Ocasio-Cortez: Trump would never attack me in person; ‘he’s scared’

Ocasio-Cortez: Trump would never attack me in person; ‘he’s scared’
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It’s true. She seems pretty fierce and likely picked up some street-fighting techniques growing up in Westchester County.

Then again, it was probably her fierce intellect that she had in mind. Earlier this week she boasted having come in second in a high school science fair. It doesn’t get any more cerebral than that.

Ocasio-Cortez offered up her assessment of Trump’s chicken-heartedness from the safety of a syndicated radio show. She was on “The Breakfast Club,” when host DJ Envy (himself something of a mega-genius) observed that the violent “Bernie Bros” are tougher on social media than in real life. He then segued into an analysis of whether Donald Trump’s bark is worse than his bite. “The president threw some shots at you that I think he would never say to your face,” he proffered.

“Oh no, he would not,” the mouse-voiced congresswoman opined.

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Host Envy fueled the flames by pointing out that the president had called her a “whack job.” Ocasio-Cortez shot back, “He never would, like, keep that same energy when he meets me.”

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Pretty Sure He’s Not Scared

Does President Trump strike you as somebody who would change his tune if he come face-to-face with a political adversary? Just yesterday, he laid out CNN’s Jim Acosta – a nearly daily event in his exchanges with the far-left reporter – on the world stage, suggesting he should be “embarrassed” by his network’s record in handling the truth.

“Your record is so bad that you ought to be ashamed of yourself,” he said … not scared … to Acosta’s face. “You have probably the worst record in the history of broadcasting.”

Ocasio-Cortez seems to be confusing the president’s relative decision to ignore her as an indication of fear. Last year at an NRCC fundraising dinner, Trump took a rare shot at her, mocking her Democratic colleagues for being “petrified” by a “bartender.”

The Squad Thinks They Intimidate Trump

Ocasio-Cortez’s comments do not mark the first time a “Squad” member claimed the president was afraid of them. Radical Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) implied that Trump and his supporters were intimidated by her because she’s “one beautiful package.”

The equally delusional Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) also claimed the president was “scared” of the Squad after he ripped her for a video showing her screaming and being dragged out of an event by security.

“He’s scared of us,” Tlaib said. “He’s afraid of women of color … because we’re not afraid of him and we’re not afraid to speak up and say that we have a white supremacist in the White House who has a hate agenda.”

If Trump has any fears where the Squad is concerned it is over the frightening tendency of the Left to defame the halls of Congress by filling it with mental lightweights like these.

Cross posted at the Mental Recession

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is editor of the Mental Recession, one of the top conservative blogs of 2012. His writings have appeared at the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record.

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