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Ocasio-Cortez Gives Her Support To Anti-Police Protesters With 'Punch A Cop' Signs

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New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez consistently sides with the people who stand against morality and the American way.
And she did it again on Saturday after a group of anti-police protesters broke the law and skipped over New York City subway turnstiles en masse.
“Ending mass incarceration means challenging a system that jails the poor to free the rich,” the 29-yea-old said.
“Arresting people who can’t afford a $2.75 fare makes no one safer and destabilizes our community,” she said.
“New Yorkers know that, they’re not having it, and they’re standing up for each other,” she said in a comment on Twitter.
Ending mass incarceration means challenging a system that jails the poor to free the rich.

Arresting people who can’t afford a $2.75 fare makes no one safer and destabilizes our community.

New Yorkers know that, they’re not having it, and they’re standing up for each other. https://t.co/asvidIe5zV
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) November 2, 2019
A United States representative says if you cannot afford something you should steal and police should not arrest you if it is not expensive.
And the fact is it is also a United States representative lending her support to a mob action against the police.
“No cops, no fares,” the protesters shouted as they helped each other to steal free rides on the New York City subway.

“How do you spell racist? N-Y-P-D,” other protesters in the video that Rep. Ocasio-Cortez praised were chanting.
There were other photos and videos from the protest that she has supported who were holding signs that said “Punch that cop!” “Don’t let these pigs touch us.”
“F—k NYPD and NYPD KKK,” was written on the subway car by some of the protesters. But still the New York representative supported it.
“They were banging on the bus, and then a kid with a white mask and a hoodie … used a marker to mark the bus, one of the passengers said.
“I’m not gonna lie, it was scary,” another passenger said in an interview after the protest, in an interview with the New York Post.

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