Andy Barr calls on Congresswoman Alexandria Osasio-Cortez to apologize

Nellie Chapman
April 16, 2019

Ocasio-Cortez said she started her campaign on Facebook and that for a long time it was her "primary digital organizing tool". I think about it every once in a while, but this is pretty hard already, ' Ocasio-Cortez said.

In appearing to be the new Fox Business and Fox News "boogeyman" replacement for former U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) has - unlike her predecessors - deftly handled ongoing ham-handed tactics by conservative lawmakers and media to get her to keep quiet, according to The Guardian.

A spokesman for congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez's office told the Herald-Leader's Washington Bureau that she does not plan on apologizing.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has been dubbed the Beyoncé of politics, could follow in the footsteps of Jeremy Corbyn after being invited to speak by festival organisers. "Do you believe this should affect USA policy to the state of Israel?" co-host Michael Isikoff asked.

Ocasio-Cortez's voice then dropped to a whisper. "Can you imagine if no one ends up on the throne and they transition to democracy?" she said.

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YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat have now overtaken Facebook as the most popular social media networks, the study found. "She got away with chasing Amazon out of NY, and she isn't afraid of JPMorgan and Citigroup, no matter how many people they employ in her district".

The Congressional Progressive Caucus, however, includes 78 members of the House of Representatives and Senator Bernie Sanders, according to its website.

During the interview, Ocasio-Cortez pointed to negative health consequences as a reason to scale back on social platforms.

Ocasio-Cortez, in an interview on the Yahoo News podcast "Skullduggery", said social media has become a "public health risk" leading to "increased isolation, depression, anxiety, addiction, escapism".

"But I think that we need to expand what those policy conversations are because I would-as just a citizen of this country-I would be very concerned if Trump started really pursuing more and more and more increasingly unsafe policies, and everyone just standing aside saying this is normal", she said. I think that, if a window opens and I feel like I can do well, and do better, and offer more to people, then I would consider it.

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