Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Tells Her Followers To "Fight From The Streets" To Block Trump SCOTUS Nomination

 The announcement of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday night sent shockwaves through the nation, primarily because her passing opens up the opportunity for President Donald Trump to appoint an unprecedented third judge to the High Court in his first term.

But within literal minutes of news of her death, radical Democrats and their supporters immediately took to social media to threaten violence in the streets should President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell push through a new nominee before November’s presidential election.

One of the most radical, progressive Democrats in the party, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, apparently led the charge to call for actual violence in a bizarre Instagram video on Friday night. In the video rant, she referenced Ginsburg’s alleged dying wish, which was that she didn’t want to be replaced by Trump.

“If Mitch McConnell isn’t going to honor RBG’s final wish, we will. We will. And we have to.” Ocasio-Cortez said. “No president is the answer. Mass movements are the answer. We can, and must, fight. It will require each and every one of us, from the streets to the Senate.”

AOC went on to blabber about how worried she is about the potential for a conservative lock on the nation’s highest court, warning that issues like “reproductive rights” and “climate change” are at stake. 

“This kind of vacancy and this kind of tipping point is the difference between people having reproductive rights, and the government controlling people’s bodies for them. It’s the difference between us having a future and our climate or not,” AOC said.

But on the heels of a summer filled with nationwide riots, looting and destruction, her call for actual violence “from the streets” should be fully investigated should there be actual violence in the streets.

After all AOC reaches tens of millions of young people on social media, many of whom have severe cases of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

On Friday evening, conservative actor and comedian James Woods addressed the calls for violence by the left on Twitter, pointing out that the U.S. Constitution must be protected and reminded his followers that in times like these, the Second Amendment is more important than ever.

Woods then issued a stark warning to would-be rioters, suggesting that all of the failed efforts by Democrats and their supporters to undermine Trump’s presidency will come back to bite them. “Careful what you wish for,” Woods tweeted.

Make no mistake, if you thought the past six months with Covid-19 and race riots were bad, the timing of Justice Ginsburg’s death right before a major presidential election will bring out all of the crazies, especially if powerful voices on the left compel them to do so via social media.

Ocasio-Cortez, in one viral Instagram video, just set a gravely dangerous precedent for the next 45 days and any loss of life that becomes of it is blood on her hands.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Tells Her Followers To "Fight From The Streets" To Block Trump SCOTUS Nomination Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Tells Her Followers To "Fight From The Streets" To Block Trump SCOTUS Nomination Reviewed by CUZZ BLUE on September 21, 2020 Rating: 5

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