Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) can’t pass up an opportunity to spout her anti-gun views, even when they don’t apply. She even claims “thoughts and prayers” come from the National Rifle Association (NRA). What does that have to do with the New Zealand mosque massacre?

Dems love to vilify the NRA even when they shouldn’t be in the conversation. AOC, this is a tragedy. The families of those killed would appreciate your thoughts and prayers. De-politicize for a moment and give reverence to those killed. Just because it didn’t happen in your safe little bubble, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.

This is the latest unscripted tweets of AOC:

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That is a response you may come to expect from a soulless heathen. A response that belies the underlying problem in society today. That is an absence of God in people’s lives. Ships with no rudders on a stormy sea.

How many armed federal agents was she surrounded with when she tweeted this?

What good are thoughts and prayers if they can’t keep your pews safe?

Thoughts are indicative of compassion if something bad happens to me, and a friend across the country cares enough to be compassionate, it does help me. If someone doesn’t care but wants to use my misfortune to make a political point, that is even more uncaring than most; it sees my misfortune as a good thing for their political ambitions. AOC, go away. Get a job at Amazon and start earning your money.

This woman is such a self-righteous kook. She loves the notoriety more than anything. So I guess she has no thoughts or prayers for anyone hurt by such an event. I’m not religious, but I still feel for the people and the families of innocents killed by senseless violence.

My thoughts and prayers go out to AOC to gain the wisdom to recognize the face of terrorism when it occurs.

I guess I should pray for her to seek wisdom, for her to gain it, but I’m not sure I have that much faith.

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