Young conservative in burning face ad: ‘I don’t care about AOC’s feelings’

(Screenshots from MSNBC/KSEE 24 YouTube)

Elizabeth Heng has some things to say to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Heng — who is behind the New Faces GOP PAC which aired a negative ad about AOC and Dems during Thursday night’s Democratic debate — took to Twitter to respond to AOC’s recent meltdown.

“@AOC response is the Democratic party in a nutshell. They are more offended by truthful words than the acts of their political ideology that has killed millions of innocent victims. I don’t care about @AOC feelings — I care about stopping her lies about the lies of socialism,” Heng tweeted.

AOC predictably played the race card after Heng’s ad called her out for her support of socialism.

The ad showed a photo of AOC’s face burning. It then cuts to an image of the millions of people who died in Cambodia under socialism.

“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 narrates during the commercial.

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

AOC had a meltdown in reaction to the ad.


(Source: New Faces GOP)

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

She later 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.”

In more tweets directly firing back at AOC, Heng said, “Not Republicans. Me. Are you really calling me a racist?”

She later tweeted, “Not Republicans. Me. Are you really calling me a racist @aoc? 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?”

Heng’s refusal to stand down has earned her plenty of support on social media.

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