Ocasio-Cortez just torched Kellyanne Conway for implying she didn’t care about massacre victims

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While Congress was on their Easter break, the normally frequent tweets from Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) slowed down to a crawl as she took a break to celebrate the holiday with her family.

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Senior White House Advisor Kellyanne Conway used the Twitter silence during this period as fodder to instigate a social media feud with the progressive representative in a reply to a now-deleted tweet that was critical of comments that Conway made on CNN castigating Ocasio-Cortez for loudly condemning the New Zealand mosque shootings but not commenting on the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.

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“I see officials who get a lot of airtime and ink, like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, congresswoman, who tweets many times about the mosque and never once about the Christians being killed in Sri Lanka,” Conway said during an interview with Jake Tapper this morning about President Trump’s response to the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville in 2017 that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer.

The steadfast congresswoman, now back from her holiday sojourn, saw Conway’s reference to her silence on the killings of Christians by Muslim terrorists this morning and felt compelled to defend herself against Conway’s insinuations of ignoring the tragedy for political purposes.

Representative Ocasio-Cortez replied with a lengthy Twitter thread that questioned the White House advisor’s motives for her attack and pointed towards much more horrific offenses perpetrated by the Trump administration that should more properly be held up for scrutiny.

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Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez’s blistering invocation of the Trump administration’s failures in regards to Puerto Rico and her rejection of Conway’s attempts to paint her as unsympathetic to the victims of the Sri Lanka massacre prove that she is not to be underestimated on her familiar turf of social media.

As of the publication of this article, Conway has yet to respond to Ocasio-Cortez’s reply to her attacks. Perhaps she knows better than to take on the Congresswoman in a medium where she has the home field advantage.

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