New York Democratic Rep. Alexander Ocasio-Cortez exchanged jabs with Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz on Twitter on Thursday in response to the growing immigration crisis on the southern border of the United States.
In response to a series of tweets by Ocasio-Cortez about the Democratic Party’s handling of illegally transboundary immigrant children, Cruz condemned the surge in the number of undocumented migrants.
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Ocasio-Cortez” explained the true Dem position: the abolition of ICE. Fully open borders. This will enable [Biden border crisis] What’s worse,” the Texas Republican wrote.
He added: “She said there is no other way. Really? Last year, our number of illegal immigrants was the lowest in 45 years. This year, our number of illegal immigrants was the highest in 20 years.”
Ocasio-Cortez hit back, reiterating the Senator’s decision to leave his hometown in February, one of the biggest crises in Texas in years.
She retorted in a tweet on Thursday: “Ted, this is a very wealthy man. They are people who fled their homes (and responsibilities) during an environmental crisis and crossed the border and sought asylum in Mexico.” “Furthermore. , You also provided funds for the cage, the expanded cage, but you are still complaining about the cage. You have no policy, just blow.”
She continued: “Maybe next time you don’t plan to leave work and go to Cancun for an umbrella drink, Mexico shouldn’t let you,” she added, “remind you that your resignation is overdue for 84 days. At least.”
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Thursday’s s talk is just the latest Twitter exchange between two big political wigs.
Since the beginning of January, Ocasio-Cortez and Cruz have been tweeting each other because New York Democrats accused Texas of inciting the US Congress on January 6. Violent attack on the building. The attack resulted in the deaths of five people, and the video tape showed pro-Trump supporters looking for officials such as Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Ocasio Cortez.
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Cruz called Ocasio-Cortez a “liar,” and the New York Democrats in turn rejected any request for comrades and told the Republicans in Texas that he almost “murdered” her.
She said in a tweet in January: “It’s great to work with other Republicans who have hardly tried to kill me.” “At the same time, if you want to help, you can resign.”