AOC and her pack of socialist dogs tried to delete this, but Americans need to see who they really are…
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s spokesman went on a tirade against her potential Republican opponent in 2020.
And then he deleted the tweet when he realized that it did not look appropriate for him or the Congresswoman that he represents, Fox News reported.
“Yo @RichValdes what in the actual f— makes you think you’re entitled to a debate with AOC,” her spokesman, Corbin Trent, said in a tweet on Sunday.
— Front Porch Politics (@FrontPorchRep) June 14, 2019
The tweet from Trent came the same day that Rep. Ocasio-Cortez ran from radio host Rich Valdes when he challenged her to a debate.
The challenge came at the Puerto Rican Day Parade and Valdes, who is considering campaigning against Ocasio-Cortez, said she ran from him.
“Pro tip: stalking her at a parade ain’t gonna make it any more likely to happen,” he said to Valdes in another tweet.
“I did indeed send that,” he said to The New York Post in a telephone interview about the incident. “I did indeed delete it. It didn’t seem that helpful.”
“I regret that so many people right from presidential candidates to right-wing commentators to random people that start organizations think that they’re entitled to people’s time,” he said.
“I think she’s spending a ton of time in the district talking about what she’s doing, talking about why she’s doing it and making a case for her policies,” he said.
But Valdes said that her spokesman’s comments, and her silence on it, says more about her than it does about him.
“If Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez condones her spokesperson’s belligerent behavior and language, that’s on her,” Valdes said.
“It speaks volumes to how much she respects civility and respectful civil discourse. Something we desperately need today,” he said.
Src: The Federalist Papers