Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez just found herself in a whole heap of trouble.
The freshmen Democrat is neck deep in a scandal that threatens to upend the Democrat Party.
And this one question sent Ocasio-Cortez running for her life.
The fake news media latched on to the Women’s March back on inauguration weekend in 2017 to try and show how much the country hated Donald Trump and regretted electing him.
So-called “journalists” fanned out across the country and boosted the march – where women and men that identified as liberal feminists donned trademark pink hats – as the opening salvo in the “resistance” against Donald Trump.
However, there was a dark underbelly to the Women’s March.
It turned out the organizers – like radical Islamic activist Linda Sarsour – were accused of being rabid anti-Semites.
Freshmen Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez attended a Women’s March rally in New York and was confronted by Jewish conservative journalist Laura Loomer.
Rather than respond to the explosive charges, a bewildered Ocasio-Cortez fled the scene.
Right-wing activist Laura Loomer confronts socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY): “Why are you standing with people who openly support Hamas, a terrorist organization that kills Jewish people?”
Ocasio-Cortez wouldn’t answer. pic.twitter.com/lP3zdFdPuU
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 20, 2019
The specter of anti-Semitism hovered over the Women’s March for months after Tablet Mag published an exposé about the horrific bigotry against Jewish people that ran rampant in the event’s leadership.
And in recent days, Women’s March higher-ups did nothing to dispel the notion that they harbor anti-Semitic beliefs.
Women’s March co-President Tamika Mallory appeared on PBS’s Firing Line hosted by liberal “Republican” Margaret Hoover and refused to acknowledge Israel has a right to exist.
“I have said many times that I feel everyone has a right to exist, I just don’t feel anyone has a right to exist at the disposal of another group,” Malloy declared.
Even the left-wing Hoover – who hates Donald Trump and sympathizes with the resistance – was appalled.
She tweeted in response to CNN’s Jake Tapper sharing her interview, “If you are vigorously defending allegations of anti-semitism, seems like affirming Israel’s right to exist would be a no-brainer. Unfortunately, that’s not what happened.”
Mallory also landed in hot water for praising racist and anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
The Women’s March Co-President referred to Farrakhan as the ‘Greatest of All Time’ on social media.
Mallory appeared on The View and claimed she championed the bigoted Farrakhan because of what he did in the Black Community.
“I didn’t call him the Greatest of All Time because of his rhetoric,” Mallory declared “I called him the Greatest of All Time because of what he’s done in black communities.”
The revelation that the Women’s March was a front for anti-Semitic bigots took its toll on the event.
In 2017, hundreds of thousands of protesters descended on Washington to kick off the resistance to Donald Trump.
The fake news media hailed the march as a cultural happening that proved America hated Donald Trump and wanted him removed from office.
Fast forward two years and the crowd barely reached a measly 10,000.
No wonder Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez fled in horror when confronted with the truth about the Women’s March.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.