Jeff Flake's Elevator Protester To Be AOC's SOTU Guest

Jeff Flake's Elevator Protester To Be AOC's SOTU Guest

Ocasio-Cortez likens democratic socialism, which she subscribes to, to Scandinavian social democracy.

Ocasio-Cortez is not old enough to run for president of the United States - but a recent poll found that almost three-quarters of Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters, and 30 percent of Republicans between ages 18 to 34, would consider casting a ballot for her if she were able to launch a White House bid. Crenshaw tweeted, after the New England Patriots won yet another Super Bowl.

Following the confrontation, Flake called on Republicans to delay the vote and allow the FBI to investigate the allegations for one week. He is the 69-year-old leftwing veteran who has remade the British Labour party in his image; she is a freshman member of Congress who has electrified the progressive movement in the United States.

"Thank you for bringing this to me", replied Ocasio-Cortez to Nehorai.

During the encounter with Flake in September, Archila and another woman held an elevator open that Flake was attempting to use and confronted him over his support for Kavanaugh, as The Daily Wire reported at the time. "(State of the Union?)" she tweeted back.

"We can not and will not move forward without deep fellowship and leadership with the Jewish community", she said.

Archila and another woman, Maria Gallagher, made a decision to go to Flake's office, where they saw his statement of support for Kavanaugh after the judge and Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) in an elevator in an effort to dissuade him from voting for the confirmation of then-U.S. He ultimately voted to confirm Kavanaugh anyway. Just as she does with the parent group, Archila serves as co-executive director at the Center for Popular Democracy Action Fund.

"I am sad that the Supreme Court is tainted by a process that puts someone accused of sexual assault in the highest court of the land", Archuila said.

Tablet journalist Yair Rosenberg wrote, "Imagine that 85% of Muslims polled said they thought a particular European leader was Islamophobic".

'I didn't tell anyone, and you're telling all women that they don't matter, that they should just stay quiet because if they tell you what happened to them you are going to ignore them'.

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