They were furious about her lies, so they did this…
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made some damning claims against the men and women of the Border Patrol this week.
She claimed that they sexually harassed and threatened her and that they had migrant women drinking water from toilets.
The Border Patrol was incensed at that accusations and fired back by claiming that she had threatened them, but now there is more.
The Arizona Border Patrol made her look as ridiculous as her claims are with a video tour of their facility that proved she lied.
“Here is a look at the inside of a #BorderPatrol processing center with Chief Patrol Agent of #TucsonSector Roy Villareal,” it said in a tweet, The Daily Caller reported.
— CBP Arizona (@CBPArizona) July 4, 2019
CBP Arizona Chief Patrol Agent Roy Villareal, saying that his intent was “to dispel some of the misinformation that’s out there,” was careful to point out many of the things Ocasio-Cortez and others had claimed that detainees did not have, such as clean diapers, clean clothing, snacks and toothbrushes.
It followed a barrage of attack by Rep. Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter and in interviews in which she disparaged the American heroes.
“The GOP has supported building mass concentration camps on the southern border. Kids & families are dying.
“Now they want money for more – w/ ZERO negotiation on how $ is spent. We can’t do that. They‘ve shown that when they get more money, they build more camps. #CloseTheCamps,” she said before Congress did vote to give President Donald trump funds for the border.
“Reminder this admin is CHOOSING to round up refugees seeking asylum, fighting to not give children toothpaste or soap & making people sleep on dirt floors.
“They say it’s bc of a lack of 💰. You know what saves money? Not putting masses of people in internment in the first place,” she said.
Ocasio-Cortez followed her criticism on border conditions with a “no” vote on a humanitarian aid bill, arguing that support for the Senate’s version of the bill would only give the administration incentive to “build more camps.”
Src: The Federalist Papers