Man Who Attacked ICE Facility Used AOC-Like ‘Concentration Camp’ Rhetoric, MSM Silent


Double standard? The man who attacked an ICE facility used AOC-like ‘concentration camp’ rhetoric. While the MSM remains silent.

The MSM’s silence on the similarity between the rhetoric of the terrorist and the rhetoric of Ocasio-Cortez highlights a serious double-standard that needs to be addressed.

Here’s Ocasio-Cortez Instagram live video:

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Ocasio-Cortez outlandishly claimed: “The United States is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are. They are concentration camps. And, um, if that doesn’t bother you, I don’t, I don’t know, I like, we can have, okay whatever.”

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According to a local report, a man that authorities say attacked an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facility in Tacoma, Washington over the weekend repeatedly used the same “concentration camp” rhetoric which socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) injected into U.S. politics last month, in a manifesto that he allegedly wrote.

The attacker, whom The Daily Wire is not naming, identified himself as part of the far-left extremist group Antifa in the document, according to CBS-affiliate KIRO-7. The attacker “was armed with a rifle and incendiary devices that he was tossing at the Northwest Detention Center early Saturday morning.”

KIRO-7 adds: “Friends say he did make a statement in this manifesto he sent to them Friday night. In it he says, ‘i regret that i will miss the rest of the revolution,’ he wrote, ‘doing what i can to help defend my precious and wondrous people is an experience too rich to describe. i am antifa.’”

KIRO-7’s report included a link to the manifesto, where the attacker used the term “concentration camps” four times and referred to them as being “corporate for profit.”

Ocasio-Cortez injected the rhetoric into the national political discussion last month after she made the dubious claim during an Instagram live video. More

If he had been a skinhead, the MSM would still be talking about how President Trump’s rhetoric was the cause of the attack and we would be reading it in the liberal news for weeks but since the person was in Antifa we hear only crickets.

Funny, I never heard of a concentration camp where the people in it can leave any time they want to. Ie they can go back to their home country any time they want. They only stay in an effort to be admitted to the USA.

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