AOC picks fight with Republican who set her face on fire in ad … and she’s not winning this one

SG Elizabeth Heng SG AOC
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played the race card on Republican Elizabeth Heng after Heng ran a fiery ad blasting AOC’s support of socialism. (screenshots)

Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played the Race Card on Republican Congressional candidate Elizabeth Heng after Heng ran a fiery ad slamming AOC’s dangerous socialist policies.

The ad aired during the Democratic primary debate last night. The commercial opened with a photo of Ocasio-Cortez that catches fire, revealing a somber image of the millions of people who died in Cambodia under socialism.

The ad features Elizabeth Heng, a Cambodian-American who’s the founder of a PAC called “New Faces GOP.”

During the ad spot, Heng narrates: “This is the face of socialism and ignorance. Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez know the horrors of socialism? My father was minutes from death in Cambodia before a forced marriage saved his life. That’s socialism. Forced obedience, starvation.”

Heng continues: “Mine is a face of freedom. My skin is not white and not I’m outrageous, racist, nor socialist. I’m a Republican.”


(Source: New Faces GOP)

Predictably, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez got triggered and ranted on Twitter.

AOC fumed: “Republicans are running TV ads setting pictures of me on fire to convince people they aren’t racist. Life is weird!”

She added: “Know that this wasn’t an ad for young conservatives of color – that was the pretense. What you just watched was a love letter to the GOP’s white supremacist case.”

Elizabeth Heng fired back: “Not Republicans. Me. Are you really calling me a racist?”

She added: “I’m calling all Democrats out for supporting an evil ideology. Or are you just in Congress to hang out with celebrities and tweet out ridiculous ideas like the Green New Deal?”

Reminder: According to leftist ideology, a “minority cannot be racist,” only whites can.

So in your face, Bronx Bolshevik.

On her website, Heng — a Stanford graduate with an MBA from Yale (as contrasted to AOC’s bartending resume) — recounts the horrors of socialism, as experienced by her own parents:

“My parents lived through the torment and devastation caused by the evils of socialism, and I refuse to just stand idly by as progressive socialist leaders in Congress, the mainstream media, and Silicon Valley mock our generation and destroy American principles, under the guise of ‘progressivism.’

As a woman, a minority, and a conservative millennial, I am a fresh new face for the Republican Party and someone who will stand up to socialism in America.”

It’s not just Elizabeth Heng who has trashed Ocasio-Cortez’s championing of socialism, a failed ideology that has resulted in poverty and mass death.

In April, Democrat Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy sounded the alarm on the radical socialist policies being championed by members of her own party. Murphy did not name names, but was clearly referring to newbie Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

“I am offended by this whole conversation about socialism,” Murphy said. “The idea that in the greatest democracy — the greatest capitalist system in the world — we’re having a casual conversation about socialism, offends me.”

Stephanie Murphy is a two-term congresswoman who calls herself a “proud capitalist.”

Murphy, the first Vietnamese-American woman in Congress, says growing up in socialist Vietnam gave her firsthand experience of the failures and horrors of socialism.

Debate moderator destroys Kamala Harris, asks why she did nothing when she was atty genl

Samantha Chang

Senior Staff Writer
[email protected]

Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a law school graduate and a longtime financial editor.
Samantha Chang

Comments

Latest Articles