In a tense world of ever-growing threats, it’s good to know that we can still count on unintentional comic relief from New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocarina-Quartets!
The far, far, far Left congresswoman is well known along with Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley for being part of a radical group called “The Squat” which meets, appropriately, in adjoining lady’s room stalls.
But acting on her own, the once-and-future bartender recently hosted an online town hall meeting during which she was asked about New York City’s sudden and dramatic rise in violent crimes…
“Maybe this has to do with the fact that people aren’t paying their rent and are scared to pay their rent,” she replied in a sentence only intelligible to Joe Biden. “So they go out and they need to feed their child and they don’t have money so…they feel like they either need to shoplift some bread or go hungry.”
Which would have been a perfectly good answer if Jean Valjean was in the midst of an extended murder spree or if the city was wracked by violent mobs of #BreadLoavesMatter agitators. But because neither of those is the case, it seems more likely that the congresswoman simply pulled the reply from her derriere in order to characterize violent criminals as innocent victims and responsible parents, while not mentioning New York City’s defunding of its police force and the city’s “catch and release” measures which put criminals back on the streets as quickly as possible.
Both of which policies, we’re sure, the congresswoman considers to be the best things since sliced, albeit stolen, bread.
Posted by Stilton Jarlsberg at 12:01 AM
This article is republished with permission from our friend Stilton Jarlsberg at Stilton’s Place
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