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Nancy Pelosi needs to get control of the House members in party ASAP.
After Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez falsely and dangerously accused Ted Cruz of attempting to have her murdered, Senator Chip Roy wrote a letter directly to Pelosi damanding an apology from AOC.
A total of 13 GOP lawmakershave now signed said letter.
Meanwhile, nobody on the democrat side of the aisle has lifted a finger in holding the deranged congresswoman accountable for her actions.
Joe Biden promised us unity.
That was clearly a lie.
If the democrat party continues to allow this sort of criminal behavior from their own members to continue, there will never be unity.
Newsmax has more on Senator Chip Roy's letter to Pelosi:
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., must apologize to Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, for saying he nearly got her "murdered" during the U.S. Capitol riot, according to a letter from Republican lawmakers.
Thirteen fellow Republicans joined Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, who wrote House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., condemning Ocasio-Cortez's comments on Twitter and demanding an apology, per the Daily Caller on Monday.
"We believe this is completely unacceptable behavior for a member of Congress to make this kind of scurrilous charge against another member, in the House or Senate, for simply engaging in speech and debate regarding electors as they interpreted the Constitution," the letter read. "We ask you to call on her to immediately apologize and retract her comments."
On Friday, Roy wrote Pelosi slamming Ocasio-Cortez after she responded to a tweet from Cruz on Thursday.
Lauren Boebert is one of the GOP members who signed the letter.
She has been very critical of AOC's rhetoric on Twitter:
In two short years, AOC has proven to be one of the most vile politicians of all time.
She is extremely dishonest and she attempts to portray herself as the victim at every chance, even if it means spreading dangerous lies that could endanger the lives of her fellow constituents.
Her comments lately are simply uncalled for...
Perhaps AOC is feeling cornered after these vile comments, as she's yet again back to playing the victim.
She conveniently chose this time to let everyone know that she was once the victim of sexual assault.
Why bring that up now?
She answered that question herself...
She says that those who are telling her to move on from the Capital riot, are "using the same tactics of the abusers" who commit sexual assault.
That is yet another dangerously bold claim from the young congresswoman.
Here's more on AOC's revelation from Fox News:
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., revealed Monday that she is a survivor of sexual assault while she was talking to followers on Instagram Live.
Ocasio-Cortez spoke to about 100,000 viewers about last month's riot at the Capitol and said she was getting emotional over calls to move on from the incident. She said that is the same tactic employed by "abusers."
The New York Post reported that she opened up how she took cover in her office and overheard someone say, "Where is she? Where is she?"
She said that she thought she was going to die.
"I have never been quieter in my entire life," she said, according to the paper. It turned out that the person was a Capitol police officer she said, but the fear was gripping.