Marjorie Taylor Greene Crushes AOC: ‘Your Brand Is Fading, Old, Unattractive, Stale – You Hate Free Speech’

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene shut down radical Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) after the Democrat congresswoman trashed CNN for hosting President Donald Trump’s town hall.

AOC was outraged at CNN for giving Trump an hour in primetime to make his case to the American people, as Slay News reported.

“CNN should be ashamed of themselves,” AOC said.

“They have lost total control of this ‘town hall’ to again be manipulated into platforming election disinformation, defenses of Jan 6th, and a public attack on a sexual abuse victim.

“The audience is cheering him on and laughing at the host.

“This falls squarely on CNN.

“Everyone here saw exactly what was going to happen.

“Instead, they put a sexual abuse victim in harm’s way for views.

“This was a choice to platform lies about the election and Jan 6th with no plan but to have their moderator interrupted without consequence, AOC falsely claimed.

“What we also saw tonight was the consequence of doing that.

“They sacrifice their anonymity, they sacrifice their safety, and they sacrifice all of this because we continue to live in a society where an overwhelming amount of structures allow this abuse to happen and find it permissible.

“I think it was a profoundly irresponsible decision.

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“I don’t think that I would be doing my job if I did not say that.”

Enter Greene who dropped the hammer on AOC:

“You hate free speech and want to control the press,” Greene blasted AOC.

“Your brand is fading, old, unattractive, and stale.

“I would object to Biden’s electoral votes every day again and again if I could.”

READ MORE: Hunter Biden Files Ethics Complaint Against Marjorie Taylor Greene for ‘Verbal Abuses’

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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