Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is being hauled off to court. She is furious about it, but there’s nothing she can do. Justice has arrived.
The socialist congressman’s “use of Twitter is landing her hot water, with several people filing suit against her for blocking them on the platform,” reported One America News Network (OAN) in a recent newscast.
OAN’s Ryan Girdusky interviewed one of the plaintiffs, Dov Hikind — a Democrat and former member of New York’s legislature who has “an ongoing lawsuit” against Ocasio-Cortez.
“Very, very excited,” said Hikind. “November fifth, eleven o’clock in the morning, AOC will be on the stand. The big question from the judge, from everybody, why did you block me, Dov Hikind?”
“Five million followers, one of the few people she had a problem with was me,” he continued. “When her campaign manager was on the stand … and was asked why AOC blocked me, she didn’t have an answer.”
Girdusky noted that AOC blocked Hikind after he tried to correct her comments about “concentration camps” being on the border. Hikind, a Jewish man, said he found this, in particular, to be “one of the most objectionable things.”
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