It has been reported that far-left Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) on Saturday “refused to condemn” Black Lives Matter activists who demanded late last week that white people in Seattle need to give up their homes, according to the Daily Wire.

AOC made the remarks while speaking with reporters during a visit to a NYCHA housing complex in Queens. The New York Post reported that AOC “refused to condemn” the Black Lives Matter activists and instead suggested that politicians need to “establish just policies and address the core of issues of brutality,” though she did not go into detail or give examples of what she meant.    

“Since this is happening in Seattle, I don’t have as close of a view on what’s happening. Of course I represent New York’s 14th Congressional District, so I don’t know the details of the protests that are going on, but I think what’s really important is that we make sure people are safe and it’s important for us to enact legislation and policy that actually addresses the core reasons behind why all of this kind of disruption is happening,” AOC said, noting that “until we do that, this is going to keep occurring, whether we want it to or not.”

AOC told reported to “leave me alone” when they asked her if she considered running for higher office later on in her career.

Black Lives Matter activists stormed a neighborhood in Seattle late last week, screaming obscenities at residents and demanding that white people “give black people back their homes,” suggesting that the land the houses were built on was within a historically black neighborhood.

Among the absurdities blurted out by the Black Lives Matter activists, see the following:

“All y’all white motherf***ers get the f*** out our neighborhoods so we can go back to [inaudible]. Get the f*** out. Get the f*** out and give us our sh** back! Give us our sh** back. … Get the f*** out [and] give us our sh** back.”

“Pay the fee. Open your purse.”

“Get this back, man, we comin’ for it, reparations. Give us our sh** back. Give us our equity back.”

“Give us your house; give black people back their homes. You’re sitting their comfortably, comfortable as f*** and [inaudible] help gentrify this neighborhood. I used to live in this neighborhood … and my family was pushed out, and you’re sitting up there having a good time with your other white friends.”

“Hey, you work for Amazon, don’t you. You work for Amazon, don’t you? Because the majority of the people that live in the Central District now work for Amazon because it’s an easier commute to [inaudible]. Well, guess what? The guy you work for is part of the f***ing problem, too. So, let’s not act like you just are oblivious to the sh** because you knew about it all along, and you’re okay with it. But guess what? We’re not, and we’re bringing it to your front f***in door. So what the f*** do you plan to do about it?”

“We want it all. We want everything that we supposed to have. Period. And then some, too, because everything we supposed to have ain’t enough. It damn sure ain’t enough. Not for all the years that we didn’t have to suffer, it damn sure ain’t enough. You feel what I’m saying? So like, [dead] serious man, like –”

It is unclear how the ridiculous behavior on the part of Black Lives Matter activists is supposed to win over the hearts of white Americans leading up to the 2020 presidential election.  

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