AOC Goes Off On AIPAC: 'They Are An Extremist Organization'

Chris Menahan
Nov. 01, 2023

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) went off on AIPAC on Tuesday, labeling the pro-Israel lobbying group an "extremist organization" that "destabilizes US democracy."

She made the comments in response to AIPAC smearing Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) as an anti-Semite for not wanting America to fund Israel's wars.

"AIPAC endorsed scores of Jan 6th insurrectionists. They are no friend to American democracy," AOC said. "They are one of the more racist and bigoted PACs in Congress as well, who disproportionately target members of color. They are an extremist organization that destabilizes US democracy."

She retweeted this post from Justice Democrats:

And she also retweeted this post from Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI):

"Rep @MarkPocan is right," AOC said in a follow-up post on Wednesday. "It is past time for us to recognize how toxic of a presence AIPAC has been in our political system. They actively boost candidates who tried to overthrow the US election & run smear campaigns on members of Congress who stand up for human rights. Enough."

AIPAC criticized Pocan for "singling AIPAC out":

They also attacked AOC once again.

"@AOC and the Squad summed up: People who disagree with us are racist," AIPAC -- who labels everyone who disagrees with them anti-Semites -- said.

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