March 17, 2019
At 1st I thought of saying, “Imagine being told your house of faith isn’t safe anymore.”
But I couldn’t say “imagine.”
Because of Charleston.
What good are your thoughts & prayers when they don’t even keep the pews safe?pic.twitter.com/2mSw0azDN8
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) March 15, 2019
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has hilariously mocked the Moslems for being so stupid they think that praying to Allah is going to keep them from getting shot by Brenton Tarrant.
For some reason.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez drew backlash on Twitter after criticizing those who offered prayers after the mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand.
Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet sparked a firestorm of replies from people who criticized her for attacking those who chose to pray while absorbing the details of the heinous attacks.
“Just wow. Incredible nasty thing to say after a tragedy,” one woman wrote on Twitter, continuing in another post: “Even if you don’t believe in prayers don’t judge other because they do. Aren’t we supposed to love and accept everybody for what they believe and who they are ??”
Another person chimed in, calling Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet an “awful take,” adding that it’s “REALLY not the time to belittle people of faith.”
Ocasio-Cortez attempted to clarify her comments in another tweet, saying her “‘thoughts and prayers’ is reference to the NRA’s phrase used to deflect conversation away from policy change during tragedies.”
That’s not going to work, Alexandria. We can see right through your lies.
Thoughts and prayers are not going to save Moslems from the wrath of Brenton Tarrant. They didn’t save those who died at the mosques he attacked, and they won’t save those who will be tormented by his wrath in the wars to come.
There’s no way out for them other than subscribing to PewDiePie.
They must do that now, before it is too late.