It seems that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has gone too far this time, so much so that even some of the biggest Democrat supporters on television have turned against her.
Representative Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., was the subject of the conversation on Thursday, "the liberal gabfest" attacking the rookie's controversial comments in which she stated that the House of Representatives president Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. "She and her colleagues based on their race.
"When these comments started for the first time, I thought she was keeping the progressive flank further away from the arm in order to protect the more moderate limbs, which I understood," Ocasio-Cortez said. at the Washington Post on Wednesday.
On Thursday, during "The View," the organizers – especially Whoopi Goldberg – had harsh words for AOC and the rest of his "team" in the midst of an increasingly bitter feud.
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"I think it 's more than BS," said Goldberg after mentioning the race charge. Goldberg was upset by the fact that young lawmakers criticized the effectiveness of change in the Pelosi government, Senator Dianne Feinstein of D-Calif. And other older Democrats.
She then sent a message to the younger members of Congress: "Do not forget that the people who are here today – all of you young, you are on the shoulders of a whole group of people who are come before you, and you have to stop the discount. "
Co-host Joy Behar expressed grief at the team's criticism, urging them to focus on President Trump's exit from the White House.
"Ladies, ladies, it's like – it's discouraging – it's as if the enemy was the guy who was tweeting in his restroom," said Behar. Like Goldberg, she rejected the idea that Pelosi harbored racist sentiments.
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"I do not know if I'll go right now – it's like? Really, it's where you go right now? I thought it was a bit too much, frankly."
Goldberg also hit the freshmen for their apparent lack of compromise. "Women of color, watch me now, let's keep this in mind, do you think Nancy Pelosi wanted to pass a half-empty bill?" "No, the moderates were the problem and I would say to these women." It seemed to allude to the bill on border funding that fueled much of the controversy surrounding Ocasio-Cortez and other party members.
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She added that if Ocasio-Cortez and others were not trying to convince the moderates, they should not complain about the legislation. "If you're not going to do that, you do not have the right to talk about that."
During the broadcast of "The View", Pelosi answered a question about the quarrel during his weekly press briefing. "I said what I am going to say to caucus … it is there that it is appropriate." She added that even though Ocasio-Cortez and others might have "offended", she would not discuss the issue further.
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Her press conference followed a caucus meeting in which she warned House Democrats who planned to launch Twitter attacks on other members. At Thursday's press conference, she said her warning came after members asked her to answer the Ocasio-Cortez chief of staff, who was comparing moderate Democrats to segregationists.
Pelosi also hit the team for his unbalanced presence on Twitter compared to the number of votes actually won in the House. "All these people have their audience and their Twitter universe," she said before pointing out that they only got four votes.