AOC Rambles Incoherently About Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

AOC Rambles Incoherently About Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

April 8, 2021

In a video conversation with Rabbi Michael Miller, executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, on April 1, radical Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) rambled incoherently about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

“I think that when we talk about establishing peace, and centering people’s humanities, protecting people’s rights, it’s not just about the ‘what’ and the end goal, which often gets a lot of focus. But I actually think it’s much more about the ‘how’ and the way that we are coming together and we interpret that ‘what’ and the actions that we take to get to that ‘what,’” AOC replied to a question about what steps could be taken to advance peace in the Middle East.

“What this really is about is that it’s a question more than anything else about process. We really need to make sure that we are valuing a process where all parties are respected, and have a lot of equal opportunity to really make sure that we are negotiating in good faith,” she continued. “The value of human rights is really the path to peace here.”

“That’s a central thing that we need to make sure that we value the safety and the human rights of Israelis and we value the safety and human rights of Palestinians in that process that is similar on equal footing,” AOC blathered. “Just like here in the United States, I don’t believe that children should be detained. I think that starting on those basic principles of human rights, we can build a path to peace together.”

Twitter lit up with mockery for AOC’s substance-less rambling. “This sounds like she is giving a oral book report in front of the class on a book that she has never read,” one Twitterer wrote. Another tweeted, “She would have been better off with an interpretive dance.”

© Copyright 2024,