian aid that would have alleviated the problems Ocasio-Cortez claims exist.
Conway dismissed Ocasio-Cortez as “All talk, no dollars.”