AOC Calls for a Boycott of the New York Post After Calling Out Omar On Latest Cover


According to socialists and members of the House Antisemitism Caucus, directly quoting what a liberal says is boycott-worthy.

AOC is now calling for a boycott of the New York Post after they posted Ilhan Omar’s comment about 911 being something some people did along with a picture of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. All they did was compare her words to the actual attacks. Too bad that liberals aren’t as upset when the NYT, the WaPo, CNN or MSNBC promotes fake news as they are by the truthful depiction as demonstrated by the Post.

From The Gateway Pundit

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), whose 14th Congressional District is comprised of parts of the Bronx and Queens in New York City, is promoting a boycott of hometown paper the New York Post by an Arab Muslim merchant group outraged over the paper’s graphic April 11 front page attacking Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) over her dismissive comment about the September 11, 2001 Islamist terror attack, “Some people did something”.

Ocasio-Cortez applauded the boycott initiated by the Yemeni American Merchants Association (YAMA), posting to Twitter on Saturday, “Two years ago, Bodega owners across NYC (& cheered by neighbors)shut their shops citywide to protest Trump’s #MuslimBan. Today, that same community is banding together to reject sales of the NY Post at bodegas citywide. This is what real unity (& NYC solidarity) looks like”

Pamela Geller said about the boycott, “NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page: Now we see what side people are on, where they really stand on the 9/11 jihad attacks against America. For this we owe the traitor Omar a great debt.”

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