Pastor Dr. Scott: AOC can’t politicize Sri Lanka slaughter of Christians to use against Trump, so she ignored it

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is apparently not going to express grief or outrage about the horrific terror attacks in Sri Lanka, and people are taking note. Even liberal commentator Piers Morgan is calling AOC out …

At least 359 people died in the Easter Sunday bomb blasts and another 500 were wounded, including Americans. Radical Islamists have been blamed for the attacks, and ISIS has claimed responsibility. Some terror experts have stated the attacks are a direct response to the recent shooting in the New Zealand mosques.

Ocasio-Cortez is usually quick to launch tweets, especially when she believes there are political points to be scored. But the world is still waiting for some kind of indication from the freshman congresswoman on the Sri Lanka massacre.

It may be that we can glean a clue from a recent tweet she did send out in March when she wrote …


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She apparently has no belief, loyalty, or sympathy regarding Judeo-Christian people or values.

On “Hannity” last night, Pastor Dr. Darrell Scott said, “Well, to be honest, the reason I believe AOC has not commented on the Sri Lanka massacre is because she cannot politicize it and use it as a weapon to somehow disparage the Trump Administration.”

Scott continued, “With the massacre that happened in Christchurch, New Zealand, they were able to try to attribute it to Islamaphobia and by extension white nationalism, which by extension they would try to connect with the President’s immigration policies when he suggested an immigration ban on terrorist-supporting nations. And then they tried to misconstrue it into a Muslim ban.

“It’s political,” he said. “They’re trying to use these tragedies … if they can somehow politicize it, then use it as a weapon against the Trump administration or the Republican party, that’s what they do.

“When they can’t because of the fact that the President has a huge Christian base, they cannot use that unfortunate tragedy in Sri Lanka against the Trump administration, she’d (AOC) rather be silent.”

“I don’t know what her religious persuasion is,” said Dr. Scott, “but it’s very unfortunate that she has not commented on that. I really believe it’s because of her political leanings.”

 

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